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Cisco’s First-Quarter Upside Bodes Well for Fiscal 2023, and Shares Look Attractive

Analyst Note

| William Kerwin |

We maintain our $54 fair value estimate for wide-moat Cisco Systems after it reported fiscal first-quarter results modestly above our expectations. Cisco also raised its fiscal year top-line guidance slightly. We see strong fiscal 2023 performance for Cisco as a function of improving supply and demand dynamics: demand, while normalizing, remains strong for enterprise software and networking equipment, and supply is improving. We expect demand to stay healthy in fiscal 2023, and Cisco’s backlog, growing recurring revenue base, and remaining performance obligations give us confidence in fiscal 2023 results. We continue to view shares as undervalued.

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Cisco Systems is the largest provider of networking equipment in the world and one of the largest software companies in the world. Its largest businesses are selling networking hardware and software (where it has leading market shares) and cybersecurity software like firewalls. It also has collaboration products, like its Webex suite, and observability tools. It primarily outsources its manufacturing to third parties and has a large sales and marketing staff—25,000 strong across 90 countries. Overall, Cisco employees 80,000 employees and sells its products globally.

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170 West Tasman Drive
San Jose, CA, 95134-1706
Industry Communication Equipment
Employees 83,300

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Yes. CSCO has a forward dividend yield of 3.13%. See CSCO’s full dividends and stock split history on the Dividend tab.
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CSCO’s market cap is 198.17 Bil.
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CSCO’s stock style is Large Value.
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CSCO’s price/sales is 3.87.
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CSCO’s price/forward earnings is 13.68.
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CSCO’s price/book is 4.96.
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