Spanish telecom titan Telefónica is allegedly exploring a potential divestment from its successful subsidiary, Telefónica Tech. With a speculated valuation over €2 billion, Tech has made impressive strides in sectors like cybersecurity and IoT. However, despite robust revenue growth, the benefits of Tech to Telefónica’s overall operations remain ambiguous. Will Telefónica cash in, or continue cultivating this promising asset? Insights may be revealed in the CEO’s upcoming strategy announcement. Stay informed as we delve deeper into this intriguing possibility.

Telefónica Tech and Fortinet announce new SD-WAN service As the hybrid and cloud-centric work model has become the new normal, Telefónica Tech and the cybersecurity firm Fortinet have unveiled a new worldwide managed, software-defined wide area networking (SD-WAN) solution aimed at the work-from-home market. Fortinet’s latest solution, flexWAN, will debut in Spain before being rolled out internationally across Telefónica’s European and American markets. For corporate personnel connecting from their workplaces or other locations to their jobs, this solution combines networking and security into a single product. Read more at: https://tinyurl.com/yrtssb94 Vodafone launches Eco-SIMs Vodafone has announced that it will begin providing customers half-sized Eco-SIM cards manufactured from recycled plastic. The Eco-SIM should reduce the requirement for 320 tonnes of new plastic to be manufactured each year, resulting in a reduction of about 1,280 tonnes of CO2 emissions each year. Eco-SIMs are expected to be gradually introduced in all twelve of…