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Summary: Cisco (NASDAQ:CSCO) credits YouTube for popularizing video as a communications tool among individuals; now they want to capitalize on the trend with a similar offering geared for businesses. Through its advanced technologies business Digital Media Systems, Cisco is launching today media manager software and video encoders. Cisco anticipates annual revenue from DMS of $1 billion over the next 5-7 years. Wainhouse Research analyst Ira Weinstein says the business video market could grow at an annual clip of 30%, and believes Cisco has an advantage with its name recognition.
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