Most corporations will die unless networks can adapt

By Scott M. Fulton, III – Cisco CEO John Chambers predicted a completely upset networking and computing market as soon as 2018–on account of an economic shakedown that he says will render as many as two-thirds of the world’s corporations today non-existent entities.

Cisco will survive this shakeout as Chambers predicts it, of course, but literally no other manufacturer devoted to the networking space will survive what the CEO describes as a phenomenon beyond disruption–one that will leave any hardware player that has invested in the present architecture of Internet networks, at the very least, irrelevant.

“You watch what’s about to occur in the industry, you’re going to see a brutal, brutal consolidation in the IT,” intoned Chambers. more>



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