The head of Cisco Systems Inc's consumer business group and the former chief of the "Flip" video camera maker is leaving the company to pursue other opportunities. Jonathan Kaplan, the former CEO of Pure Digital, which Cisco bought for close to $600 million in May 2009, will be leaving Cisco to pursue other career opportunities, Cisco said in a blogpost. The consumer business group will now report to Marthin De Beer, who oversees emerging technologies such as videoconferencing products. On Wednesday the network gear-maker announced orders in its consumer products division had fallen 15
Cisco's consumer head, who was CEO of Flip Video maker Pure Digital when the company bought it, is leaving the company.
Cisco Systems-owned Pure Digital Wednesday announced the arrival of the second generation of its Flip Mino HD camera
Pure Digital announced Thursday that it has shipped the second generation of its Flip Ultra line, now featuring high definition. The Flip Ultra HD will sell for $199.99, and comes in two colors (black and white), while a non-HD second Flip Ultra will retail for $149.99.