Cisco Honored with Secretary of State’s 2010 Award for Corporate Excellence

December 20, 2010 - 2 Comments

Secretary of State Hillary Clinton presented Cisco along with Denimatrix and Mars, Inc., with the 12th annual Award for Corporate Excellence (ACE). The ACE is given to U.S. businesses that exhibit good corporate citizenship, promote innovation, and advance democratic principles around the world. Cisco received the prestigious ACE for helping to connect the Israeli and Palestinian economies and people, and engaging in several partnerships and initiatives to enhance technical capacity, connectivity, education, and opportunities for women and youth in Israel, the West Bank and Gaza.

Secretary Clinton invited Cisco Chairman and CEO John Chambers “to accept this ACE Award for your efforts to create jobs, improve lives, and lay the groundwork for lasting peace.”

Watch the ACE 2010 ceremony

Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton presents Cisco Chairman and CEO John Chambers with the 2010 ACE

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  1. Congratulations, it really was much deserved for the quality and commitment of Cisco to foster innovation and advancement of democratic principles. Always remain so! example for other companies.

  2. Wow Cisco the way to go, you defo deserves that one.
    Well because without you guys and your invention the Router, there woulden’t really be much internet today.

    With friendly greetings from denmark.