Cisco shares plummeted after the company's weak second quarter guidance during its first-quarter earnings call in November. The networking leader is projecting revenue growth of only zero percent to 2 percent, with earnings per share at just US$0.53 to US$0.55.
Many questions that partners may have should be answered during Cisco's second-quarter earnings call Thursday morning. Will Cisco's routing business bounce back after an 8 percent decrease in the first quarter? Will Cisco CEO Chuck Robbins address the potential impact of telecom heavyweights joining Facebook's Open Compute Project? And will Cisco shares continue to slide in 2016?
CRN USA presents the five biggest areas solution providers should be focusing on during Cisco's earnings call at 8:30am Thursday 11 February Australian eastern time.