|Bid||0.00 x 2900|
|Ask||0.00 x 900|
|Day's Range||16.58 - 16.76|
|52 Week Range||15.34 - 18.57|
|Beta (3Y Monthly)||0.05|
|PE Ratio (TTM)||19.10|
|Forward Dividend & Yield||0.95 (5.81%)|
|1y Target Est||20.47|
Enedis, the leading European energy distributor, has entrusted Orange Business Services to support its transition toward a more effective and smarter electricity distribution network. The energy transition is characterized by the growth of fluctuating and decentralized energy production (wind and sun) and the rise of new uses, such as self-consumption and electric vehicle charging. In this context, equipping the power network with cutting-edge IT and digital technologies is essential to manage the increasing complexity of the power system.
As part of Orange’s ambition to succeed in the field of connected objects, Orange today announces the commercial launch of its Long Term Evolution for Machines (LTE-M) network in France. The launch in France follows the opening of Orange’s first LTE-M network in Belgium in May 2018. The launches mark Orange’s progress in serving the connected object market and underline its commitment to deploy LTE-M and LoRa® as its leading IoT technologies across its European footprint.
PARIS & ZURICH-- -- Amcor adopts hybrid cloud services to reduce intra-company complexities and costs Orange Business Services combines its public cloud solution “Flexible Engine” with private cloud IaaS to connect Amcor’s global operations Amcor, a leading global packaging company, has deployed hybrid cloud services from Orange Business Services to connect its worldwide infrastructure, both simplifying ...
In June 2018, Orange SA (EPA:ORA) released its earnings update. Generally, analysts seem extremely confident, as a 63% rise in profits is expected in the upcoming year, relative to the Read More...
The French Joint Directorate for Infrastructure Networks and Information Systems (DIRISI) selected Orange Business Services and Telespazio France to provide several satellite communication capabilities and the associated managed services to all military and state entities involved in this framework agreement. Orange Business Services and Telespazio France, a subsidiary of Telespazio ( a joint venture between Leonardo, 67%, and Thales, 33%), have pooled their teams, skills and infrastructures to develop an offer dedicated to state requirements, known as MONaLiSat (National Meta-Operator for Satellite Connections).
If you want to know who really controls Orange SA (EPA:ORA), then you’ll have to look at the makeup of its share registry. Large companies usually have institutions as shareholders, Read More...
PARIS , Oct. 16, 2018 /PRNewswire/ -- Digital identity authentication leader Payfone announced today that it has signed a deal with global telecommunications operator Orange to provide authentication and anti-fraud services in four new international markets. By leveraging Orange's European footprint, Payfone will extend its award-winning cybersecurity and authentication products to France, Spain, Romania and Poland, with additional countries going live in 2019.
PARIS-- -- Private, secured, on-premise LoRaWAN™ available worldwide Managed, scalable and affordable global IoT solution Orange Business Services is accelerating the internet of things in enterprises with IoT Connect Anywhere, its low power wide area network connectivity offering based on LoRa open standard technology. IoT Connect Anywhere provides on-premise connectivity suitable for a range of applications, ...
THE HAGUE, Netherlands, Oct. 10, 2018 /PRNewswire/ - Orange one of the world's leading telecommunications operators, and EXFO the communications industry's test, monitoring and analytics experts, today announced that Orange has integrated EXFO's passive virtual probes (vProbes) into the Beijing Release of the Open Network Automation Platform (ONAP). This industry-first integration of a passive probing virtual network function (VNF) into the ONAP release delivers service assurance for SDN/NFV commercial deployments.
THE HAGUE, Netherlands , Oct. 10, 2018 /CNW Telbec/ - Orange one of the world's leading telecommunications operators, and EXFO the communications industry's test, monitoring and analytics experts, today announced that Orange has integrated EXFO's passive virtual probes (vProbes) into the Beijing Release of the Open Network Automation Platform (ONAP). This industry-first integration of a passive probing virtual network function (VNF) into the ONAP release delivers service assurance for SDN/NFV commercial deployments.
Octo Telematics, the leading provider of telematics and data analytics for the auto insurance industry, has renewed and expanded its contract with Orange Business Services. The new three-year contract will allow Octo to manage, monitor and diagnose a large fleet of IoT devices autonomously, which will enhance its customers’ service quality and optimize their operational efficiency.
Despite promising technological advancements, product launches and deployment of 5G technologies, now the big focus will be on how the telecom industry adapts to the new set of tariffs.
There are a number of reasons that attract investors towards large-cap companies such as Orange SA (EPA:ORA), with a market cap of €36.55b. Market participants who are conscious of riskRead More...
LONDON—The same type of blind auction used to pick players in fantasy football leagues could decide the fate of Sky PLC, a media company that employs 30,000 people and has a stock-market value of $36 billion. Comcast Corp. on Saturday is slated to bid against a team of Walt Disney Co. and 21st Century Fox Inc. in a day-long auction here that—if it goes down to the wire—will culminate in the two sides submitting secret bids to a British regulator. A winner will be disclosed later in the day. From AT&T and Time Warner to the hot pursuit of 21st Century Fox and Sky, media mergers are in full swing.
Following the acquisition of Basefarm in August and increasing its cloud revenues by 18% in the 1st half of 2018, Orange Business Services is pressing ahead with its growth strategy for the cloud computing market. On average, enterprises rely on five different cloud providers, 81% of which operate in a multi-cloud environment1. To support these companies manage this diversity, Orange Business Services has chosen to be agnostic in its choice of cloud technologies.
The merger music is playing again in France’s telecom industry, two years after the last failed takeover attempt. Consolidation returned as a hot topic when Bloomberg reported in April that Bouygues SA was considering teaming up with investment firms to bid for Patrick Drahi’s struggling French business, Altice Europe NV’s SFR. Bouygues has since confirmed an approach, without naming the target.
The majority shareholder of Iliad SA helped create much of the turmoil in the French mobile phone market by undercutting the prices charged by incumbents Orange SA, Bouygues SA and Altice Europe NV’s SFR. Now the tables have turned, and those rivals are beating Iliad with their own low-cost offerings. The upshot is that Iliad’s mobile and broadband subscriber numbers both fell in the first half.
Simmons & Simmons, an international legal practice based in the UK, has leveraged a private cloud solution from Orange Business Services for greater business flexibility and improved resilience for vital customer data. The law firm introduced the Orange private cloud solution as part of a move toward an IT-as-a-service model to benefit its customers. It evolved to now include an Orange managed backup solution using the Veeam platform, which provides a unified backup system and data replication for mission-critical applications and disaster recovery globally.
In this article, I will take a look at Orange SA’s (EPA:ORA) most recent earnings update (30 June 2018) and compare these latest figures against its performance over the pastRead More...
A recent report by Research and Markets shows that the 5G market in Europe is expected to grow at an average annual rate of 141.0% to reach $47.6 billion in revenues by 2025. Vodafone (VOD) is one of the largest telecom providers in Europe. The company is well-positioned to take advantage of Europe’s rapidly expanding 5G market.
Orange today announced that it has completed the acquisition of 100% of Basefarm through its enterprise subsidiary Orange Business Services following the approbation of the relevant competition authorities. Basefarm is a leading European player in cloud-based infrastructure and services, as well as the management of critical applications and data analysis. Basefarm has a strong operational presence in several European countries, particularly in Norway, Sweden, the Netherlands, Austria and in Germany, where it boasts a cutting-edge big data activity with its subsidiary The unbelievable Machine Company.
IBM’s (IBM) Strategic Imperatives business, which comprises its analytics and cloud units, has continued to see strong growth, driven by robust enterprise cloud demand. The cloud sub-segment contributes ~47% of IBM’s Strategic Imperatives revenue. In the last five quarters, the cloud business has grown at a compound annual rate of 4.8%, buoyed by growing digitalization across different industries, and Strategic Imperatives has grown 3.5% compounded annually.
In order to maintain a strong foothold, Netflix (NFLX) continues to incur huge marketing expenses in both the United States and international markets. From the graph above, you can see Netflix’s marketing cost trend in the last five quarters. Netflix is facing cutthroat competition in its domestic market from other low-cost OTT (over-the-top) service providers, including Hulu and Amazon (AMZN) Prime Video.