Cisco posted $1.96 billion revenue for Asia Pacific region

Telecom Lead India: Networking major Cisco has posted
$1.96 billion revenue for the Asia-Pacific region, as compared to $1.5 billion
for the Q3 FY11.


For the America region, the company posted $6.4 billion
revenue, against $6.2 billion for the Q3 FY11. Revenue for EMEA region stood at
$3.6 billion in the Q3 FY12, as compared to $3 billion for the Q3 FY11.


Cisco reported 7 percent y-o-y increase in Q3 fiscal 2012
sales at $11.6 billion against $10.9 billion in the same period previous year.
Cisco’s product sales stood at $9.1 billion in Q3 FY11, as compared to $8.6
billion a year earlier. Net sales from services segment stood at $2.4 billion
in Q3 FY12, against $2.1 billion a year ago.


The company’s operating expenses accounted $4.41 billion
in Q3 FY12, as compared to $4.47 in Q3 FY11.


The company has earned $3.6 billion revenue from its
switching business during Q3 FY12, representing 5 percent Y-o-Y growth. From
its NGN Routing business the company has posted $2.1 billion revenue, while
from collaboration Cisco has posted $1 billion revenue for Q3 FY12.


The service provider business fetched $1 billion,
representing 12 percent Y-o-Y growth and wireless business grew 20 percent
Y-o-Y at 425 million in Q3 FY12. Revenue for security segment stood at 345
million, up 9 percent Y-o-Y in Q3.


The biggest gainer is the data center business with 67
percent Y-o-Y growth at 291 million in Q3 FY12. Other products fetched $249
million revenue; showing 13 percent declined Y-o-Y.


During Q3 FY12, The Company’s Enterprise customers
plunged 1 percent on Y-o-Y basis, while Public sector customers grew 3 percent.
Commercial customers of Cisco grew 8 percent during Q3 FY12 and service
provider customers grew 5 percent.


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