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Telecompaper 10/23/2019 01:43
(Telecompaper) LG Electronics announced its LG G8X ThinQ and LG Dual Screen smartphones will become available in the US from 1 November via Amazon, AT&T, Sprint, or unlocked. The upgraded G8 with a secondary display case was unveiled in September at IFA 2019 in Berlin. Availability will start in the US, followed by key markets around the world such as Brazil, Germany, Japan, Mexico, Spain and Turkey over the next several weeks.
Telecompaper 10/22/2019 04:56
(Telecompaper) A total of 112,000 fibre to the home (FTTH) lines were added in Spain in August to increase the number of active connections in the country to 9.6 million, according to the latest monthly update from regulator CNMC. Fibre lines rose by 1.8 million year on year, offsetting a 1.2 million decline in DSL lines, said the watchdog. HFC lines totalled 2.3 million, down around 147,000 year on year, bringing the fixed broadband total to 15.03 million, up from 14.56 million a year earlier.
Telecompaper 10/22/2019 03:32
(Telecompaper) Nvidia CEO Jensen Huang released a raft of news at the Mobile World Congress in Los Angeles, announcing a new edge supercomputing platform, a software developer kit, and fresh partnerships with Microsoft, Red Hat and Ericsson, all aimed at showcasing Nvidia's graphics processing units (GPUs) and how these can power new 5G services and systems.
Telecompaper 10/21/2019 10:03
(Telecompaper) Netflix is planning an offering of USD 2 billion worth of dollar and euro denominated senior unsecured notes, in two series. Netflix will put the money raised towards general corporate purposes. These may include content acquisitions, production and development, capex, investments, working capital and potential acquisitions and strategic transactions.
Telecompaper 10/21/2019 03:36
(Telecompaper) Xandr Monetize helps publishers package, sell and measure the performance of ads, and acts a platform for Xandr's premium marketplace Community. With the acquisition, the service will expand access to more premium video, adding SpotX as its exclusive third-party supply-side platform for Community for 2020. Xandr and WarnerMedia will also be extending their relationships with Yospace, owned by SpotX, to provide SSAI (server-side ad insertion) capabilities.
Telecompaper 10/21/2019 01:02
(Telecompaper) The Telecompaper Stock Index Global Media ended week 42 up 1.2 percent, beating the S&P 500 (+0.5%). Broadcasters in the US (Meredith, +7.3%), the UK (ITV, +6.3%) and Australia (Seven West, +5.5%) led our basket. Lions Gate and comScore (-11% both) closed the ranks. Netflix (-2.7% for the week) presented rather strong quarterly results. Investors initially responded positively, but by the end of the week the stock was down 2.7 percent from the week before.
Telecompaper 10/21/2019 01:02
(Telecompaper) The Telecompaper Stock Index Global Media ended week 42 up 1.2 percent, beating the S&P 500 (+0.5%). Broadcasters in the US (Meredith, +7.3%), the UK (ITV, +6.3%) and Australia (Seven West, +5.5%) led our basket. Lions Gate and ComScore (-11% both) closed the ranks. Netflix (-2.7% for the week) presented rather strong quarterly results. Investors initially responded positively, but by the end of the week the stock was down 2.7 percent from the week before.
Telecompaper 10/21/2019 01:00
(Telecompaper) The Telecompaper European Telecom Services index ended week 42 up 1.2 percent, ahead of the EuroStoxx 50 index (+0.3%). Tele Columbus gained 14 percent in an apparent recovery. Earnings season was kicked off and a number of M&A deals moved forward. Private company Eir, controlled by Iliad's founder, launched an aggressive promotion on the Irish mobile market, and BT kicked off a large brand campaign.
Telecompaper 10/17/2019 04:55
(Telecompaper) O2 UK has switched on its 5G mobile network in Belfast, Cardiff, London, Edinburgh, Leeds and Slough. The network will be extended to reach a total of 20 towns and cities by end-2019 and to 50 by summer 2020. O2 is launching 5G on its Custom Plans, with unlimited data at the same price as its 4G equivalents. The 5G network infrastructure is being rolled out with Ericsson and Nokia.
Telecompaper 10/15/2019 03:07
(Telecompaper) Huawei's Nova 5T smartphone is set to launch soon in Europe, coming next month to the UK from GBP 399, Mobile News reported. The phone, equipped with five AI cameras and sporting an array of iridescent colours, will also come with full Google services, with Android 9 Pie OS. No official launch data has been given but the phone will in the UK be available at EE, Vodafone, O2 UK, Carphone Warehouse, Argos, Amazon, John Lewis and Shops Direct.
Telecompaper 10/14/2019 03:34
(Telecompaper) Apple has launched its own internal studio, headed by Apple Worldwide Video chiefs Zack Van Amburg and Jamie Erlicht, Hollywood Reporter reported. The studio, still unnamed, will make content specifically for Apple, starting with "Masters of the Air", a follow up to the World War II series by Steven Spielberg and Tom Hanks. The first two dramas in the series were from HBO: "Band of Brothers" and "The Pacific." The new series will see the return of Spielberg and Hanks as executive producers.
Telecompaper 10/14/2019 03:16
(Telecompaper) Facebook's currency project Libra has suffered more setbacks, the Verge reported. Following the departure of PayPal from the Libra Association in early October, Visa, Mastercard, Stripe and Mercado Pago plus eBay all followed suite on 11 October. The moves mean that every major US payment processor has pulled out. The remaining payment processor, PayU, has not yet provided any comment. Remaining associations include Lyft and Vodafone, and consist mainly of venture capital, telecom, blockchain and tech companies, as well as non-profits.
Telecompaper 10/14/2019 01:00
(Telecompaper) Last week saw Cellnex agree a major takeover, while Vodafone kicked off a cost savings program and KPN potentially made a big shift in its commercial strategy. Overall, the European telecoms services sector performed well, as per our related index, which was up 2.1 percent in week 41. Still, this was significantly behind the EuroStoxx 50's sharp 3.6 percent rise. Forthnet (+16%) and Go Internet (-9.8%) were the micro cap outliers. BT's gain of 12 percent was the biggest large cap leap.

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