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The rapid development of Internet and intranet infrastructure helped Cisco Systems - the company that developed the first multi-protocol router - achieve explosive growth in the late '80s ad early '90s. But subsequent growth, according to Cisco Chairman John Morgridge, has come from careful expansion of the company's product line. Morgridge spoke i......

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Morgridge credited Americas universities -- specifically Stanford University -- with driving the development of the router technology that Cisco would later commercialize. According to Morgridge, universities were the natural place for the technology to develop - and not only because of......

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The product line expanded along with Cisco Systems' customer base. "We started out serving large institutions," Morgridge said. "The next market we pursued was the service providers -- the tele......

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'"/> By Charles Rathmann 09/16/03

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