Startup accelerator Wayra highlights investment in one of local operating business Vivo’s targeted growth areas. Capital will go towards tackling educational divide in Brazil, including via recent strategic tie-up.
Spanish Open Future leadership rotates with Global and Madrid Heads named. Telefónica Global Solutions beds in. Leadership named for Vivo’s personal finance endeavour.
Mobile network operators refuse to meet senior US official to discuss exclusion of Huawei’s 5G kit. Telefónica’s snub at odds with Group, an apparent supporter of the Clean Network initiative.
Group further sharpens its focus on security services.
Wind River flags campus network engagement and joins re‑branded Open Infrastructure Foundation; T‑Systems on lookout for partnerships in Brazil.
Telefónica Global Solutions beds in. Swaps in all Core Markets. Changes made across Telefónica Hispam footprint.
Vivo into loans; Juniper picked for 5G backhaul security; Nokia wins UK SDM.
Joaquin Cidoncha Puebla takes Tech & Cloud Operations Director spot. Movistar+ pay‑TV proposition casts new lead in the form of Francisco Menéndez.
Guilherme Amorim takes Head of Partnerships spot at Wayra Brasil. O2 UK network-sharing project manager Gilson to run Three’s RAN. Movistar Chile names a new Director of Digital Transformation.
As the collective preferred buyer, Vivo, TIM, and Claro are confident they are in a position to outbid any rival interest in Oi’s mobile business. With a €2.6bn offer on the table, Vivo is highlighting the boost in investment in ultrafast networks that would be enabled by Oi’s windfall ...
Ezentis and Tech Mahindra in key support roles, O2 UK introduces Bubl.
Management assures infrastructure investment will be maintained, as key in post-COVID‑19 world. Customer experience another priority area. Other projects being reined in to free up funds, though, with Abosolo stressing “strict screening” of spend plans
Group’s key business engines report a mixed set of results, but with signs of recovery emerging over the course of Q2.
Telefónica’s numbers for the quarter to 30 June 2020 (Q2 FY20) made grim reading.
Vivo, TIM, and Claro back in the driving seat on Oi assets acquisition as exclusive talks resume. Oi rejects proposals from private equity‑funded infrastructure provider Highline. Vivo could bolster its weak north‑east base. TIM may have most at stake in bidding, with speculation it would take the lion’s share ...
O2 UK heads swap seats, including a Macdonald‑Dunford exchange with Now TV. Serial Brazilian telco leader Marcelo Campos moves from Claro to Vivo. Brando and Rotondo stake a claim at Wayra’s evolving South American top‑table. M2M solution provider Pangea pulls in another O2 name.