TelecomFinance 2013 Conference & Awards

Date
Start Date: 
Wednesday, January 30, 2013
End Date: 
Thursday, January 31, 2013

London:

TelecomFinance, your news source on raising finance in telecoms, returns with its annual event where influential executives meet to debate & forge relationships. 

With overseas investors prepared to inject liquidity into ailing European operators, M&A is back on the menu. 

12th Annual Outage Response and Restoration Management

Date
Start Date: 
Tuesday, October 23, 2012
End Date: 
Thursday, October 25, 2012

Atlanta, GA:


The 12th Annual Outage Response & Restoration Management Conference will be a two and a half day, industry focused event, specific to those within Distribution System Operations, Outage Restoration/Response, Emergency Management/Preparedness and Business Continuity. 


Analysis: No boom for telecom equipment firms in 4G revolution

Reuters

With data traffic from video downloads and on-the-go web surfers clogging up telecoms networks, mobile equipment makers such as Alcatel-Lucent and Nokia Siemens Networks should be booming. But while iPhone-maker Apple Inc's shareholders are waxing rich on a communications revolution driven by smartphones and tablet computers, those who make the infrastructure for the information superhighway are being squeezed.

Providing control, security key to unlocking the cloud opportunity

By 2016, 40% of enterprises will require prospective cloud providers to submit proof of independent security testing before they’ll sign up for service, Gartner predicts.

Adtran, Acme Packet, Calix shares plunge over forecasts

Reuters

Network equipment makers have been facing slowing demand for their products as telecom carrier customers cut spending amid a sluggish U.S. economy and weakness in Europe. This hold true for both Acme Packet and Adtran, who reported shares at their lowest in two years, while Calix reported that shares have dived to their lowest ever.

ZTE shares post biggest fall in three-and-a-half years on profit warning, FBI probe

Reuters

Shares of ZTE Corp, the world's fifth-biggest telecommunications equipment maker, logged the steepest fall in more than three years in Hong Kong as a profit warning and a probe by the U.S. government cast a gloom over the company's near-term fortunes.


ZTE's (Shenzhen, P.R.C.) stock slumped 16.3% to close at HK$10.46 on Monday in the largest decline since October 27, 2008. Trading volume was nearly seven times that of its 30-day average.

Teliasonera puts Spanish unit on the block: sources

Reuters

Teliasonera is selling its Spanish mobile operator Yoigo, four people familiar with the matter said, in a $1.2 billion plus deal that could attract tycoon Carlos Slim, Vodafone and France Telecom as bidders.


The Nordic telecoms group has hired Deutsche Bank to manage the disposal of its 76% stake in Yoigo (Madrid, Spain), the sources said, as it exits non-core markets in favor of its Scandinavian heartland and higher-growth central Asia.

Verizon cable deals make headway but regulatory doubts linger

Reuters

The telecoms regulator is prepared to approve Verizon Wireless' plan to buy airwaves from cable companies, according to people with knowledge of the situation, though the company still has to convince the Justice Department that the deal will not lead to higher prices for consumers.

70% of rural broadband subscribers receiving service below 4 Mbps target

Calix, Inc. on Thursday released excerpts for its latest U.S. Rural Broadband Report, based on Internet traffic information drawn from over 50 U.S. communications service provider networks from the first quarter (January through March) of 2012.

ZTE shares fell 45% so far in 2012 due to earnings fears, EU spat

Reuters

Shares of ZTE Corp, the world's fifth largest telecommunications equipment maker, hit a three-year low on Tuesday on worries about earnings and concerns over a subsidies dispute between the European Union and China, analysts said.


ZTE's (Shenzhen, P.R.C.) Hong Kong-listed shares fell by as much as 8% to HK$13.00 in morning trade, the weakest level since late March 2009. The stock has fallen about 45% so far this year.

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