Cisco signed several telecom clients in the fourth quarter of fiscal 2013.
In fact, wireless business revenue rose 32 percent in Q4.
Wireless business contributes 5 percent revenue to Cisco.
“Our customers and partners recognize the benefit of a partner who is not only the leader in their product categories, but can bring technologies and solutions together in an architecture to lower operating costs, reduce time to results, and future proof their investments,” said Cisco CEO John Chambers.
Vodafone Hutchison Australia tapped Cisco to accelerate deployment of VHA’s 4G LTE network with the Cisco ASR 5500 as the mobile multimedia core platform.
Manchester City will be the first English Premier League team to offer Cisco Connected Stadium Wi-Fi and StadiumVision Mobile solutions.
Czech telecom operator T-Mobile has selected the Cisco ASR 5000 Series to manage its mobile data traffic from the new LTE network, together with existing 2G and 3G networks.
The Universidad San Sebastián in Chile has updated its voice, data and wireless connectivity using Cisco technology to serve more than 26,000 students and 2,500 teachers.
TIM Brazil has selected Cisco Videoscape Distribution Suite Transparent Caching (VDS-TC) to enable the delivery of video content across multiple screens, protocols, applications and networks.
Polymetal, a precious metals company in Russia and Kazakhstan, deployed a distributed telephone network based on Cisco Unified Communications.
Stock Exchange of Thailand implemented Cisco’s Data Center architecture to increase operational flexibility and streamline its online trading platform.
Hong Kong telecom service provider PCCW-HKT became the first service provider in the Greater China region to deploy the next-generation 802.11ac Wi-Fi network.
Vodafone India will be deploying Cisco’s end-to-end networking solutions to evolve to a complete IP-based architecture in India.