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Disruption and Innovation
Mergers and Acquisitions
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Sample content from Vodafonewatch
Further hints of a forthcoming reorganisation of European tower assets came with news that Vodafone Spain (VfS) has teamed with Orange Spain on a pilot project to perform de-duplication of sites. The inference is that if the scheme proves successful, it will be expanded out more widely, as well as being wrapped within a new managed services relationship with a tower specialist. Orange and VfS were said to have already begun a tender to select a partner, with Spanish infrastructure outsourcing players Axión, Cellnex Telecom, and Telxius (part of incumbent Telefónica Group) cited as contenders for the role.read more
Mitie Group, Vodafone UK’s (VfUK) facilities management (FM) partner, flagged a two-year extension of its engagement with the OpCo. Vodafone is said to have negotiated a 15%-reduction on the contract value.read more
Vodafone’s new Chief Executive (CEO) Nick Read began to leave an imprint on his top management layer by performing a near-straight swap of Serpil Timuray, Chief Commercial, Operations & Strategy Officer, and Europe Cluster CEO Ahmed Essam. Shortly after, Vodafone announced publicly that Ronald Schellekens, long-time Group Director of Human Resources (HR), had resigned.read more
Juniper Networks signalled firming-up of a partnership with Vodafone’s Group Enterprise division on delivery of software-defined wide area network (SD-WAN) services to large corporate customers. The deal will see Vodafone market services based on Juniper’s Contrail SD-WAN solution within its Ready Network portfolio of software-based enterprise communications offerings.read more
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