Nokia delivered strong results in the second quarter, with each of our three businesses performing very well.
I am particularly pleased by Nokia Networks, which delivered improved performance
, despite a year
year decline in net sales
on a cons
tant currency basis.
Software sales were up significantly; core
networking sales improved; we saw a reduced impact of strategic entry deals; Global Services had one of its
best quarters in the history of the company; and cost
s remained well under control.
While we expect the telecom infrastructure market to remain challenging, I believe that our disciplined
operating model and strong execution capabilities will continue to differe
ntiate us in this environment.
Additionally, we remain highly focused on reduc
ing costs and improving efficiency in order to mitigate the
impact of market conditions.
Nokia Technologies not only continued its licensing momentum in the quarter with a new agreement with LG,
but also recently unveiled OZO, a truly game
The team in “Tech” has shown
both disciplined execution in licensing and an entrepreneurial spirit in pursuing new growth opportunities.
HERE continued to deliver well, again showing year
ales and profitability growth.
review of that business is now in an advanced stage, and I would like to reiterate that our focus is on what is in
the best interests of our shareholders and the long term future of HERE.
Overall, with these results, we are well positioned to deliver
on our full
year 2015 commitments.
President and CEO
net sales in Q2 2015 of EUR 3.2 billion (EUR 2.9 billion in Q2 2014), up 9% year-on-year
(down 1% year-on-year on a constant currency basis)
Non-IFRS diluted EPS in Q2 2015 of EUR 0.09(EUR 0.06 in Q2 2014), an increase of
50% year-on-year; reported diluted EPS in Q2 2015 of EUR 0.09(loss of EUR 0.01 in Q2 2014)
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Urban, Combes CEO made a lot of large firms very upset and mad by giving away ALU to NOK and I mean GIVE away. Those same large firms are going to continue to punish NOK for it. Even if NOK beats on every metric, I still think the share price will continue to drift lower. If they miss on any metric, NOK will get hammered. I am now out of both as of last week after I heard NOK was only going to get 2.7 B for HERE MAPS. This is a Chinese reverse merger, which means NOK is going to issue more than half of its market cap in new shares to purchase ALU diluting NOK in half, no cash. After that, NOK will do a reverse stock split to get its share price back up to normal levels, instead of share buyback. Criticize me all you want and give me many thumbs down, but if you have any profit in this stock at all, I implore you to get out. This will not end well. I know, I've rode similar ventures all the way down. I am not a pumper or a basher, just my honest concerned opinion....... :)
Will it effect arbitration settlement, as to money amount and closing date ?...
Samsung Electronics's second-quarter profit missed analysts’ estimates after misfiring on its Galaxy S6 sales strategy and losing ground in emerging markets to Chinese smartphone brands.
Fog details go to YF article, title as above...
cornelius, fkkkk you if you're trying to pretend there is no such thing as corruption or maniuplation. I guess it takes a #$%$ to defend one, and so I have to wonder just what is going through your mind at any given time when you try and pretend that NOK's price movement is legit and by the book. You ain't fooling anybody, and when there's so much money at stake, crime is a way of life, not just a passing phase, comprende?
On the positive side, at least we both agree that NOK is a solid long term play. I'm glad we can agree on something. Now get back to work pushing propoganda for the GOP, and do your best, otherwise you may end up saluting Hillary as your next president (mwhahah).
Typo, $20,000 and that's camera, Rig, storage, batteries, software suite and only if this does high-end 4k. Comparable to a Scarlet Red in a sense. Need to see more Specs but couldn't imagine $50,000. 8K times 8 streams, no way. Then we would be talking over $50,000. I could see Nokia pulling of a much smaller consumer version to get it into the public hands for $800.