|Bid||5.5400 x 372500|
|Ask||5.5500 x 48200|
|Day's Range||5.5200 - 5.5950|
|52 Week Range||4.5100 - 6.6500|
|PE Ratio (TTM)||N/A|
|Forward Dividend & Yield||0.19 (3.30%)|
|1y Target Est||6.68|
Nokia Corporation Stock Exchange Release March 22, 2018 at 19:45. Nokia has filed its annual Form 20- F for 2017 with the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission and published its "Nokia in 2017" ...
At a recent event organized by Telia in Stockholm, Sweden, Ericsson (ERIC) teamed up with Intel (INTC) and Telia to demonstrate a unique augmented reality (or AR) case over a live 5G (fifth-generation) network. The demo offered a sneak peek into the future, showing how 5G networks can open up a new world of possibilities, such as the delivery of augmented instructions and X-ray vision of objects in real time.
Alphabet’s (GOOGL) Google and Microsoft’s (MSFT) LinkedIn are teaming up to train future Android developers, according to business technology publication ZDNet. The partners have created a program that offers 19 specialized courses designed to prepare upcoming developers for the Android developer certification exam. The exam is a common requirement for candidates seeking Android developer jobs.
India’s telecom (telecommunications) sector has witnessed a wave of consolidations over the past few years, resulting in the number of major network operators in the market dropping to four from eight. Amid tough competition and high costs of owning spectrum, telecom providers around the world have generally tried consolidations to survive.
Nokia (NOK) is collaborating with Deutsche Telekom (DTEGY) and Hamburg Port Authority on a two-year 5G (fifth-generation) research project. Deutsche Telekom is a telecom (telecommunications) company headquartered in Bonn, Germany. Deutsche Telekom is the parent of US telecom provider T-Mobile (TMUS), which last year tried to merge with its rival Sprint (S), which is backed by SoftBank (SFTBF).
Solidium, the Finnish state-run investment fund that built a 3.3% stake in Nokia (NOK) at the start of 2018, has minority holdings in over a dozen major Finnish companies. Including Nokia, Solidium owns minority stakes in 13 listed Finnish companies, and the combined value of those investments is estimated to be over $11 billion. Nokia is a bit of an outlier in Solidium’s holding pattern.
Solidium, the Finnish government’s investment fund, disclosed in mid-March that it had acquired a 3.3% stake in Nokia (NOK) at the start of 2018. Nokia, a maker of telecom (telecommunications) equipment, is Finland’s largest company. Its rival Ericsson (ERIC) also registered a fall in revenue in the year.
Nokia (NOK) in its consistent efforts to drive growth completes yet another acquisition. The latest buyout enhances the company's whole-home Wi-Fi solution.
Espoo, Finland- Nokia today announced it has completed the acquisition of Unium, a Seattle-based software company that specializes in solving complex wireless networking problems for use in mission-critical ...
Intel (INTC) demonstrated its 5G efforts at Mobile World Congress 2018. The company is also trialing VR (virtual reality) and AI (artificial intelligence), and a glimpse of this was visible at the PyeongChang 2018 Olympic Winter Games. Intel is now preparing for the next Olympics, which are set to take place in Japan (EWJ).
Finnish state-owned investment firm Solidium has spent $1.04 billion since the beginning of the year to buy a 3.3% stake in Nokia.
BlackBerry (BB) thinks that the $13 billion in revenues and the $4.3 billion in profits that Facebook (FB) generated in 2017 have something to do with work that BB has not been paid for, and now it wants to force Facebook to release its due payment. BlackBerry sued Facebook on March 6, alleging patent infringement, the Wall Street Journal reported. The company is seeking an unspecified amount of damages payment from Facebook.
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Ericsson’s (ERIC) Digital Services segment provides solutions to companies with a focus on digital transformation. It consists of services in the OSS (operations support systems) and BSS (business support systems) space, as well as across telecommunications core (packet core and communication), NFV (network function virtualization), and cloud infrastructure and application development. Peer companies in this space are Cisco Systems (CSCO), Nokia (NOK), Netcracker Technology, Huawei, and Amdocs.
Ericsson (ERIC) has four business segments: Networks, Digital Services, Managed Services, and Other. It has targeted total revenue of 190 billion–200 billion Swedish kroner in fiscal 2020. The Networks segment is expected to post revenue of 128 billion–134 billion Swedish kroner in 2020 and account for approximately 65% of total revenue.
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Ericsson (ERIC) has repeatedly stated that one of its primary targets is to expand its profit margins. It has a long-term operating margin target of 12%. In the short term, it aims to achieve gross margins between 37% and 39% with an operating margin of at least 10%.
Ericsson (ERIC) believes the global telecom (telecommunications) industry is a key driver of economic growth and innovation. According to Ericsson, there will be about 9.1 billion mobile subscriptions globally by 2023, which indicates an exponential penetration since mobile technology was introduced in the early 1990s. Ericsson aims to become a leaner organization in the future, which might allow it to better service the growing demands of telecom customers.
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