All Entries in the Category : Telecom

Nokia Q1 2015 results published

Nokia has published its interim results for the first quarter of 2015. With the mobile phone division having been part of Microsoft for some months now, this leaves the Nokia Networks Nokia Technology as the two elements of the company.

: Telecom

Nokia Q1 2015 results published

Nokia has published its interim results for the first quarter of 2015. With the mobile phone division having been part of Microsoft for some months now, this leaves the Nokia Networks Nokia Technology as the two elements of the company.

: Telecom

Samsung to aggressively pursue sales of cheaper phones in emerging markets

(Reuters) – Tech giant Samsung Electronics Co Ltd will be aggressive in its sales strategy for mid-to-low end smartphones in emerging markets, including on pricing, a company executive said on Wednesday.

: Telecom

HTC to raise outsourcing in 2015

HTC is likely to raise the ratio of smartphones outsourced to ODM partners in 2015, according to company president of global sales and CFO Chang Chia-lin.

: Computer, EMS, Telecom

Coherent Reports Second Fiscal Quarter Results

SANTA CLARA, Calif., April 29, 2015 /PRNewswire/ — Coherent, Inc. (NASDAQ, COHR), a world leader in providing photonics based solutions to the commercial and scientific research markets, today announced financial results for its second fiscal quarter ended April 4, 2015.

: Industrial, Telecom

Samsung’s Q1 Profit Drops 39% Due To Heavier Smartphone Competition

Samsung Electronics has disclosed its first-quarter earnings, with operating profit tumbling once again thanks to pressure from rival smartphone makers. Its performance stands in sharp contrast to Apple, which posted its second-largest quarterly earnings of all time earlier this week.

: Telecom

Ericsson Looks East as Western Rivals Merge

With customers merging and capital expenditure budgets shrinking in North America and Europe, Ericsson AB is shifting more marketing resources to Asia where the mobile and networking equipment OEM is hoping to benefit from a surge in infrastructure spending by governments and private communication services enterprises.

: Telecom