Cisco extends dominance to own over half the market, but Arista is branded the 'high-growth star'
It's been an action-packed 12 months in the European IT channel, with the arrival of GDPR, the China-US tariff war, and some sizeable M&A moves. Here we look back on some of the quotes that summarise the year that's (almost) been
Research suggests partner programmes are becoming less relevant for channel partners. So do vendors need to give their reward schemes a makeover?
Newly appointed head of global channels Oliver Tuszik talks about how the new management have made some 'fundamental' changes, and his warning to partners on why they shouldn't rest on their laurels
Robbins speaks to delegates the day after Cisco filed glowing Q1 financials, but called attention to how market volatility and uncertainty is affecting the market
We break down key information from the networking giant'ss Q1 numbers
Big change is coming for the vendor's partner community. We look at the four big talking points from new channel boss Oliver Tuszik's keynote
We round up the five new products that raised eyebrows at Cisco's Partner Summit in Las Vegas
Firewall, IPS, URL filtering and cloud-based security will become available on SD-WAN-enabled products before the end of 2018
Increasing convergence between IT and visual communications markets cited as key rationale behind latest bolt-on acquisition
Oliver Tuszik joined Cisco in 2013 having spent almost 10 years as CEO of Computacenter's German business
Wendy Mars talks up digital transformation opportunity for partners in exclusive interview with Channelnomics Europe
'I have no doubt it will be a multi-billion dollar business' - Former Cisco CEO Chambers joins Rubrik
Chambers becomes advisor to the board and investor in Rubrik
Chuck Robbins says Cisco will use the Catalyst 9000 product range as a template for future launches
Following Cisco's buyout of Duo Security, one analyst cautions the networking vendor about partner retention
Public cloud vendor confirms Cisco statement rebuffing speculation
Report claiming public cloud giant will launch a range of switches sends Cisco shares tumbling
Storage start-up plans to use investment for large-scale global expansion
Introduction of state-owned internet provider NBN in Australian homeland has prompted Telstra to invest in Europe, claims EMEA director
Cisco grew for a second straight quarter in Q3, so why did its share price fall?
Paul Eccleston speaks to Channelnomics Europe as Nuvias opens new EMEA HQ in the UK.
'I'd love all of you to turn into ISVs' - Cisco offers $100,000 prize in intellectual property competition
Vendor dangles reward in front of its partners to encourage them to transform into ISVs as a way to differentiate themselves
Intel is moving to be less reliant on its PC business, claims Jason Kimrey
Four out of five of Cisco customers are in multiple clouds and need help addressing 'massively disrupted' environments