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Multirobot systems (MRS) are well studied in literature and several survey papers, taxonomies, and book chapters exist on the subject (e.g., Dudek et al., 2002; Farinelli et al., 2004; Parker et al., 2008). The focal point of the majority of MRS-related papers is on general communication, coordination, and cooperation. Networked robotics is an extension of MRS where communication between entities is fundamental to both cooperation and coordination, and hence the central role of the network (Bekey and Yuh, 2008; Kumar et al., 2008). Applications of networked robots include coupling to perform locomotion and manipulation tasks, and coordinating to perform exploration, mapping, search and reconnaissance
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Cisco Systems Inc., the Silicon Valley-based networking giant, is one of the world s most successful corporations. Revenues for the fiscal year ending July 2000 were up an incredible 55% to $18.9 billion, while net income grew to $3.9 billion, resulting in a healthy 21% net profit margin. Even more impressive was its 10th consecutive quarter of accelerating sales growth, culminating in a 61% sales increase for the last quarter. At $356 billion, Cisco s market capitalization trailed only General Electric Company. What is behind such phenomenal results Beginning in 1993, Cisco has acquired 51 companies, 21 of them in the 12-month period ending March of 2000. Not every one of these deals has been a winner, and certainly some elements of Cisco s strategy are unique to the high-technology industry. However, in a recent survey of corporate M&A policies Cisco was ranked number 1 in the world, and there are lessons for any potential acquirer in its practices.5 We will focus on two aspects of Cisco s acquisition strategy: the competitive and economic forces behind it and how new acquisitions are merged into the corporate fold. The strategic imperative behind Cisco s acquisition spree is simple. Each year the company gets 30% to 50% of its revenue from products that it did not sell 12 months before. Technological change means that Cisco cannot internally develop all of the products its customers need. They have two choices; to limit their offerings or to buy the products and technology they
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