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Cisco targets a $900B TAM by 2025

Cisco Cisco executives on Wednesday outlined the strategic pillars that will drive forward its business over the next four years, forecasting revenue and earnings growth of 5% to 7% through 2025.  At the 2021 Investor Day, the company said it’s targeting a $400 billion total addressable market (TAM) in existing ...

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Aruba partners with MLS franchise for digitized stadium in Cincinnati

Aruba announced a new partnership with Cincinnati-based Major League Soccer franchise FC Cincinnati that will see the company outfit the team’s 26,000-seat TQL Stadium with its edge services platform network.  The facility is fully digitized and designed to be entirely cashless, leveraging a slate of wired and wireless Aruba products.  ...

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Google's 'Grace Hopper' undersea cable just landed in the UK

Dubbed Grace Hopper, the subsea cable uses new optical fiber switching to boost capacity. Image: Google Google has completed the UK leg of its private trans-Atlantic subsea cable connecting the US, the UK and Spain, offering it more secure connections than what’s available on the public internet.  Dubbed Grace Hopper ...

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Best travel VPN 2021

Of all the situations you might find yourself in when using a VPN, perhaps the one where your VPN is at its most mission critical is when you’re traveling. When you’re away from home, you’re dependent on whatever communication infrastructure exists where you are. That might be a solid, secure ...

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Aussie Broadband to raise AU$114 million for M&A action

Image: Aussie Broadband Aussie Broadband announced on Wednesday it would raise AU$114 million via an institutional placement. Making good on its statement in its recent results that the company expected to make one acquisition in the first half of FY22, the company said the money would be used to “support ...

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NBN open to creating prepaid plans with telcos

National Broadband Network CEO Stephen Rue told an Australian Communications Consumer Action Network (ACCAN) conference on Wednesday that the broadband wholesaler is open to the idea of consumers being able to purchase a prepaid NBN plan. “We sell our services through retailers, and we’d be very happy to work with ...

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