Financial Results

SAN JOSE, CA (Marketwire February 3, 2010) Cisco (NASDAQ: CSCO), the worldwide leader in networking that transforms how people connect, communicates and collaborates, today reported financial results for the second quarter, which ended on January 23, 2010. Cisco reported net sales during the second quarter by $9,800 million, net income on the basis of the generally accepted principles of connectivity (generally accepted accounting principles, GAAP) of $1,900 million US $ or $ $ 0.32 per share, and a net income not GAAP of $2,300 million dollars or $0.40 per share. Our excellent second quarter results exceeded our expectations and we believe they provide a clear indication that we have entered the second phase of the economic recovery. During the quarter we saw dramatic acceleration across all our businesses and sequential improvement in our business in almost all areas, John Chambers, President of the Board of Directors and Director Executive of Cisco. We are confident that our aggressive strategy of investing in the business during the decrease and our focus on innovation, operational excellence, and productivity are leading this momentum as well as the growth of the market. We believe that we are extremely well positioned by geographies, market segments and product keys-categories, to the extent that economies around the world continue to improve and our customers increase their investments in technology. Results Q2 2010 GAAP Q2 2009 Vs.

Q2 2009 net sales $9,800 million $9.1 billion 8.0%Ingreso NET $1,900 million $1.5 billion 23.2%Ganancias per share $0.32 $0.26 23.1% non-GAAP results Q2 2010 Q2 2009 Vs. Q2 2009 income NET $2,300 million $1.9 billion 25.3%Ganancias by action $0.40 $0.32 25.0% net sales for the first six months of the year fiscal 2010 were $18.800 billion, compared with $19.400 million during the first six months of fiscal year 2009. Net income for the first six months of fiscal year 2010, based on GAAP, was $3,600 million dollars or $0.62 per share, compared with $3,700 million dollars or $0.63 per share in the first six months of fiscal year 2009.