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52231 Postings, 5639 Tage LibudaRakuten wesentlich besser als Rocket

15.11.14 10:58
- und daher habe ich mir nach dem Einstieg bei Alibaba, die inzwischem mehr als 20% gut gemacht haben, auch einige Rakutens gekauft.

Look Out Amazon, Here Comes...Rakuten?
Japanese e-commerce firm Rakuten announced on Tuesday it is acquiring Ebates for $1 billion.

The acquisition, which Rakuten hinted at last week, is part of the Japanese company’s push to grow its base beyond its domestic market and hopefully, become a global player. Having made some $1.2 billion acquisitions to date along these lines, this is Rakuten’s most ambitious move to date.

However, investors are dubious that the company can absorb yet another foreign acquisition, much less one the size of Ebates, despite Rakuten’s strong cash position.
Then there is the ever-present Amazon, which dominates the e-commerce market in the U.S. Few believe it will falter in the face of Chinese giant Alibaba, much less a Rakuten-Ebates combo.

Rakuten Goes Forth

Not surprisingly, Rakuten says it is undaunted. For starters, it has assembled a very interesting mix of acquisitions. There is messaging app Viber, which it purchased for $900 million in February, the Canadian ebook offering Kobo, Spanish video service Wuaki.tv, Viki, a digital content platform and Buy.com.
Now it has picked up Ebates.



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52231 Postings, 5639 Tage LibudaKobo Writing Life Adds Cost-Per-Circulation Model

31.05.20 20:39
Kobo Writing Life Adds Cost-Per-Circulation Model Option for the OverDrive Library Borrowing System

MAY 27, 2020

New Addition: Through the CPC Model, OverDrive distribution outlets will pay the self-published author each time an eBook is checked out by a customer (“CPC price”). The CPC price is 10 percent of the OCOU eBook price, with a minimum price of $0.99 USD. As with OCOU, multiple customers may check out the title at the same time.

“We are delighted to be able to introduce a new way for Kobo Writing Life authors to reach library readers. We believe in allowing authors to reach readers, however they’d like to read. This exciting new opportunity helps KWL authors further diversify their publishing portfolio and makes it easy for librarians to find and take a chance on new, talented authors,” said Tara Cremin, Senior Manager, Author Experience, Kobo Writing Life.

USA Today bestselling author Penny Reid said: “Libraries are essential for book discovery, now more than ever.”



52231 Postings, 5639 Tage LibudaUltimate for K-Drama and Asian entertainment

31.05.20 21:21
The expert fangirls and fanboys for everything K-Drama and Asian entertainment

Viki is a global TV site and the ultimate destination for K-Drama and Asian entertainment. Together with Soompi, the online K-Pop authority, Viki breaks down barriers that stand between great entertainment and its fans, no matter where they are.

We call ourselves the expert fangirls and fanboys for everything K-Drama and Asian entertainment. Together with Soompi, our ultimate K-Pop destination, we work, create, and innovate to bring our fandom dreams to life - one show and one feature at a time.


Unlock the World

Every day, millions of viewers around the world watch, discover, socialize and subtitle the amazing global primetime programs available on Viki. We help content and distribution partners reach and keep new and unlock new revenue opportunities.



52231 Postings, 5639 Tage LibudaAVOD a huge untapped opportunity

01.06.20 08:54
A huge untapped opportunity yet to be realised  

As a result of consumers staying at home, people’s interactions with brands have changed; consumers are looking for brands to communicate authentically at this time.  

A key driver of this attitude is that many consumers’ financial situations have been affected dramatically by the pandemic (35%). Consumers believe the brands that emotionally understand their customers are the ones that will have success after the crisis (26%).  

Some 45% of UK respondents say ads that are funny, engaging, or entertaining will increase their likeliness of using an AVOD service, while 28% of respondents said relevant ads based on individual viewing habits or shopping behaviour will encourage their decision to use the AVOD service.

Anthony Capano, comments, “With over 50% of people globally watching more streaming services, we can create a sense of escapism through entertainment. Brands have the opportunity to be part of this great content and connect with consumers via AVOD platforms at this time.

“Advertising alongside content that captivates people’s attention can help brands build positive relationships with consumers. Whether it’s demonstrating empathy or showing support to local communities, brands can use advertising to demonstrate responsibility.”

The reality of our situation in the “new normal”

Capano concludes, “The change to our daily routines, workspaces and connections with those we hold dearest calls now more than ever for global kindness. Consumers are looking for brands to be considerate and caring, both as employers and in how they treat their customers.  

“Consumers are also looking for video content without wanting to sacrifice the viewing experience to irrelevant or insensitive ads. As long as the messaging of advertising strikes the right tone, AVOD helps brands successfully meet people’s need for escapism during challenging times and creates a new way to engage with audiences.”




52231 Postings, 5639 Tage LibudaRed Hat and Altiostar

01.06.20 18:23
Modernize with a virtualized radio access network from Red Hat and Altiostar

To remain competitive, communications service providers (CSPs) must modernize their infrastructure. Radio access networks (RANs) are one of the most expensive mobile network elements and are often the source of performance problems that affect customer experience. As an alternative to proprietary, hardware-based solutions, Red Hat and Altiostar offer a virtualized RAN (vRAN) solution that can help CSPs deliver more customer value, reduce network costs, and prepare for future growth and uncertainty.



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01.06.20 19:03
Prepare for 5G networks Modernize your radio access network with Red Hat and Altiostar

Relentless demand for mobile broadband
Demand for mobile bandwidth continues to grow as customers access new services and applications. To remain competitive, telecommunications companies must cost-effectively expand their network while also improving user experience. Radio access networks (RANs) are an expensive element in mobile networks. They often require specialized hardware that can be difficult to upgrade and scale. As a result, RANs often become a source of performance problems that affect customer experience. Red Hat and Altiostar offer a virtualized RAN (vRAN) solution that addresses these issues to help you deliver more customer value, reduce capital and operational costs, and prepare for the future.

Modernize and virtualize your radio access network
The Red Hat® and Altiostar solution delivers full RAN functionality using network functions virtualization (NFV) infrastructure from Red Hat and RAN technology from Altiostar. This approach decouples baseband functions from the underlying hardware and creates a software fabric that spans both Long-Term Evolution (LTE) and 5G networks. Within the solution architecture, virtualized baseband units (vBBU) process and dynamically allocate resources to remote radio units (RRUs) based on the current network needs. Baseband functions are split between central units (CUs) and distributed units (DUs) that can be deployed in aggregation centers or in central offices using a distributed architecture.

Reduce costs through network flexibility
Cost control and business efficiency are key concerns for telecommunications companies. The Red Hat and Altiostar solution can help your business manage expenses and increase efficiency using a flexible network architecture. With an open source, industry-standard foundation, you can choose the hardware that best fits your needs and budget. Flexible component connectivity lets you use both existing and new transport networks to maximize the return on existing investments and reduce new capital expenditures. Additionally, a virtualized deployment approach reduces operational expenses.



52231 Postings, 5639 Tage LibudaNew account with the Bank via your Viber

01.06.20 19:57
NMB Bank brings maiden service in Nepalese Banking industry; now open new account with the Bank via your Viber

Wed, May 13, 2020 6:22 AM on Corporate, Latest,

After the successful launch of its innovative service wherein customers can open new accounts via Facebook Messenger, NMB Bank has announced the launch of the  service via the Viber messaging platform.

Customers can now avail account/Fixed Deposit (FD) opening  service through Viber. Amidst the ongoing Covid-19 scenario, the service is one of the many initiatives that the Bank has lined up to create an environment for customers to opt for easy and smart banking whilst simultaneously ensuring safety and security.

“The launch of account/FD opening service via Viber Messaging and Facebook Messenger marks the beginning of a series of innovative and convenient products and services that have been designed to truly enhance the banking experience of our customers. The current situation is apt for the launch of this service as its adds value to customers by helping them conduct banking transactions without having to compromise on their safety” said a statement issued by the Bank.



52231 Postings, 5639 Tage LibudaOnline groceries as demand surges

01.06.20 21:57
Carrefour and DIA turn to Uber Eats and Glovo to sell online groceries as demand surges

Meanwhile, in Spain, supermarket group DIA is partnering with on-demand shopping app Glovo and converting its stores to warehouses. The company has now converted 11 of its stores into areas for preparing online orders and hired an additional 1000 people as pickers and delivery drivers. The stores are located in Madrid, Barcelona, Seville, Malaga and Cadiz.

DIA is also working with Glovo, the on-demand courier app, to add a new channel for distributing orders. The service will be available either through DIA’s site or Glovo’s app. Customers simply place the order and a personal shopper picks it up from the store and delivers.



52231 Postings, 5639 Tage LibudaSkeptical have been largely silenced

02.06.20 09:46

It’s a network architecture that costs 40% less than traditional telecommunication infrastructure and the savings on opex are even better, according to CTO Tareq Amin. The operator is passing some of those savings on to customers in the form of a $28 monthly subscription for unlimited data, voice, and messaging services.

Rakuten Mobile’s successful launch also serves as a clarion call for the wireless industry, proving that there are indeed new and more efficient ways to assemble networks. Virtualization, open RAN, and cloud-native architectures have been demonstrably beneficial for many years, but this is the first time an entire network has been designed from the ground up riding exclusively on those technologies.

Industry observers and competitors that were skeptical of the company’s approach have been largely silenced. However, Rakuten Mobile isn’t completely free from legacy equipment vendors and traditional technology. It is still using technology and hardware from industry stalwarts. Equipment, software, and services from Airspan, Altiostar, Cisco, Intel, Mavenir, NEC, Nokia, Red Hat, and Qualcomm all play a role in Rakuten Mobile’s network.



52231 Postings, 5639 Tage LibudaOhne Corona wäre das sicher aktuell wirkungsvoller

02.06.20 20:40

Aber was noch nicht ist, kann ja noch werden.  


52231 Postings, 5639 Tage LibudaGanz blicke ich nicht durch, aber offensichtlich

02.06.20 22:53
scheint die bisherige Marketing-Abstinenz bei Rakuten Mobile hier aufgeweicht zu sein:

Fixed-line "Rakuten Hikari" is free for one year when you sign up for Rakuten Mobile. New Campaign Implementation-Engadget Japan Version

1 day ago



52231 Postings, 5639 Tage LibudaAuch wenn der Fortschritt nur ein Schnecke ist -

02.06.20 23:07
aber immerhin:

Lyft Inc. LYFT, -2.79% disclosed Tuesday afternoon that ride-hailing activity has picked up as COVID-19 restrictions have eased, and the company improved its forecast for expected second-quarter losses. Shares gained more than 3% in after-hours trading. Lyft admitted that it gave 70% fewer rides in May than it did in the same month last year, but said that rides increased 26% from April and were performing better in cities that have begun relaxing restrictions. "For example, rideshare rides increased 73% in Austin, 41% in Denver, 54% in Las Vegas, 59% in Miami, 64% in Nashville, 42% in New York City, 40% in Phoenix, 49% in Salt Lake City and 40% in Seattle in the month of May 2020 versus the month of April 2020," Lyft disclosed in a filing with the Securities and Exchange Commission. In response, Lyft said that adjusted Ebitda losses would not exceed $325 million, about 10% better than the maximum $360 million in highly adjusted losses the company predicted when it released quarterly earnings in early May.



52231 Postings, 5639 Tage LibudaMessages sent on Viber have increased by 120%

03.06.20 10:01
Online communities thriving amid quarantine, experts say
Cathrine Gonzales June 02, 2020

MANILA, Philippines — More Filipinos are turning to online community groups to access everyday essentials, leaders of virtual communities have noted in a recent webinar organized by public relations agency M2.0 Communications, Inc.

For instance, messages sent on Viber have increased by 120 percent, calls received by users are up by 85%, and the average number of community engagement rose by 120 percent when the community quarantine was enforced in the country amid the coronavirus pandemic.

According to Ejercito, user-generated content communities have become so popular that Viber even has a dedicated community that serves as a directory for existing communities on the app. She said these user-created groups serve as channels that cover a variety of topics and interests, ranging from hyper-local marketplaces to neighborhood coordination points.

Read more: https://technology.inquirer.net/100165/...e-experts-say#ixzz6OHiQYShz



52231 Postings, 5639 Tage LibudaRakuten: Attractive Bet On Mobile

03.06.20 10:11

Jun. 2, 2020 6:40 PM ET

Rakuten is now officially the 4th telecom operator in Japan after SoftBank, NTT, and KDDI.

As a new entrant with no legacy debt, it has a competitive advantage, which allows leveraging the latest cloud-based virtual network technology from the start.

Rakuten has partnered with KDDI to launch an offering at 50% cheaper price than SoftBank and NTT. KDDI has a bleeding market share and will be very incentivized to win.

At 1x P/S, Rakuten is an attractive buy. The stock has received a lot of pressure in the last few years, potentially due to the volatile profit margins and perception of over-expansion.

Rakuten is still the largest eCommerce player in Japan by far. Core business still grows at +18%, while it also has enough scale and capital to enter virtually any market.



52231 Postings, 5639 Tage LibudaRakuten Mobile and NEC Agree to Jointly Develop

03.06.20 11:48
Rakuten Mobile and NEC Agree to Jointly Develop Containerized Standalone 5G Core Network
Business Wire
June 3, 2020

Rakuten Mobile, Inc. and NEC Corporation (NEC; TSE: 6701) today announced that the two companies have reached an agreement to jointly develop the containerized standalone (SA) 5G core network (5GC) to be utilized in Rakuten Mobile’s fully virtualized cloud native 5G network.

Based on the agreement, Rakuten Mobile and NEC will jointly develop the coHTML-Editor einschalten
ntainerized SA 5G mobile core to be made available on the Rakuten Communications Platform (RCP), Rakuten Mobile’s fully virtualized and containerized cloud-native mobile network platform. The two companies will collaborate to build a Japan-made, highly reliable 5GC, based on the 5GC software source code developed by NEC. Subsequent to the launch of its non-standalone (NSA) 5G service in 2020, Rakuten Mobile aims to provide its SA 5G service in Japan in 2021.

The containerized 5GC will also play a key role in the global expansion of RCP, a platform aimed at offering solutions and services for the deployment of virtualized networks at speed and low cost by telecom companies and enterprises around the world, tailored for their unique needs. The 5GC will be offered as an application on the RCP Marketplace, allowing customers to quickly and easily "click, purchase and deploy" a fully virtualized SA 5G core network solution.



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03.06.20 12:25
Rakuten Mobile and NEC: 5G Technology Collaboration



52231 Postings, 5639 Tage Libuda$3.3 billion of unrestricted cash, cash equivalent

03.06.20 14:08
and short-term investments

Lyft also pointed out that it has taken further steps to improve its financial position. In May, Lyft completed a convertible debt offering, along with corresponding capped call transactions. On a pro forma basis for these transactions, Lyft held approximately $3.3 billion of unrestricted cash, cash equivalents and short-term investments as of March 31, 2020.



52231 Postings, 5639 Tage LibudaExcellent for Rakuten Trade

03.06.20 16:12

Malaysia will double online trading limits this year as the rush of small investors into stocks helped push the market into bull territory.

The Securities Commission will allow up to 100,000 ringgit ($23,500) daily online settlement in the second half, from the current limit of 30,000 to 50,000 ringgit, Executive Chairman Syed Zaid Albar said in an emailed response to questions.

The benchmark FTSE Bursa Malaysia KLCI Index has risen more than 20% from a low in March, led mainly by glove makers, with trading volume hitting a record 11 billion shares. Individual investors are finding more time to flock into stocks from their homes amid a nationwide lockdown, spurred on by relatively cheap stocks amid low interest rates.

Malaysians’ renewed interest in online trading has also helped a local unit of Rakuten Securities Inc. turn profitable in April since opening in 2017, said Kaoru Arai, managing director of Rakuten Trade. The online brokerage, a joint venture between Rakuten and Kenanga Investment Bank Bhd., now has more than 1 billion ringgit of client assets under trust, he added.



52231 Postings, 5639 Tage LibudaReaching its target of 3 million users years end

03.06.20 17:26
We believe Rakuten has a strong positioning to succeed in reaching its target of 3 million users by the end of 2020. As it stands, it is well-capitalized and already has a strategic presence in other online consumer areas such as eCommerce and fintech, which will accelerate the overall user acquisition at a lower cost. Indeed, the majority of the registration has happened online so far. Since the launch in Q1, data consumption has increased by 3x while the number of base stations on air has also exceeded the initial plan.



52231 Postings, 5639 Tage LibudavRAN product tests passed successfully

03.06.20 18:55
Startup Altiostar introduced its first virtual RAN product, saying that it has already been tried out by several carriers. Virtualized RAN products map the baseband controller functions of traditional basestations so that they can be run on "white box" servers in a central location or closer to the edge of the network. This allows operators to pool or adjust radio resources, depending on traffic.

Altiostar has video about the new product offering:

The product is available now. Kuntal Chowdhury, VP of Marketing at Altiostar, says that some carriers have already been checking the product out. "Several tier-1 operators have tested the vRAN product and the tests passed successfully," he told Light Reading Monday.



52231 Postings, 5639 Tage LibudaRakuten TV holt Euronews als ersten Live-Kanal an

03.06.20 21:59
DAUN, 03.06.2020 - 13:58 Uhr

Der VoD-Streaming-Dienst Rakuten TV holt mit „Euronews“ den ersten Live-Kanal auf seiner Plattform an Bord. Der internationale Nachrichtensender wird, nach einer schrittweisen Einführung in den Ländern Europas, kostenlos rund um die Uhr informative Inhalte bereitstellen.

Der Kanal wird bis zum 8. Juni in allen von Rakuten TV abgedeckten europäischen Ländern als Teil des kostenlosen Angebots der Plattform über AVOD (Advertising-Video-on-Demand) zur Verfügung stehen.
Das Inhaltsportfolio des Senders bietet Nachrichten mit einer europäischen Perspektive, die aktuelle Angelegenheiten, Wirtschaft, Kultur, Sport, Science-Tech und Lifestyle abdecken.

Der Live-Feed wird in sechs Sprachen verfügbar sein, darunter Französisch, Portugiesisch, Italienisch, Deutsch, Spanisch und Englisch.

Seit 2. Juni steht der Kanal in Italien zur Verfügung. Am 3. Juni folgt die Aufschaltung in Frankreich, Belgien und Luxembourg. Am 4. Juni geht der Kanal in Spanien und Portugal auf Sendung. Die Aufschaltung in Deutschland erfolgt am 8. Juni. Zudem geht der Sender am 8. Juni in den folgenden Ländern an den Start: Albanien, Bosnien/Herzegovina, Bulgarien, Dänemark, England, Estland, Finnland, Griechenland, Irland, Island, Kroatien, Lettland, Litauen, Makedonien, Malta, Montenegro, Niederlande, Norwegen, Österreich, Polen, Rumänien, Schweden, Schweiz, Serbien, Slovakien, Slovenien, Tschechische Republik, Ukraine, Ungarn und Zypern.

Die Inhalte von Euronews stehen in der Rakuten TV-App für Samsung Electronics- und LG Smart TV-Modelle ab 2019 zu Verfügung. Anschließend werde dies auf andere geeignete Geräte ausgeweitet, hieß es abschließend.



52231 Postings, 5639 Tage LibudaRakuten ist hier einer der wichtigen Eigner

04.06.20 08:23
Carousell, a Singapore-based online marketplace, announced on Monday the official launch of a property listing platform in Hong Kong.

The startup is partnering with Hong Kong companies, including Midland Realty, one of the city’s biggest realtors, to provide listings of local and overseas residential and industrial property for sale and rent through its Carousell mobile application.

The platform, called Carousell Property, also includes a variety of services, including Home Services (home repairs, moving, renovation), Home & Furniture (furniture, gardening) and Kitchen and Appliances, as well as a chat function to talk directly to merchants.

Carousell was cofounded by Marcus Tan, Lucas Ngoo and Siu Rui Quek in 2012. Since then, Carousell has grown into a platform with more than 250 million listings. In 2016, Ngoo and Quek were honored as part of the Forbes 30 Under 30 Asia.

The startup is backed by telecommunications company Norwegian mobile operator Telenor Group, South African tech giant Naspers and venture capital firms Rakuten Ventures and Sequoia India. Carousell mainly operates in Singapore, Taiwan, the Philippines, Malaysia, Indonesia, Hong Kong, New Zealand, Australia and Canada, and has more than 250 million listings.



52231 Postings, 5639 Tage LibudaLyft could benefit post coronavirus

04.06.20 20:52
Keybanc: Uber, Lyft could benefit post coronavirus

Yahoo Finance Video•June 3, 2020


According to a note released by Keyblanc Capital Markets, both Uber and Lyft could see a spike in their profits as states begin to reopen, mainly due to people living in cities who choose to use the ride-sharing apps in lieu of taking public transportation. Yahoo Finance’s The Final Round panel discuss the details of the note’s longterm predictions.


1253 Postings, 958 Tage irgendwieUnd

05.06.20 08:13
nach wie vor ein unterirdischer Kurs unter 8 Euro  

52231 Postings, 5639 Tage LibudaRakuten und Intel

05.06.20 08:55
Peep under the hood of Rakuten Mobile’s new network in Japan and you’ll find one of the biggest names in the global computing industry. As well as being inside many of the world’s PCs and servers, Intel technology is pivotal to enabling the cloud-based automation that underpins Rakuten’s innovative approach to providing cellular service using cloud.

To help it harness the cloud technologies that have revolutionized the computing industry, Rakuten Mobile is deploying Intel processors and field programmable gate arrays (FPGAs) across its network. “Our silicon is in the radio access network (RAN), the base stations, in the remote radio heads, in the 5G ready mobile core — all in centralized and edge telco clouds: Intel technology has created an end-to-end foundation for this innovative infrastructure,” says Caroline Chan, vice president and general manager of Intel’s Network Business Incubator Division.

For example, the data centers in the heart of Rakuten Mobile’s fully virtualized network are equipped with servers that use Intel’s high-performance Xeon processors, and are supported by Intel’s FPGAs to achieve accelerated radio performance. Rakuten Mobile is also using Intel technology in its edge data centers, which are designed to provide very rapid response times for applications and rich media content. These standards-based edge servers are powerful enough to provide Rakuten Mobile’s customers with immersive experiences, such as video streams of live sport and other entertainment in high definition, while also supporting all edge computing applications, including online gaming and OTT (over-the-top).

“The real difference is that this network was built with edge services in mind from the ground-up, rather than as an afterthought,” explains Chan. “It is more service-orientated.  It will provide a multi-sensory experience for consumers that goes above and beyond the traditional KPIs (key performance indicators).”



52231 Postings, 5639 Tage LibudaRakuten has made no secret about its plans to sell

05.06.20 22:55
its underlying network platform to other operators, governments and enterprises in Japan and elsewhere

MIKE DANO, Editorial Director, 5G & Mobile Strategies

Japan's Rakuten said NEC – a fellow Japanese company – will supply its 5G core. The news is notable considering Rakuten is widely regarded as being on the forefront of the industry's move toward virtualized, cloud-native, open wireless networks, and therefore its vendor selections represent an important signal to the wider industry.

And Rakuten's selection of NEC as its 5G core supplier means that the Japanese vendor will power the "brains" of Rakuten's 5G network. The 5G core will run everything from network slicing to edge computing, a situation that has attracted a wide range of vendors – including Microsoft, Huawei, Oracle, Cisco and Ericsson – to the 5G core market.

Further, Rakuten has made no secret about its plans to sell its underlying network platform to other operators, governments and enterprises in Japan and elsewhere, and so the vendors it works with on its Japanese wireless network will therefore likely be included in those international efforts as well.
NEC is one of a wide range of upstart vendors powering Rakuten's mobile network in Japan; other vendors include Allot, Ciena, Cisco, Innoeye, Intel, Mavenir, Netcracker, OKI, Qualcomm, Quanta, Red Hat, Tech Mahindra and Viavi. In terms of the 4G network that Rakuten launched in April, Nokia supplies the radios and Altiostar supplies the open RAN management software. For the 5G network that Rakuten plans to launch in September, NEC will supply the 3.8GHz MIMO radios, Airspan will provide the 28GHz radios, and Altiostar will supply the Open RAN management software.

Nokia also supplies Rakuten's 4G IMS core for its VoLTE service, while NEC will supply its 5G core. According to research and consulting firm Dell'Oro, the market for mobile network cores grew 10% year-over-year to nearly $8 billion in the first quarter of 2020.



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