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Ruckus Wireless causes ruckus in enterprise Wi-Fi market

Ruckus Wireless was an outstanding performer in the enterprise Wi-Fi market in the second quarter, posting a healthy 37.3 percent year-over-year jump in revenues and challenging HP for the third spot on the Wi-Fi market leader board.

Wireless packet core market jumps 20 percent in second quarter, says Dell'Oro

The wireless packet core market grew 20 percent year-over-year in the second quarter of 2013, according to the latest stats from the Dell'Oro Group.

Cisco cuts 4K jobs on top of strong earnings

Networking giant Cisco has analysts collectively scratching their heads following last Thursday's earnings report, in which the company cited strong quarterly earnings and then announced the elimination of 5 percent of its workforce--or, 4,000 jobs.

More than 14 million enterprise Wi-Fi access points will be shipped in 2013, predicts ABI

Around 14.1 million enterprise Wi-Fi access points will be shipped in 2013, according to a forecast by ABI Research.

Cisco sounds alarm on upcoming airwave shortage to affect mobile devices

Brace yourself. Cisco Systems says we'll be facing a nationwide airwave shortage by the end of the year that will affect mobile devices, including cellular phones and tablets. The good news is the FCC is looking at several ways to address the problem.

Spotlight: Cisco, Continental race to the connected car market

IT behemoth Cisco and auto parts supplier Continental this week demostrated a proof-of-concept connected car at a Traverse City, Mich., auto research conference.

Spotlight: IDC MarketScape a who's who of UC market

A new MarketScape report from International Data Corp provides a vendor assessment of the global unified communications and collaboration market for 2013 that reads as a virtual Who's Who of the UC market.

UC market on track for 4% growth through 2016

The Unified Communications market is projected to grow at a rate of just over 4 percent through 2016, according to a new report from TechNavio.

Spotlight: Cisco, GE, SAP among iPhone fans, says Apple's CFO

American Airlines, Cisco, General Electric, Roche and SAP have each deployed more than 25,000 iPhones across their organizations, related Peter Oppenheimer, Apple's chief financial officer, during the firm's quarterly earnings call.

Aruba wins battle with Cisco for the Wi-Fi 'hearts and minds' of Ensign

Ensign Services, a provider of back office services to the Ensign Group health care facilities and other health care organizations, wanted to move to an electronic medical records system and enable the use of clinical applications software.