The ciscoes are salmonid fish of the genus Coregonus that differ from other members of the genus in having upper and lower jaws of approximately equal length and high gillraker counts. These species have been the focus of much study recently, as researchers have sought to determine the relationships among species that appear to have evolved very recently.
The company that connects up the majority of the world's networks. The California company, with revenue now measured in billions of dollars, started life at Stanford University, where Sandy Lerner and Len Bosack worked out a way to connect up the computer systems in different buildings on campus.
Cisco is the brand name of a highly alcoholic, low-price fortified wine, produced by the Canandaigua Wine Co with varieties selling at 17.5% and 19.5% alcohol by volume. Cisco has a distinctive syrup-sweet taste and, because of its color and bottle shape, was often mistaken for a wine cooler. The Federal Trade Commission forced the company to put a label on the bottle stating it was not a wine cooler and had the company change its marketing strategy.