Posts tagged “Tekelec”
Analysis: Oracle, which now has a major presence in the Research Triangle after the acquisition of Tekelec, missed estimates on both earnings and earnings in its latest financial report Thursday. Matthew Healey, an analyst at Technology Business Research, goes inside the numbers.
Triangle firms such as Lenovo, Appia and Tekelec, which is now part of Oracle, as well as various other mobile data technology firms, app developers and mobile game creators can find a lot of good news in a new study from Ericsson about wireless trends. Suffice it to say, mobile is a target rich environment.
This mobile location-based marketing tsunami is getting out of hand. As Facebook and Cisco partner to target shoppers in malls through Wi-Fi, be forewarned: Some people like me don't like losing control of their phones!
Oracle Chief Executive Officer Larry Ellison's pay package declined 18 percent to $78.4 million for fiscal 2013 after he gave up an annual bonus and the company missed some of its profit targets.
As is the case with any merger and acquisition, jobs are likely to be lost due to overlap among the joined companies or the need to cut costs or cutting product lines - or a mix of all three. But major job reductions apparently aren't coming at Tekelec, analysts were led to believe in a talk with Oracle.
Inside the Oracle-Tekelec deal: Oracle, best known as a database giant, is moving into telecommunications through its buy of Tekelec and an earlier announced deal for Acme Packet. International analysis firm Ovum says Oracle sees opportunities to help telecom providers better monetize their networks and cites SAS as a potential competitor.
Inside the Oracle-Tekelec deal: More turmoil for Morrisville work force or opportunities for growth in a larger venture? Does Wall Street like the deal? So far, not really.
Oracle is acquiring privately held Tekelec, a global provider of network signalling and other services. Tekelec management and employees are "expected" to join Oracle's Communications Global Business Unit, Tekelec just went private in 2012 in a deal worth $780 million.
Choices in both price and service offerings are the top priorities for telecommunications consumers - who will pay more if they can get more personalized services, according to a new report from Signals Research Group.
Tekelec will provide diameter signaling routers to T-Mobile as the wireless provider upgrades its network to LTE technology.
Ubuntu 'spanks' Red Hat; Lenovo first with Windows 8?; Cisco's software play; iPad may boost Tekelec; Nortel patents' new owners
Inside the Bulldog blog: Ubuntu's founder says his Linux is beating Red Hat; Lenovo reportedly wants first Windows 8 tablet; Cisco's CEO wants more software; iPad demand may help Tekelec's signaling business; "Rock Star" consortium gets OK to license former Nortel patents.
In its first major contract announced since the telecommunications gear and software company was taken private, Tekelec plants a big flag in an emerging communications market called Diameter Routing. Tekelec announces five more deals on Monday.
In an SEC filing, the Morrisville-based telecommunications gear and software firm says its CEO, general counsel and CFO will be compensated $1.6 million or more each if the $780 million of the acquisition by Siris Capital and its partners is approved.
Private equity firm Siris Capital Group and some additional partners have agreed to pay $11 a share for the Morrisville-based telecommunications company. But a buying frenzy sends stock as high as $11.49.
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