|Bid||8.77 x 21500|
|Ask||8.78 x 1800|
|Day's range||8.76 - 8.81|
|52-week range||7.70 - 10.57|
|Beta (3Y monthly)||0.51|
|PE ratio (TTM)||13.82|
|Forward dividend & yield||0.46 (5.23%)|
|1y target est||9.92|
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On a per-share basis, the Madrid-based company said it had profit of 24 cents. The telecommunications company posted revenue of $13.6 billion in the period. Telefonica shares have declined 15 percent since ...
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Civic has entered into a tripartite agreement with cybersecurity protection solution company, Rivetz, and Telefónica's cybersecurity unit, ElevenPaths, to provide secure identity verification that incorporates added hardware protections for mobile users.With presence in five countries, Civic uses blockchain technology to secure and protect the transfer of personal information, while allowing people to decide how they share their information.In correspondence with Bitcoin Magazine , Steven Sprague, CEO of Rivetz, called Civic's integration into the partnership as a "pivotal step toward providing the digital identity we need in today’s world."In May 2018, Spanish telecom giant Telefónica partnered with Rivetz to develop decentralized security solutions for mobile users aimed at improving cybersecurity controls and protections for secure messaging and cryptocurrency wallets.Rivetz's security solutions will leverage the Trusted Execution Environment (TEE), a hardware vault built into mobile phones for enhanced security. These solutions will be built into smartphones and supplemented with a secured Subscriber Identity Module (SIM), provided by Telefónica. The intention is to secure the private keys of users, even if the operating system is tampered with or infected by malware.Civic's inclusion will make it possible for Telefónica's users to verify their identity in real time and separate locally stored personal information from the private key needed to sign transactions on the blockchain. Rather than having all details stored locally in one place, on the Civic App, Civic will store the private keys in the TEE, provided by Rivetz. The user's personal information will remain in the Civic App, which is protected by biometrics and high-level encryption. CEO and Co-Founder of Civic Vinny Lingham sees the partnership as “a massive step.” “Blockchain technology is transforming the way companies approach privacy and security,” he said to Bitcoin Magazine . “Our partnership with Rivetz and Telefónica is a reflection of that transformation, ensuring that digital identity and mobile security solutions go hand-in-hand.”Lingham added, “As identity information is increasingly vulnerable, we’re working with like-minded companies to create the most effective, most secure identity solutions that protect people’s privacy, without requiring their data to be collected and stored.” This article originally appeared on Bitcoin Magazine.
Known as Alpha, the former monopoly's initiative is part of Chairman Jose Maria Alvarez Pallete’s push to experiment with radically new lines of business, a unique fixation in a sector whose track record of losing to the tech giants means that most telcos are now largely sticking to their knitting. “Alpha is where the future of Telefonica is going to be written,’’ says Pablo Rodriguez, the unit’s CEO, a computer scientist by trade who holds a masters in physics and previously worked at Bell Labs. While the building serves as Telefonica’s Catalonia headquarters, Alpha sits at arms’ length from the rest of the company, which doesn’t disclose the unit’s financials.
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Telefonica SA is in talks with Amazon.com Inc. to add Prime Video streaming to its phone, TV and internet packages, part of an effort to keep customers hooked on the Spanish carrier’s services, according to a person familiar with the plans. The push to offer more content to its subscribers follows a similar agreement with Netflix Inc. in May for Europe and Latin America. Telefonica is now in talks with several other streaming services, including Amazon Prime, for deals that would cover certain markets, said the person.
A recent report by Research and Markets shows that the 5G market in Europe is expected to grow at an average annual rate of 141.0% to reach $47.6 billion in revenues by 2025. Vodafone (VOD) is one of the largest telecom providers in Europe. The company is well-positioned to take advantage of Europe’s rapidly expanding 5G market.
IBM (IBM) has continued to gain solid market traction outside the United States, particularly in the EMEA (Europe, the Middle East, and Africa) region. The growth has been mainly driven by strength in Germany, the United Kingdom, France, and Spain. In the last five quarters, its EMEA business has grown the most among IBM’s regions, by 2.5% compounded annually. The graph below shows IBM’s EMEA revenue trends over the last five quarters.
In order to boost its Interactive Group’s business, Accenture (ACN) continues to acquire digital marketing companies. In July, Accenture finally completed the acquisition of Shanghai-based digital marketing group HO Communication. In May, the tech giant struck a deal with the Shanghai-based firm to acquire its assets. However, the financial terms of the transaction were not disclosed. After the acquisition, HO Communication has become a part of the Accenture Interactive unit.
In order to maintain a strong foothold, Netflix (NFLX) continues to incur huge marketing expenses in both the United States and international markets. From the graph above, you can see Netflix’s marketing cost trend in the last five quarters. Netflix is facing cutthroat competition in its domestic market from other low-cost OTT (over-the-top) service providers, including Hulu and Amazon (AMZN) Prime Video.
Netflix (NFLX), the leading Internet entertainment operator, has been entering into agreements with various telecommunications and cable operators in the United States as well as globally. Carriers are selling Netflix plans to their subscribers as part of their bundled package deals. The move may help Netflix not only promote its plans to a variety of consumer segments but also make processing easier.
On a per-share basis, the Madrid-based company said it had net income of 19 cents. Earnings, adjusted for non-recurring costs, came to 24 cents per share. The telecommunications company posted revenue ...
SHANGHAI, June 28, 2018 - (JCN Newswire) - AT&T, China Mobile, Deutsche Telekom, NTT DOCOMO, and Orange jointly announced today that O-RAN, originally co-founded by AT&T, China Mobile, Deutsche Telekom, NTT DOCOMO and Orange, has held its first O-RAN Board meeting during MWC Shanghai 2018. Seven new members were also approved including Bharti Airtel, China Telecom, KT, Singtel, SK telecom, Telefonica and Telstra.