In Pictures: The 21 most powerful enterprise networking companies

The biggest players on the network, presented for your consideration.

Broadcom It's been a rough few months for Broadcom, which announced in October that it would be laying off more than 1,000 workers after poor quarterly results, but the chipmaker is still a force to be reckoned with in the connectivity solutions market. It's also moved aggressively to shore up its position in mobile chipsets – the iPhone 5S uses plenty of Broadcom hardware, according to iFixit – and the company likes to boast that more than 99% of all network traffic in the world touches its silicon at some point.

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