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Cisco CEO Robbins Sounds Off On FireEye, Ericsson & Recurring Revenues

Cisco CEO Chuck Robbins talks taking aim at FireEye, recurring revenue models and Cisco's strategic partnership with Ericsson at the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland.

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Robbins In Davos

Networking giant Cisco is taking aim at FireEye with its Sourcefire technology, said Cisco CEO Chuck Robbins at the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland, held Jan. 20-23.

In an interview with Bloomberg at the forum, Robbins talked about the future of the San Jose, Calif.-based company, including how Cisco is "early in the journey" to a recurring revenue model and what the company sees ahead for cybersecurity M&A. Robbins hinted at an upcoming major announcement regarding its strategic partnership with Ericsson. "We have some exciting things we're going to do together at Mobile World Congress in a month," Robbins said.

Robbins also weighed in on whether security specialist FireEye was on Cisco's 2016 docket for acquisition, a move analysts are predicting.

Here, a look at Robbins' interview at the forum, plus some analysis from partners and experts about what it all means.

 
 
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