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This statistic highlights Cisco’s Revenue Breakdown Worldwide from Q1 2016 onwards, split between the Asia Pacific, Japan and China (APJC), Americas, and Europe, Middle East and Asia ( EMEA). Cisco Systems provides a wide range of technologies that have powered the internet since its inception. They have integrated intend based technologies through various networks, securities, applications, and the cloud. They provide their customers with a secure and intelligent platform for their digital businesses, which enables them to manage more devices, users, and connections to their networks.
Cisco Systems generate revenue from the following regions:
The total revenue generated by Cisco Systems in Q1 2021 was $11.93 billion, a 9.33% decrease from $13.159 billion in the previous year of the same quarter. The main reason for this decline in revenue was due to a decrease in the number of service providers, enterprise, and commercial markets. Due to the covid-19 outbreak, commercial offices and enterprises had to be temporarily shut down, which led to the emergence of remote networking systems. As a result, clients spent less time on cisco’s network infrastructure products.(All figures in billions, except percentages)
The revenue earned by Cisco Systems is further bifurcated into regions as follows:
|Region||Revenue in Q1 2020||Revenue inQ1 2021||Revenue share in Q1 2021|
|Asia Pacific, Japan, and China||$1.90||$1.77||15%|
|Europe, Middle East, and Africa||$3.28||$2.96||25%|
Majority of Cisco’s revenue comes from the Americas (the USA being the largest contributor) with a 60% share amounting to $7.20 billion in Q1 2021, which was a decline of 9.8% as compared to $7.98 billion in Q1 2020. This decline was caused by a product revenue decline in the countries like the United States, Brazil, and Mexico.
Cisco’s headquarters for the Americas region is situated in San Jose, California, USA. They also have additional leased sites located in Mexico and Canada. Cerent, Scientific-Atlanta, Arrowpoint Communications, and NDS group are some of Cisco’s top subsidiaries in this region.
Asia Pacific, Japan, and China (APJC)
Revenue from the Asia Pacific, Japan, and China represents 15% of Cisco’s total revenue amounting to $1.77 billion. There is a fall of 6.95 % as compared to Q1 2020 ($1.90 billion). Australia, India, and China saw a decline in product revenue, however, there was an increase in Japan.
The headquarters for the APJC region is situated in Singapore. Other significant leased sites are located in Australia, China, and India. Radiata (Australia), Pawaa (India), and the Cable network of DVN (China) are some of the subsidiaries acquired by Cisco.
Europe, Middle East, and Africa (EMEA)
Europe, Middle-East, and Africa (EMEA) region generated 25% of Cisco’s total revenue during Q1 2021 which accounted for $2.96 billion. This was a 9.72% fall in revenue as compared to $3.28 billion in Q1 2020. During this period, countries like the United Kingdom and France saw a decrease in product revenue whereas, Germany saw an increase in their product revenue.
Cisco’s EMEA headquarters is located in Amsterdam, Netherlands. There are few other sites on lease in Germany, Poland, Belgium, and the United Kingdom. Some of Cisco’s subsidiaries in this region are COCOM A/S (Denmark), Pirelli Optical Systems (Italy), and Qeyton Systems(Sweden).
Cisco Systems, Inc. was started by Sandy Lerner and Leonard Bosack in December 1984. It is an American-based technology conglomerate. Chuck Robbins is the current CEO of Cisco Systems. Cisco generates its revenue from Applications, Infrastructure Platforms, Security, Services, And Other Products. Its main headquarters is situated in the heart of Silicon Valley in San Jose, California. Cisco has company field sales offices in 95 countries and operations in approximately 115 countries. Cisco has acquired many subsidiaries worldwide such as Cisco Webex, Cisco Meraki, OpenDNS, Thousand Eyes, and many more. Amazon Web Services, Dell Technologies, Arista Networks, Broadcom, and Commscope are some of the top competitors of Cisco Systems worldwide.
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