Cisco Wiese acquired by Blackberry to lead on sales while the watch...

Cisco Wiese acquired by Blackberry to lead on sales while the watch won Wimbledon games and the cup


Reports have claimed BlackBerry to have had hired Carl Wise, the recent executive of Cisco Systems, to enhance its global sales effort – keeping into scenario the departure of John Sims.

On viewing the background, Wiese had been serving Cisco’s global collaborating business i.e. Waterloo.

Over Sims departure, no comment has been passed on by Kara Yi (a BB spokeswoman).

Blackberry is constantly putting in a lot of effort to become the largest wireless carriers’ enterprise business – the reason due to the company’s slipping revenues on mobile phones from a year and a half.

Total revenue was US$ 658 million in the Q that ended in May 2015, down to 32% from the same period in year 2014.

Serena William has been captured by Media eye to take Wimbledon for the sixth time last Saturday, with Audemars Piguet Ladies Royal Oak Offshore wearing on her wrist (worth US$ 31,300).

The watch has been believed to have been fortunate enough for her success. It is a far cry from the ultra-lightweight, space-age Richard Mille that Rafael Nadal plays with.

On last Sunday, not to mention, Novak Djokovic was captured by media’s eye to be lifting the Wimbledon Cup comprising his namesake Seiko Astron GPS Solar Novak Djokovic Limited Edition worth US$ 1,925 popping just so on his wrist.

Djokovic’s watch is Japanese instead of Swiss (to match his Uniqlo outfit) and the most complicated Astron to date. It charges via solar energy.

There are only 2,500 pieces available worldwide. However, Women’s runner-up Garbine Muguruza received her trophy without a watch. So guess what? It is surely hard to think of a better way to court watch sponsors than playing in the Wimbledon final.

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