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Vodafonewatch is a unique resource that gives access to in-depth, authoritative and comprehensive intelligence, analysis and insight into key aspects of Vodafone Group and their suppliers that are strategically critical.
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What is covered?
Disruption and Innovation
Mergers and Acquisitions
Operations and Regulations
Sample content from Vodafonewatch
Goldman Sachs’ mid-September 2018 Communacopia Conference saw a Q&A session with Nick Read, Chief Executive (CEO)-designate of Vodafone. Read’s appearance saw the suggestion that Vodafone is finally looking to firm plans to tidy up its web of disparate television services stacks, and cut costs through a squeeze of suppliers as part of a consolidation down to a single Group-wide TV vendor.read more
Vodafone again displayed its desperation to reduce Group exposure outside its European core, agreeing to meld Vodafone Hutchison Australia (VHA) and partner/competitor TPG Telecom. Mooted since at least 2015 — when TPG and VHA created a refreshed infrastructure and wholesale relationship, fuelling the former’s challenger mobile strategy — the deal sees VHA and TPG assigned near-identical enterprise value, of just under AU$ 7.5bn (£4.1bn/EUR4.7bn) each.read more
Vodafone and Huawei Technologies completed a second phase of tests focused on a cloud-based Broadband Network Gateway (BNG) for fixed-line broadband. The proof-of-concept trial — following up on a December 2017 ‘phase one‘ test — took place at an unspecified Vodafone Portugal (VfP) site and was run over the OpCo’s service architecture, with a focus on internet access and virtual private network services.read more
Ericsson strengthened post-merger ties with VodafoneZiggo (VfZ), flagging an extension of its “partnership” with Vodafone’s co-parent Liberty Global. The new contract is said to focus on consolidation and optimisation of fixed-line network services for Liberty, and to have seen the Swedish vendor take on services functions in six of the cable group’s European markets. These include VfZ in the Netherlands, as well as Germany and Hungary — where Vodafone is hoping to absorb Liberty operations through the proposed buyout announced earlier in 2018 — Ireland, Poland, and the UK.read more
We use the Watch publications to update the Global Account teams on what are the current trends and activities of the customers, but also to leverage our brand awareness through our sponsorship of the publications.
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