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Cisco hat heute angekündigt, daß die Quartalszahlen des 2. Quartals am 8.2.2000 bekanntgegeben werden.

Laut whispers.com werden die morgen bekanntgegebenen Quartalszahlen Q2 für Cisco die Analystenschätzungen weit übertreffen (0,23 zu 0,26).


Hoffentlich habt ihr die Aktie schon! Ich könnte wetten, dass gleichzeitig ein Aktiensplit bekanntgegeben wird.

Um wieviel Uhr kommen die Zahlen?

Hat jemand ne Ahnung? After the bells?


SAN JOSE, Calif., February 8, 2000 - Cisco Systems, Inc., the worldwide leader
in networking for the Internet, today reported its second quarter results for the
period ending January 29, 2000.

Net sales for the second quarter of fiscal 2000 were $4.35 billion, compared with
$2.85 billion for the same period last year, an increase of 53%. Pro forma net
income, which excludes the write-off of purchased in-process R&D,
acquisition-related costs, the amortization of goodwill and purchased intangible
assets, and the net gain on the sale of certain minority investments, was $906 million
or $0.25 per share, compared with pro forma net income of $609 million or $0.17
per share for the second quarter of fiscal 1999, increases of 49% and 47%,

During the second quarter of fiscal 2000, Cisco completed the acquisitions of
Calista, Inc., Internet Engineering Group, LLC, Tasmania Network Systems, Inc.,
and Worldwide Data Systems, Inc. for a combined purchase price, including
assumed liabilities, of approximately $135 million and took a one-time charge of $43
million, or approximately $0.01 per share on an after-tax basis, as a write-off of
purchased in-process R&D. Additionally, Cisco completed the acquisitions of
Cerent Corporation, V-Bits, Inc., and WebLine Communications Corporation,
which were accounted for as poolings of interests. All historical financial information
contained herein has been restated to reflect the acquisitions of Cerent Corporation
and WebLine Communications Corporation.

Actual net income for the second quarter of fiscal 2000 was $825 million or $0.23
per share, compared with $282 million or $0.08 per share in the same period last

Net sales for the first six months of fiscal 2000 were $8.26 billion, compared with
$5.44 billion for the same period last year, an increase of 52%. Pro forma net
income was $1.73 billion or $0.48 per share, compared with pro forma net income
of $1.17 billion or $0.34 per share for the first six months of fiscal 1999, increases
of 48% and 41%, respectively.

Actual net income for the first six months of fiscal 2000 was $1.25 billion or $0.34
per share, compared with $791 million or $0.23 per share in fiscal 1999.

Cisco`s board of directors authorized the splitting of the company`s common stock
on a two-for-one basis for shareholders of record on February 22, 2000. Shares
resulting from the split are expected to be distributed by the transfer agent on March
22, 2000. This action will be the ninth time that Cisco`s stock has been split since the
company`s initial public offering in February 1990.

"The momentum of the Internet revolution continues to accelerate across both
business and government sectors on a worldwide basis," said John Chambers,
president and CEO of Cisco Systems. "A University of Texas study found that in the
U.S. alone the Internet Economy would account for more than $500 billion in
revenues in 1999, an increase of more than 68% over 1998. This continued
economic growth together with Cisco`s recognized expertise in the Internet,
positions us to lead in the Internet Economy."

Cisco continues to advance its end-to-end Internet solutions for each of its key

In the service provider marketplace, Cisco continued to advance its strategy for
New World integrated data, voice, and video networks and made progress in all
key areas. In the optical networking space, Cisco announced it would acquire Pirelli
Optical Systems, a leader in optical transport, marking Cisco`s first entry into the
dense wave division multiplexing (DWDM) market. Strengthening its optical
internetworking portfolio, Cisco introduced two additions to the Cisco 12000
gigabit switch router (GSR) product family that allow service providers to deploy
terabit-capacity networks.

The new Cisco 12016 GSR and 12000 Terabit System provide a logical evolution
of the GSR family. The Cisco 12016 GSR is a 320-Gbps, OC-192-capable
platform that supports all existing line cards. The new Cisco 12000 Terabit System
scales the GSR family to a five-terabit system. Cisco also announced the acquisition
of Internet Engineering Group to help service providers build next-generation
high-speed networks.

In the small and medium-sized business market, Cisco expanded its ecosystem of
partners by joining with more than a dozen companies to accelerate the delivery of
Internet business applications and services to help small and medium-sized
businesses participate in the Internet Economy. In support of its ecosystem of
partners, Cisco introduced the Catalyst® mid-market LAN switching solution. This
solution enables small and medium-sized businesses experiencing high-growth and
new office sites to support strategic applications such as supply-chain management,
business-to-business e-commerce, and customer relationship management.

In the enterprise market, Cisco continued to increase acceptance of its end-to-end
Internet solutions and advanced its New World services portfolio through three
acquisitions in the areas of virtual private networking (VPN) and consulting services.
Cisco announced the acquisitions of Altiga Networks and Compatible Systems to
provide both enterprise and service provider customers with industry-leading
remote-access and extranet solutions. The services portfolio acquired from
Worldwide Data Systems broadens Cisco`s ecosystem of professional service and
channel partners to enable the design, implementation, and delivery of
Internet-based data, voice, and video networks. Cisco continued to enhance the
Catalyst family of products by extending the functionality and intelligence of the
Catalyst 6000 family to its new Catalyst 4000 and 5000 solutions.

"It is becoming increasingly evident that the adoption of Internet applications is key
to success in the Internet economy. By providing Internet systems and expertise,
Cisco is helping customers implement the right Internet architecture and application
strategy for their businesses. The resulting increase in productivity, agility, and
competitive advantage will define the winners in the Internet revolution," concluded


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