Two of Cisco’s biggest competitors quietly kicked it in the teeth this week

Published by: JULIE BORT
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While the tech world was stunned by Cisco’s surprise $3.7 billion purchase of AppDynamics this week right before AppDynamics had its IPO, that’s only part of the drama around Cisco this week.
The other part was how Cisco was quietly kicked in the teeth in its bread-and-butter network hardware market, by a damning report on sales of its flagship networking software product and news from rivals VMware and Facebook.

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