I think their just a little confused / sloppy. The way they (incorrectly) came to that number is that the $3000 model comes in 144 configurations, and the $4000 model has 54 configurations (which equals 198) What they fail to realize, is that every possible configuration can be made from the base model.
Cisco got raped on the deal and the whole world knows it. If they made any money from such a valuable trademark they would have said so. Again, you are out of your depth here and now look - I've made you look a blimmin' fool.
Apple signed a deal with Cisco because it was the faster and cheaper than going through the courts. Apple payed nothing for the trademark. They let Cisco keep using the trademark knowing full well they never actually would use it (and they where right)
We are not talking "a day" in either case here. You go years without actually selling anything and it can be taken from you if someone else has a shipping product.
Perfect example right here: http://trademarkem.com/if-you-dont-use-your-bling-you-lose-your-bling