Global Problem Solver
How a former Global Problem Solver winner is helping to monitor patient vital signs
Neopenda is a social enterprise startup that won the Cisco Global Problem Solver Prize at the 2016 Rice Business Plan Competition. Sona Shah, co-founder and CEO of Neopenda, recently shared with us how their device, neoGuard, is being used on neonatal, pediatric, and adult patients to help monitor their health during the COVID-19 pandemic.
From diagnostics to masks: How a Cisco Global Problem Solver Challenge winner is helping front-line health workers
OmniVis is a biotechnology company that was a second runner-up in the 2017 Cisco Global Problem Solver Challenge. Now, the team behind OmniVis created OmniMask, a 3D-printed mask that was developed to protect front line health workers who don't have access to enough personal protective equipment (PPE).
Partners can join Cisco in supporting global problem solvers using tech for good
We invite Cisco partners to join us in supporting entrepreneurs who are using technology to address our world’s problems. Learn more about Cisco Global Problem Solver Challenge: Partners 2020.
Announcing the 2019 Cisco Global Problem Solver Challenge Winners
It is with much excitement that I introduce you to the winners of the 2019 Cisco Global Problem Solver Challenge, including the People's Choice Award.
Cisco Accelerates Global Problem Solving in 2017
This year, we continued to leverage our technology to build a network of global problem solvers; to positively impact people, society, and the planet. Our 2017 Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) report is a testament to the progress we have made and a reminder of the fantastic opportunities that lie ahead.