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Cisco Systems Revenue, EBIT, Net Income

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Revenue, EBIT and Profit

Understanding Revenue, EBIT, and Income

Gain insights into Cisco Systems, a comprehensive overview of its financial performance can be obtained by analyzing the Revenue, EBIT, and Income chart. Revenue represents the total income generated by Cisco Systems from its primary operations, showcasing the company’s ability to attract and retain clients. EBIT, or Earnings Before Interest and Taxes, indicates the company’s operational profitability, free from the influence of tax and interest expenses. The Income section reflects Cisco Systems’s net earnings, an ultimate measure of its financial health and profitability.

Yearly Analysis and Comparisons

Observe the yearly bars to understand the annual performance and growth of Cisco Systems. Compare the Revenue, EBIT, and Income to evaluate the company’s efficiency and profitability. A higher EBIT compared to the previous year suggests an improvement in operational efficiency. Likewise, an increase in Income indicates enhanced overall profitability. Analyzing the year-to-year comparison assists investors in understanding the company’s growth trajectory and operational efficiency.

Utilizing Expectations for Investment

The expected values for the forthcoming years offer investors a glimpse into Cisco Systems’s anticipated financial performance. Analyzing these projections alongside historical data aids in making informed investment decisions. Investors can gauge the potential risks and returns, aligning their investment strategies accordingly to optimize profitability and mitigate risks.

Investment Insights

Leveraging the comparison between Revenue and EBIT helps in assessing Cisco Systems’s operational efficiency, while the Revenue and Income comparison reveals the net profitability after accounting for all expenses. Investors can derive valuable insights by meticulously analyzing these financial parameters, laying the foundation for strategic investment decisions aimed at capitalizing on Cisco Systems’s growth potential.

Cisco Systems Revenue, EBIT and net profit per share

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202251.56 B undefined14.03 B undefined11.81 B undefined
202149.82 B undefined13.74 B undefined10.59 B undefined
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201951.9 B undefined14.5 B undefined11.62 B undefined
201849.33 B undefined12.71 B undefined110 M undefined
201748.01 B undefined12.74 B undefined9.61 B undefined
201649.25 B undefined12.96 B undefined10.74 B undefined
201549.16 B undefined11.25 B undefined8.98 B undefined
201447.14 B undefined9.76 B undefined7.85 B undefined
201348.61 B undefined11.3 B undefined9.98 B undefined
201246.06 B undefined10.38 B undefined8.04 B undefined
201143.22 B undefined8.7 B undefined6.49 B undefined
201040.04 B undefined9.19 B undefined7.77 B undefined
200936.12 B undefined7.48 B undefined6.13 B undefined
200839.54 B undefined9.45 B undefined8.05 B undefined
200734.92 B undefined8.7 B undefined7.33 B undefined
200628.48 B undefined7.09 B undefined5.58 B undefined
200524.8 B undefined7.44 B undefined5.74 B undefined
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Cisco Systems Income Statement, Balance Sheet, Cash Flow Statement

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Revenue and Growth

The Cisco Systems Revenue and Revenue Growth are pivotal to understanding the company's financial health and operational efficiency. A consistent increase in revenue indicates a company’s ability to effectively market and sell its products or services, while the revenue growth percentage offers insights into the pace at which the company is expanding over the years.

Gross Margin

The Gross Margin is a crucial metric that showcases the percentage of revenue exceeding the cost of goods sold (COGS). A higher gross margin is indicative of a company’s efficiency in controlling its production costs, thereby promising potential profitability and financial stability.

EBIT and EBIT Margin

EBIT (Earnings Before Interest and Taxes) and EBIT Margin offer deep insights into a company’s profitability, excluding the impacts of interest and taxes. Investors often assess these metrics to gauge the operational efficiency and inherent profitability of a business, separate from its financial structure and tax environment.

Income and Growth

Net Income and its subsequent growth are quintessential for investors looking to understand a company’s profitability. Consistent income growth underscores a company’s ability to enhance its profitability over time, reflecting operational efficiency, strategic competitiveness, and financial health.

Shares Outstanding

Shares outstanding refer to the total number of shares a company has issued. It's instrumental in calculating key metrics like Earnings Per Share (EPS) which is pivotal for investors to evaluate a company’s profitability on a per-share basis, offering a more granular view of financial health and valuation.

Interpreting Year to Year Comparison

Comparing yearly data allows investors to identify trends, assess the company’s growth, and anticipate potential future performance. Analyzing how metrics like revenue, income, and margins change year over year can provide valuable insights into the company’s operational efficiency, competitiveness, and overall financial health.

Expectations and Predictions

Investors often juxtapose the current and past financial data with the market’s expectations. This comparison aids in assessing whether the Cisco Systems is performing as anticipated, underperforming or outperforming the market predictions, providing pivotal data for investment decisions.

 
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Balance Sheet

Understanding the Balance Sheet

The balance sheet of Cisco Systems provides a detailed financial snapshot, revealing the company's assets, liabilities, and equity at a specific point in time. Analyzing these components is crucial for investors looking to understand Cisco Systems's financial health and stability.

Assets

Cisco Systems's assets represent everything the company owns or controls that has monetary value. These are categorized into current and non-current assets, offering insights into the company's liquidity and long-term investments.

Liabilities

Liabilities are obligations that Cisco Systems must settle in the future. Analyzing the ratio of liabilities to assets provides insights into the company's financial leverage and risk exposure.

Equity

Equity refers to the residual interest in the assets of Cisco Systems after deducting liabilities. It represents the owners’ claim on the company’s assets and earnings.

Year-to-Year Analysis

Comparing balance sheet figures year-to-year allows investors to identify trends, growth patterns, and potential financial risks, facilitating informed investment decisions.

Interpreting the Data

Detailed analysis of assets, liabilities, and equity can provide investors with comprehensive insights into Cisco Systems's financial standing, aiding in investment evaluations and risk assessments.

 
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Cisco Systems stock margins

The Cisco Systems margin analysis displays the gross margin, EBIT margin, as well as the profit margin of Cisco Systems. The EBIT margin (EBIT/sales) indicates the percentage of sales that remains as operating profit. The profit margin shows the percentage of sales that remains for Cisco Systems.
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Margin

Understanding Gross Margin

The gross margin, expressed as a percentage, delineates the gross profit made from the Cisco Systems's sales revenue. A higher gross margin percentage indicates that the Cisco Systems retains more revenue after accounting for the costs of goods sold. Investors use this metric to gauge financial health and operational efficiency, as well as to compare it with competitors and industry averages.

EBIT Margin Analysis

EBIT margin represents the Cisco Systems's earnings before interest and taxes. Analyzing the EBIT margin over different years provides insights into the operational profitability and efficiency, excluding the effects of financial leverage and tax structure. A growing EBIT margin over the years signifies improving operational performance.

Revenue Margin Insights

The revenue margin demonstrates the Cisco Systems's total revenue generated. When comparing the revenue margin year over year, investors can gauge the Cisco Systems's growth and market expansion. It is essential to compare the revenue margin with the gross and EBIT margins to understand the cost and profit structures better.

Interpreting Expectations

The expected values for gross, EBIT, and revenue margins provide future financial outlook of the Cisco Systems. Investors should compare these expectations with historical data to understand potential growth and risk factors. It is crucial to consider the underlying assumptions and methodologies used in projecting these expected values to make informed investment decisions.

Comparative Analysis

Comparing the gross, EBIT, and revenue margins, both yearly and over multiple years, enables investors to perform a comprehensive analysis of the Cisco Systems's financial health and growth prospects. Evaluating the trends and patterns in these margins helps in identifying strengths, weaknesses, and potential investment opportunities.

Cisco Systems Margin History

Cisco Systems Gross marginCisco Systems Profit marginCisco Systems EBIT marginCisco Systems Profit margin
2028e62.73 %0 %28.26 %
2027e62.73 %34.03 %30.38 %
2027e62.73 %33.49 %26.96 %
2026e62.73 %33.27 %26.92 %
2026e62.73 %34.13 %29.41 %
2025e62.73 %32.58 %25.69 %
2024e62.73 %34.09 %27.8 %
202362.73 %27.35 %22.13 %
202262.55 %27.2 %22.91 %
202164.02 %27.58 %21.26 %
202064.26 %28.59 %22.75 %
201962.94 %27.94 %22.39 %
201862.04 %25.76 %0.22 %
201762.96 %26.54 %20.02 %
201662.87 %26.32 %21.81 %
201560.38 %22.89 %18.27 %
201458.91 %20.71 %16.66 %
201360.57 %23.25 %20.54 %
201261.24 %22.54 %17.46 %
201161.55 %20.13 %15.02 %
201064.04 %22.96 %19.4 %
200963.94 %20.71 %16.98 %
200864.1 %23.89 %20.36 %
200763.74 %24.92 %21 %
200665.82 %24.88 %19.59 %
200567.22 %30.01 %23.15 %
200468.61 %28.56 %19.96 %

Cisco Systems Stock Sales Revenue, EBIT, Earnings per Share

The Cisco Systems earnings per share therefore indicates how much revenue Cisco Systems has generated per share in a given period. The earnings before interest and taxes per share shows how much of the operating profit corresponds to each share. The earnings per share indicates how much of the profit belongs to each share.
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Revenue Per Share

Revenue per share represents the total revenue Cisco Systems earns, divided by the number of outstanding shares. It is a crucial metric as it reflects the company's ability to generate sales and signifies growth and expansion potential. Comparing yearly revenue per share allows investors to analyze the consistency in a company’s earnings and predict future trends.

EBIT Per Share

EBIT per share indicates Cisco Systems's earning before interest and taxes, offering insights into operational profitability excluding the effects of capital structure and tax rates. It can be juxtaposed against revenue per share to gauge the efficiency in converting sales into profits. A consistent increase in EBIT per share over the years underscores operational efficiency and profitability.

Income Per Share

Income per share, or earnings per share (EPS), reveals the portion of Cisco Systems’s profit allocated to each share of common stock. It’s instrumental in evaluating the profitability and financial health. By comparing it with revenue and EBIT per share, investors discern how effectively a firm translates sales and operational profits into net income.

Expected Values

Expected values are projections of revenue, EBIT, and income per share for forthcoming years. These anticipations, rooted in historical data and market analysis, aid investors in strategizing their investments, evaluating Cisco Systems's prospective performance, and estimating future stock prices. However, it’s pivotal to consider market volatilities and uncertainties that can influence these projections.

Cisco Systems Revenue, EBIT and net profit per share

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Cisco Systems business model

Cisco Systems, Inc. is a US-based company that specializes in the development and production of network technology. It was founded in 1984 by Leonard Bosack and Sandy Lerner, both former employees of Stanford University. The primary goal at the time was to create a way to connect and communicate between computers. Over the years, the company has established itself as a leading provider of network hardware, software, and services. Cisco's business strategy is based on building and improving IT infrastructures for companies of all sizes. Their products range from switches and routers to video, voice, and telepresence solutions. In the early days, Cisco specialized in the development of network hardware such as routers and switches. Routers route data packets across multiple networks and ensure that each connection is secure and efficient. Switches, on the other hand, are devices that connect many devices in a network and distribute the transmission of data. Over the years, Cisco has greatly expanded its product range and now also offers software solutions for network management and security products. Cisco is divided into various business areas to offer a wide range of network products and services. Its key business areas include routing and switching, which was the most important product line in the company's early days, as well as the collaboration line, which focuses on unified communications solutions and telepresence solutions, and the data center business, which reflects Cisco's presence in the virtual world. One of the company's most recent business areas is the cybersecurity business, in which Cisco increasingly focuses on network and data security. Another important feature of Cisco is its variety of products that focus on different industries and use cases, ranging from large corporations to small offices and households. For example, the company offers a variety of wireless device solutions that can be used for branch offices, factory locations, and wireless guest networks. Cisco not only provides physical devices such as routers and switches for network communication, but also offers software solutions that assist in managing data networks. Network management software like Cisco Prime Infrastructure allows network administrators to better monitor and possibly optimize the network. Access management software like Cisco Identity Services Engine (ISE) helps define and control access rights for users within the network. Overall, Cisco Systems, Inc. has become one of the key pillars in the IT industry. The company has established its presence in various industries and is present in many countries around the world. Cisco is committed to advancing its technology to remain innovative and competitive and to meet the growing demands of its customers. Cisco Systems, Inc. is a US-based company specializing in network technology development and production. It was founded in 1984 by Leonard Bosack and Sandy Lerner, both former employees of Stanford University. The initial goal was to create a way to network and communicate computers. In the following years, the company established itself as a leading provider of network hardware, software, and services. Cisco's business strategy is based on building and improving IT infrastructures for companies of all sizes. Their products range from switches and routers to video, voice, and telepresence solutions. During its early years, Cisco focused on the development of network hardware, such as routers and switches. Routers forward data packets across multiple networks, ensuring secure and efficient connections. Switches, on the other hand, connect multiple devices within a network and distribute data transmission. Over the years, Cisco expanded its product range, now offering software solutions for network management and security products. Cisco is divided into various business units to offer a wide range of network products and services. Key areas include routing and switching, the company's primary product line in its early years, as well as collaboration, focusing on unified communication and telepresence solutions, and the data center business, reflecting Cisco's presence in the virtual world. One of Cisco's recent business units is cybersecurity, where the company increasingly focuses on network and data security. Another important aspect of Cisco is its diverse range of products that cater to different industries and applications, from large corporations to small offices and households. For example, the company offers various wireless device solutions for branch offices, factories, and guest networks. In addition to physical devices like routers and switches, Cisco also provides software solutions to assist in data network management. Network management software, such as Cisco Prime Infrastructure, allows network administrators to monitor and potentially optimize networks. Access management software, such as Cisco Identity Services Engine (ISE), helps define and control user access rights within the network. Over the years, Cisco has made several acquisitions of well-known companies in the tech industry, such as Sourcefire, Umbrella, and Duo Security. Another example is the acquisition of BroadSoft, a cloud-based provider of communication applications. These acquisitions aim to expand Cisco's portfolio and offer a wider range of products and services to customers. Overall, Cisco Systems, Inc. has become one of the key players in the IT industry. The company has established a presence in various industries and operates in many countries worldwide. Cisco is committed to further developing its technology to remain innovative and competitive, meeting the growing demands of its customers. Cisco Systems is one of the most popular companies on Eulerpool.com.

Cisco Systems revenue by segment

In the annual report of the Cisco Systems share (US17275R1023, 878841, CSCO), it breaks down its revenues into 4 segments: 1. Infrastructure Plattforms, 2. Services, 3. Applications, 4. Security. The Cisco Systems stock (WKN: 878841, ISIN: US17275R1023, Ticker Symbol: CSCO) is a leading investment for investors interested in participating in the N/A sector.

  • 55 % Infrastructure Plattforms

  • 27 % Services

  • 11 % Applications

  • 7 % Security

Cisco Systems SWOT Analysis

Strengths

Cisco Systems, Inc. is a market leader in the networking and communications industry, renowned for its advanced technology solutions and innovative product offerings. The company has a strong brand presence and a vast customer base worldwide, including a large number of government and enterprise clients.

Cisco has a robust portfolio of products and services, encompassing networking equipment, cybersecurity solutions, collaboration tools, and cloud services. Its extensive product range allows the company to cater to diverse customer needs and maintain a competitive edge.

Furthermore, Cisco benefits from a strong research and development (R&D) division, enabling continuous technological advancements and successful product launches. The company also has a well-established sales and distribution network, which aids in reaching customers globally.

Weaknesses

One potential weakness for Cisco is its dependence on a few key suppliers and contract manufacturers. Any disruptions or deficiencies in the supply chain could impact production and delivery schedules, potentially leading to customer dissatisfaction.

Another weakness is the vulnerability of Cisco's products to rapid technological changes and evolving customer demands. The company needs to consistently invest in R&D and keep pace with emerging trends to stay competitive in the highly dynamic tech industry.

Additionally, Cisco faces certain challenges in diversifying its business beyond traditional networking and communication services. Expanding into new markets or acquiring companies in unrelated domains may require significant investments and strategic execution to ensure success.

Opportunities

The increasing global demand for improved connectivity and the growth of emerging technologies like Internet of Things (IoT) present significant opportunities for Cisco. The company can capitalize on these trends by developing and offering solutions tailored to specific industries and customers.

Cisco can also explore strategic partnerships or acquisitions to expand its service offerings and enter new markets. Collaboration with other technology leaders or entering emerging markets can enhance Cisco's competitive position and enable it to tap into untapped customer segments.

Furthermore, the shift towards cloud-based services and the rising importance of cybersecurity create avenues for Cisco to deliver advanced network security solutions and cloud-based infrastructure services.

Threats

One major threat to Cisco is intense competition in the networking and communication industry. Any advancements made by competitors or the entry of new disruptive players could impact Cisco's market share and profitability.

Another significant threat is the potential for cybersecurity breaches and data privacy concerns, which can significantly harm Cisco's reputation and customer trust. The company needs to continuously invest in robust security measures to protect its products and customers' sensitive information.

Moreover, global economic uncertainties, geopolitical tensions, and regulatory changes pose risks to Cisco's operations, as they can impact customer spending patterns, production costs, and international trade policies.

Cisco Systems historical P/E ratio, EBIT, and P/S ratio.

Cisco Systems shares outstanding

The number of shares was Cisco Systems in 2023 — This indicates how many shares 4.105 B is divided into. Since shareholders are the owners of a company, each share represents a small portion of the company's ownership.
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Revenue, EBIT and Earnings per share

Revenue Per Share

Revenue per share represents the total revenue Cisco Systems earns, divided by the number of outstanding shares. It is a crucial metric as it reflects the company's ability to generate sales and signifies growth and expansion potential. Comparing yearly revenue per share allows investors to analyze the consistency in a company’s earnings and predict future trends.

EBIT Per Share

EBIT per share indicates Cisco Systems's earning before interest and taxes, offering insights into operational profitability excluding the effects of capital structure and tax rates. It can be juxtaposed against revenue per share to gauge the efficiency in converting sales into profits. A consistent increase in EBIT per share over the years underscores operational efficiency and profitability.

Income Per Share

Income per share, or earnings per share (EPS), reveals the portion of Cisco Systems’s profit allocated to each share of common stock. It’s instrumental in evaluating the profitability and financial health. By comparing it with revenue and EBIT per share, investors discern how effectively a firm translates sales and operational profits into net income.

Expected Values

Expected values are projections of revenue, EBIT, and income per share for forthcoming years. These anticipations, rooted in historical data and market analysis, aid investors in strategizing their investments, evaluating Cisco Systems's prospective performance, and estimating future stock prices. However, it’s pivotal to consider market volatilities and uncertainties that can influence these projections.

Cisco Systems Stock splits

In Cisco Systems's history, there have been no stock splits.

Cisco Systems dividend history and estimates

In 2023, Cisco Systems paid a dividend amounting to 1.55 USD. Dividend means that Cisco Systems distributes a portion of its profits to its owners.
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Dividend Overview

The dividend per year chart for Cisco Systems provides a comprehensive view of the annual dividends distributed to shareholders. Analyze the trend to understand the consistency and growth in dividend payouts over the years.

Interpretation and Use

A consistent or increasing trend in dividends can indicate the company's profitability and financial health. Investors can use this data to identify Cisco Systems’s potential for long-term investment and income generation through dividends.

Investment Strategy

Incorporate the dividend data in evaluating Cisco Systems's overall performance. A thorough analysis, considering other financial aspects, will help in making informed investment decisions for optimal capital growth and income generation.

Cisco Systems Dividend History

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Cisco Systems dividend payout ratio

In 2023, Cisco Systems had a payout ratio of 55.5%. The payout ratio indicates the percentage of the company's profits that Cisco Systems distributes as dividends.
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What is Yearly Payout Ratio?

The yearly payout ratio for Cisco Systems represents the proportion of earnings paid out as dividends to shareholders. It is an indicator of the company's financial health and stability, illustrating how much profit is being returned to investors versus being reinvested back into the company.

How to Interpret the Data

A lower payout ratio for Cisco Systems could mean that the company is reinvesting more into its growth, whereas a higher ratio indicates more earnings are being distributed as dividends. Investors seeking regular income might prefer companies with a higher payout ratio, while those looking for growth may opt for companies with a lower ratio.

Using the Data for Investments

Evaluate Cisco Systems's payout ratio in conjunction with other financial metrics and performance indicators. A sustainable payout ratio, coupled with strong financial health, can indicate a reliable dividend payout. However, a very high ratio might suggest the company is not sufficiently reinvesting in its future growth.

Cisco Systems Payout Ratio History

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2028e55.41 %
2027e55.43 %
2027e55.32 %
2026e55.48 %
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2024e55.95 %
202355.5 %
202253.55 %
202158.8 %
202054.17 %
201953.08 %
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201759.47 %
201646.92 %
201546.86 %
201462.42 %
201336.56 %
201233.56 %
201115.38 %
201055.5 %
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Unfortunately, there are currently no price targets and forecasts available for Cisco Systems.

Cisco Systems latest earnings and earnings surprises

DateEPS EstimateEPS ActualQuarterly report
6/30/20240.84 0.88  (4.65 %)2024 Q3
3/31/20240.85 0.87  (1.87 %)2024 Q2
12/31/20231.05 1.11  (5.57 %)2024 Q1
9/30/20231.08 1.14  (5.56 %)2023 Q4
6/30/20230.99 (0.85 %)2023 Q3
3/31/20230.87 0.88  (0.89 %)2023 Q2
12/31/20220.85 0.86  (0.79 %)2023 Q1
9/30/20220.83 0.83  (-0.3 %)2022 Q4
6/30/20220.88 0.87  (-1.11 %)2022 Q3
3/31/20220.82 0.84  (1.88 %)2022 Q2
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Eulerpool ESG Scorecard© for the Cisco Systems stock

Eulerpool World ESG Rating (EESG©)

94/ 100

🌱 Environment

99

👫 Social

99

🏛️ Governance

83

Environment

Scope 1 - Direct Emissions
34,264
Scope 2 - Indirect emissions from purchased energy
563,944
Scope 3 - Indirect emissions within the value chain
21,221,553
Total CO₂ emissions
598,208
CO₂ reduction strategy
Coal energy
Nuclear power
Animal experiments
Fur & Leather
Pesticides
Palm Oil
Tobacco
Genetically modified organisms
Climate concept
Sustainable forestry
Recycling regulations
Environmentally friendly packaging
Hazardous substances
Fuel consumption and efficiency
Water consumption and efficiency

Social

Percentage of female employees29
Percentage of women in management
Percentage of Asian employees34.6
Share of Asian management31
Percentage of Hispanic/Latino employees6.6
Hispano/Latino Management share5.6
Percentage of Black employees5.5
Black Management Share3.6
Percentage of white employees50.9
White Management Share58
Adult content
Alcohol
Weapons
Firearms
Gambling
Military contracts
Human rights concept
Privacy concept
Occupational health and safety
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Governance (Corporate Governance)

Environmental reporting
Stakeholder Engagement
Call Back Policies
Antitrust law

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Cisco Systems list of shareholders

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9.48 % The Vanguard Group, Inc.382,126,856211,94912/31/2023
5.57 % BlackRock Institutional Trust Company, N.A.224,400,4626,751,04312/31/2023
4.81 % State Street Global Advisors (US)193,665,9468,877,69312/31/2023
2.16 % Geode Capital Management, L.L.C.86,887,7811,243,57012/31/2023
1.89 % Invesco Capital Management (QQQ Trust)76,075,928-591,7393/31/2024
1.82 % Charles Schwab Investment Management, Inc.73,439,7476,345,95412/31/2023
1.24 % Norges Bank Investment Management (NBIM)50,058,1687,472,50312/31/2023
1.21 % Fidelity Management & Research Company LLC48,773,391-2,129,89112/31/2023
1.17 % Wellington Management Company, LLP47,195,8363,314,33012/31/2023
1.12 % Legal & General Investment Management Ltd.45,217,66811,552,69412/31/2023
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Cisco Systems Executives and Management Board

Mr. Charles Robbins57
Cisco Systems Chairman of the Board, Chief Executive Officer (since 2012)
Compensation 31.84 M
Mr. R. Scott Herren61
Cisco Systems Chief Financial Officer, Executive Vice President
Compensation 17.55 M
Ms. Maria Martinez65
Cisco Systems Chief Operating Officer, Executive Vice President
Compensation 15.1 M
Mr. Jeffery Sharritts55
Cisco Systems Executive Vice President, Chief Customer and Partner Officer
Compensation 11.41 M
Ms. Deborah Stahlkopf53
Cisco Systems Executive Vice President, Chief Legal Officer
Compensation 10.24 M
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Cisco Systems Supply Chain

NameRelationshipTwo-week correlationOne-month correlationThree-Month CorrelationSix-Month CorrelationOne Year CorrelationTwo-Year Correlation
SupplierCustomer--0,310,690,710,690,61
SupplierCustomer--0,30-0,58-0,58-0,35-
SupplierCustomer0,970,900,660,800,580,80
SupplierCustomer0,950,890,900,780,140,20
SupplierCustomer0,950,72-0,67-0,37-0,19-0,79
SupplierCustomer0,950,910,860,940,830,85
SupplierCustomer0,940,850,66-0,49-0,270,78
Tata Consultancy Services Stock
Tata Consultancy Services
SupplierCustomer0,940,850,730,580,380,80
SupplierCustomer0,930,930,38-0,62-0,420,80
Infosys Stock
Infosys
SupplierCustomer0,920,820,840,760,640,85
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Most common questions regarding Cisco Systems

What values and corporate philosophy does Cisco Systems represent?

Cisco Systems, Inc. is a multinational technology company that represents values and a corporate philosophy centered around innovation, collaboration, and customer satisfaction. Cisco believes in transforming the way people work, live, play, and learn through the power of technology. With a strong commitment to creating solutions that provide secure and reliable connectivity, Cisco strives to empower individuals and organizations to achieve their goals while addressing global challenges. The company's dedication to inclusion, diversity, and sustainability further reinforces its corporate philosophy. Through its cutting-edge networking and cybersecurity products, Cisco Systems, Inc. continues to shape the future of technology and leverage its expertise to drive positive change worldwide.

In which countries and regions is Cisco Systems primarily present?

Cisco Systems, Inc. is primarily present in numerous countries and regions worldwide. It has a strong global presence and operates in several key markets. Some of the countries and regions where Cisco Systems, Inc. has a significant presence include the United States, Canada, Europe, the Asia-Pacific region, Latin America, and the Middle East. With its extensive network of partners and customers, Cisco Systems, Inc. has established itself as a leading provider of networking solutions and technologies globally.

What significant milestones has the company Cisco Systems achieved?

Cisco Systems, Inc. has achieved several significant milestones throughout its history. The company pioneered the concept of local area networks (LANs) and played a crucial role in expanding the internet's reach. Cisco introduced the first multi-protocol router, leading to the development of the modern internet. Additionally, the company revolutionized the telecommunications industry with its VoIP technology, enabling voice communication over the internet. Cisco Systems, Inc. further expanded its presence by acquiring numerous companies, strengthening its product portfolio and global footprint. Today, Cisco remains a leader in networking, cybersecurity, and collaboration solutions, continually innovating to drive digital transformation for businesses worldwide.

What is the history and background of the company Cisco Systems?

Cisco Systems, Inc. is a multinational technology conglomerate founded in 1984 by Leonard Bosack and Sandy Lerner. Initially, it specialized in the manufacturing and selling of networking and communications products. Over the years, Cisco has grown to become a global leader in networking solutions, offering a wide range of hardware, software, and service offerings to businesses, governments, and individuals worldwide. With a focus on innovation and technological advancements, Cisco plays a pivotal role in powering the Internet and enabling digital transformation. Its extensive product portfolio, including routers, switches, security systems, and collaboration tools, has made Cisco a trusted name in the technology industry.

Who are the main competitors of Cisco Systems in the market?

The main competitors of Cisco Systems, Inc. in the market include companies like Juniper Networks, Inc., Hewlett Packard Enterprise Company, and Arista Networks, Inc.

In which industries is Cisco Systems primarily active?

Cisco Systems, Inc. is primarily active in the technology industry. As a multinational technology company, Cisco Systems is involved in the development, manufacturing, and sales of networking hardware, software, telecommunications equipment, and other high-technology services and products. With its strong presence in areas such as networking, cybersecurity, cloud computing, Internet of Things (IoT), and collaboration technologies, Cisco Systems serves a wide range of industries including telecommunications, IT, healthcare, finance, manufacturing, and public sector organizations. The company's innovative solutions and industry expertise have positioned Cisco Systems as a global leader in providing cutting-edge technology infrastructure for businesses worldwide.

What is the business model of Cisco Systems?

Cisco Systems, Inc. is a multinational technology corporation that specializes in networking and communications equipment. Their business model focuses on designing, manufacturing, and selling a wide range of products and services related to networking and information technology. Cisco offers networking solutions for businesses, government agencies, and service providers, catering to a diverse customer base. Their product portfolio includes routers, switches, security devices, collaboration tools, cloud infrastructure, and software-defined networking solutions. By providing reliable and innovative networking solutions, Cisco Systems helps organizations enhance their productivity, efficiency, and connectivity in today's digital world.

What is the P/E ratio of Cisco Systems 2024?

The Cisco Systems P/E ratio is 12.78.

What is the P/S ratio of Cisco Systems 2024?

The Cisco Systems P/S ratio is 3.55.

What is the AlleAktien quality score of Cisco Systems?

The AlleAktien quality score for Cisco Systems is 5/10.

What is the revenue of Cisco Systems 2024?

The expected Cisco Systems revenue is 54.77 B USD.

How high is the profit of Cisco Systems 2024?

The expected Cisco Systems profit is 15.23 B USD.

What is the business model of Cisco Systems

Cisco Systems, Inc. is a leading global company in the IT industry that offers networking solutions and products. It was founded in 1984 in California and is now headquartered in San Jose. Cisco operates in over 190 countries and offers a variety of products and services, including routing, switching, and security solutions. Cisco's business model is based on providing technology solutions to businesses, governments, and individual users. The company's various divisions offer a wide range of products and services to meet their customers' needs. The key divisions of Cisco include: 1. Networking: Cisco offers a wide range of networking products, including routers, switches, and wireless access points. These products are tailored to the needs of businesses and individual users, ensuring that networks are secure and stable. 2. Data Centers: Cisco also provides solutions for data centers, including servers, storage, network and virtualization software, and cloud solutions. With these products, businesses can manage their data and applications faster and more efficiently. 3. Security: Cisco also offers IT security products designed to protect businesses and individuals from threats such as cyber attacks. These products range from firewalls to intrusion prevention systems. 4. Collaboration: Cisco also has a collaboration division that offers video conferencing and unified communications solutions. These products help businesses connect their employees and customers, simplifying communication. In addition to these divisions, Cisco also offers numerous other products, such as network accessories, network analysis tools, and service provider technologies. Cisco's business model is not only based on selling products but also on providing services. The company offers a wide range of services to help its customers make the most of their products. These services include consulting, implementation, support, and training. Cisco also relies on partnerships with other companies to expand its business. The company has partnerships with various providers, including Microsoft, IBM, and Amazon Web Services. These partnerships help Cisco bring its products to new markets and expand its global presence. Overall, Cisco's business model is focused on meeting the needs of its customers. The company offers a wide range of products and services to meet the requirements of businesses, governments, and individual users. Additionally, the company relies on partnerships and services to provide optimal support to its customers.

What is the Cisco Systems dividend?

Cisco Systems pays a dividend of 1.51 USD distributed over 4 payouts per year.

How often does Cisco Systems pay dividends?

Cisco Systems pays out a dividend 4 times a year.

What is the Cisco Systems ISIN?

The ISIN of Cisco Systems is US17275R1023.

What is the Cisco Systems WKN?

The WKN of Cisco Systems is 878841.

What is the Cisco Systems ticker?

The ticker of Cisco Systems is CSCO.

How much dividend does Cisco Systems pay?

Over the past 12 months, Cisco Systems paid a dividend of 1.55 USD . This corresponds to a dividend yield of about 3.27 %. For the coming 12 months, Cisco Systems is expected to pay a dividend of 1.76 USD.

What is the dividend yield of Cisco Systems?

The current dividend yield of Cisco Systems is 3.27 %.

When does Cisco Systems pay dividends?

Cisco Systems pays a quarterly dividend. This is distributed in the months of November, February, May, August.

How secure is the dividend of Cisco Systems?

Cisco Systems paid dividends every year for the past 20 years.

What is the dividend of Cisco Systems?

For the upcoming 12 months, dividends amounting to 1.76 USD are expected. This corresponds to a dividend yield of 3.71 %.

In which sector is Cisco Systems located?

Cisco Systems is assigned to the '-' sector.

Wann musste ich die Aktien von Cisco Systems kaufen, um die vorherige Dividende zu erhalten?

To receive the latest dividend of Cisco Systems from 7/24/2024 amounting to 0.4 USD, you needed to have the stock in your portfolio before the ex-date on 7/5/2024.

When did Cisco Systems pay the last dividend?

The last dividend was paid out on 7/24/2024.

What was the dividend of Cisco Systems in the year 2023?

In the year 2023, Cisco Systems distributed 1.51 USD as dividends.

In which currency does Cisco Systems pay out the dividend?

The dividends of Cisco Systems are distributed in USD.

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