“Corporate market” refers to enterprise networking and service providers.
Products in this category are Cisco’s range of routers, switches, wireless systems, security systems, WAN acceleration hardware, energy and building management systems and media aware network equipment.
IP video and phones, TelePresence, HealthPresence, unified communications, call center systems, enterprise social networks and Mobile applications.
Datacenter and Virtualization
Unified computing, unified fabric, data centre switching, storage networking and cloud computing services.
IP NGN (Next Generation Networks)
High-end routing and switching for fixed and mobile service provider networks, broadcast video contribution/distribution, entitlement and content delivery systems.
Stealthwatch, Identity Services Engine (ISE), Tetration, Adaptive Security Appliance (ASA), Next Generation Firewall (NGFW), Firewall Management Center (FMC), SecureX, Umbrella, CloudLock, DUO, Secure Email, Cisco Cloud Mailbox Defense, Secure Web Appliance, Cloud Secure Email, Secure Email and Web Manager, AnyConnect, Virtual Private Network, Intrusion Detection Prevention System (IDPS), TALOS.
Note: Cisco is the biggest security company in the world.
Small businesses include home businesses and (usually technology-based) startups.
Routers and switches
The machines that route and redirect packets across a network, including those for networks of smart meters.
Security and surveillance
IP cameras, data and network security
Voice and conferencing
VOIP phones and gateway-systems, WebEx, video conferencing
Indoor Wi-Fi Access points, Wireless Controller
Network storage systems
Persistent people storage on networks, either in the traditional sense or in a cloud-like manner.
Home user Edit
“Home user” refers to individuals or families who require networking services in the home. (Link to cited archived page broken, incorrect, or otherwise nonfunctional)
Broadband refers to cable modems.
With the acquisition of Pure Digital Technologies, Cisco began to sell a line of video-recording devices called “Flip Video” that had been Pure Digital’s only line of products. This line of products was not as popular as Cisco had thought it would have been, and on April 12, 2011, Cisco announced they were discontinuing all Flip camera production. Cisco’s ūmi product line, video conferencing for the home, also proved to be a short-lived bid for the consumer multimedia market and sales were discontinued.
Cisco’s first router, the Advanced Gateway Server (AGS) router (1986)
A Cisco ASM/2-32EM router deployed at CERN in 1987
A Cisco 7960G IP phone
Cisco UCS blade servers
Datacenter products: Nexus Switches (1000v, 2000, 3000, 4000, 5000, 6000, 7000, 9000), MDS, Unified Computing System (UCS), Application Centric Infrastructure (ACI)
Routers, including: 800 Series, Integrated Services Router (ISR) (1800, 2800, 3800), ISR G2 (1900, 2900, 3900), 2500 Series, 7200, 7600, 12000, ASR (900, 1000, 9000), Network Convergence System (NCS) 6000, and Carrier Routing System (CRS-1, CRS-3, CRS-X)
Security appliances: ASA, ASA-X, ASA-CX, ASA with FirePOWER, PIX 500 series, Cisco Security Manager, Email Security Appliance (ESA), Web Security Appliance (WSA), Content Security Management Appliance (SMA)
Catalyst switches: 1900 Series, 2900 / 2950 / 2960 / 3500XL Series, 3560, 3550 / 3750 3850 Series, 3000 Series, Catalyst 4500/4900, 5000/5500 Series, 6500 Series, 6800 Series, 9200 9300/9400/9500 Series
Teleworker/Remote Connectivity—Cisco LAN2LAN Personal Office for ISDN, VPN 3000 Concentrators
Cisco Wireless LAN products—Access Points, PCI/PCMCIA/USB Wireless LAN Adaptors, Wireless LAN Controllers (WLC), Wireless LAN Solutions Engines (WLSE), Wireless Control System (WCS), Location Appliances, Long range antennas
Collaboration Systems—Cisco TelePresence (Cisco Manufacturing Mobile Video Collaboration with Librestream, Cisco acquired Tandberg, the world leader in Telepresence systems),
IP Telephony (VoIP), Servers and Appliances
Cisco Unified IP Phones—Wireless IP Phone 7920, 7945, 7965, 7942, 8900 series, 9900 series, 6900 series
Servers / application appliances
Cisco Application Policy Infrastructure Controller (server that controls Application Centric Infrastructure)
Cisco Wide Area Application Services (WAAS), optimizes the performance of any TCP-based applications
Unified Computing: Cisco Unified Computing System (UCS), virtual server platform
Cisco Application Control Engine (ACE): Application Delivery Controller (now discontinued)
Cisco UCS B-Series Blade Servers (Mini, B460 M4, B420 M4, B260 M4, B200 M4, B480 M5, B200 M5, B200 M6)
Cisco UCS C-Series Rack Servers (C460 M4, C240 M4, C220 M4, C480 M5, C240 M5, C220 M5),
Cisco UCS Fabric Interconnects (6200 series, 6300 series, 6400 series)