Cisco expects revenue boost from new core router system

06/13/2013 | Reuters · Network World

Cisco Systems says it's enhancing its core routers for the Internet with a higher-capacity system called CRS-X, which it said will help service providers meet demand for 10G, 40G and 100G Ethernet applications without having to swap in new hardware. The network-gear-maker says CRS-X will drive a 25% boost in revenue in the next two years. "The CRS-X is the innovation we need to cross the $10 billion barrier," Cisco's Stephen Liu says.

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