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Cisco Likely To Return To Revenue Growth For Fiscal Q2

Cisco is scheduled to report its Q2 fiscal year 2018 earnings on February 14. In recent quarters, the company has reported stagnation in revenue growth, driven primarily by low product sales. Like most IT hardware vendors, Cisco is facing pricing pressure for standalone hardware
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