Tomahawk, WI 12/02/2013 (BasicsMedia) – When Cisco Systems, Inc. (NASDAQ:CSCO) announced that the current quarter will yield 46 cents per share and revenue to dip between 8 – 10%, investors stepped aside as the stock looked radioactive. As to whether dumping the stock is a wise investment decision or not is something else altogether, what can be discussed now is about the future of the company.

Cisco dominates the global networking infrastructure. But a lot of things have not been working in its favor lately. Have it in mind that while S&P has had a robust 26% growth year to date, Cisco Systems, Inc. (NASDAQ:CSCO) is only up 8%. Looked differently, this may be good for investors seeking a pie of this networking giant to get it when shares are cheap. However, it could also mean that investors in the stock would have to be patient enough to allow rise again in stock price.  

But it is that stock price rise and revenue improvement that we wonder how fast it can happen if at all it’s going to happen. Looking at the digital market, Cisco Systems, Inc. (NASDAQ:CSCO) has long-term potential and this is better explained. First and foremost, the fact that switch to cloud computing is gaining currency among businesses is something that signal good tiding for the networking giant as more of its high-performance routers and switches would be needed to effect this shift.

Also, the growing shift to mobile platforms for digital communications is also playing into the hands of Cisco. Moreover, the company has a towering name in the industry due to its high quality products and solutions. This gives it an edge in the networking market.

However, as much as all these suggest positive things for Cisco Systems, Inc. (NASDAQ:CSCO), these opportunities cannot change its position much in the current and the next few months. It thus goes that while the company has wonderful opportunities, investors taking up the shares now must allow time for recovery of the stock and stable profitability of the company.

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