The proposed acquisition of MassComm is likely to expand Windstream's (WIN) managed services customer base and boost growing fiber-based network.
These CEOs definitely believe nice guys finish last. They are hated and still raking in huge paychecks.
NBN Co selects Ericsson (ERIC) as partner of choice to continue to deliver fixed wireless as well as satellite operational services across Australia's regional and rural parts.
AT&T (T) reveals information related to a tentative deal relating to Mobility Orange Unit employees representing CWA.
ViaSat (VSAT) has been enjoying some robust growth drivers, including accelerating in-flight installs, ViaSat-2 satellite and potential government wins.
Mitel Networks (MITL) saw its shares rise over 11% on the day.
Kris Osborn Security, Thanks to some big upgrades. Some of the components include an Advanced Memory System (AMS) engineered to improve data storage and generate higher resolution imagery to help pilots with navigational and targeting information. Block 3F increases the weapons delivery capacity of the JSF as well, giving it the ability to drop a Small Diameter Bomb, 500-pound JDAM (Joint Direct Attack Munition) and AIM-9X short-range air-to-air missile, service officials explained. The Pentagon is upgrading mission systems avionics as part of a tech refresh effort for the F-35 Joint Strike Fighter that improves memory, weapons delivery, storage, processing speed, display video and aircraft parametric data, industry developers said. Faster processors improve F-35 delivery of weapons enabled by the latest 3F software drop, such as the AIM-9X air-to-air missile. Also, improved radar warning receiver technology will more quickly identify enemy aircraft and integrate with the aircraft’s mission data files, or threat library. Recommended: Uzi: The Israeli Machine Gun That Conquered the World Recommended: The M4: The Gun U.S. Army Loves to Go to War With Recommended: Why Glock Dominates the Handgun Market (And Better than Sig Sauer and Beretta) The new avionics are intended to enhance the F-35’s sensor fusion so that information from disparate sensor systems can be combined on a single screen for pilots to lower the cognitive burden and quicken the decision-making process. New modules for mission systems will integrate into the F-35s Distributed Aperture System sensors and Electro-optical Targeting System. Earlier this year, F-35 maker Lockheed Martin awarded a contract to Harris Corporation to provide the computing infrastructure for new panoramic cockpit displays, advanced memory systems and navigation technology, Brad Truesdell, senior director of aviation systems at Harris, told Warrior. Read full article
Nokia (NOK) enters into a contract with China Unicom to provide small cells for advancement of mobile broadband network in China.
Wireless networks are key to the growth of the overall telecom industry. This in turn has given a boost to the demand for telecom infrastructure developers, particularly wireless equipment manufacturers.
Nokia (NOK) and Vodacom collaborate to enhance digitalization for benefit of the South African economy.
Motorola's (MSI) third-quarter results were aided by higher product sales. Also, its decision to hike dividend remains encouraging.
Increased revenues in Space and Intelligence Systems unit buoy Harris' (HRS) results in Q1. However, lower revenues in the Communication Systems segment hamper the same.
We expect Harris' (HRS) Communication Systems unit to perform well in the to-be-reported quarter on the back of increased sales of legacy international tactical radios. Operational efficiencies should also aid results.
Harris Corporation (HRS) is seeing favorable earnings estimate revision activity as of late, which is generally a precursor to an earnings beat
As far as the broader Aerospace sector is concerned, 83.3% of the stocks that have reported results delivered a beat as of Oct 25
Weaknesses in Nokia's (NOK) flagship Networks division have been hurting results for quite some time. Additionally, the view on this particular segment is discouraging.
Higher Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) revenues, partially offset by lower Product and Licenses revenues, drive Citrix's (CTXS) Q3 results. Gross and operating margins grew year over year.
Juniper's (JNPR) third-quarter earnings hurt by weak performance in both Cloud and Telecom/Cable verticals.