Cisco's (CSCO) enterprise switching share hit a new low of 64% (down 200 bps Q/Q) in Q2, says...
Tuesday, August 28, 2012, 6:51 PM ETCisco's (CSCO) enterprise switching share hit a new low of 64% (down 200 bps Q/Q) in Q2, says Nomura. Share declines in the low-end 100Mbps and 1Gbps segments, which are becoming commodotized, played a role. H-P (HPQ), whose networking ops have been an area of strength for an otherwise weak enterprise hardware business, gained share at Cisco's expense, while Dell's (DELL) Force10 unit, which is focused on the growing 10-gig segment, grew off a small base.
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