The world’s most valuable Telecom brands: China has 4 top brands, with a value of 442 billion

Recently, brand finance, a British brand evaluation agency, released a list of the 150 most valuable Telecom brands in the world in 2020. < / P > < p > ranked as China Mobile, China Telecom, China Unicom and China Telecom. Among them, China Mobile ranks third in the world with a value of US $49.023 billion. < p > < p > but Verizon from the United States, with a brand value of US $63.692 billion, ranks first in the list, and it is hard to beat at & T, China Mobile, Deutsche Telekom and other well-known brands. < p > < p > the history of Verizon can be traced back to 1983, and its predecessor was one of the seven Baby Bells of at & T, namely Atlantic bell. What’s interesting is that in the following 30 years, Verizon’s value surpassed at & T, which was a typical example of the company being better than at & T. Generally speaking, the son has become more powerful than Laozi. < / P > < p > after the breakup, at & T seems to be addicted to “self cutting”, and has taken the initiative to split up several times. Unfortunately, after the third spin off after the millennium, it gradually declined and was finally acquired by SBC. SBC was one of the companies it spun off for the first time. < p > < p > in contrast, Atlantic bell embarked on the road of merger and acquisition after its separation from at & T. It is understood that it merged with another company, Nynex, in the 1990s. < / P > < p > we understand that after a merger and acquisition, Verizon has become the largest local electric company in the United States, the largest wireless communication company, and the largest provider of printed yellow pages and online wilderness information in the world. < / P > < p > it is not difficult to find that Verizon was not a real start-up from the beginning, but inherited the assets of at & T. In short, it has a high starting point at the beginning of its birth. After a series of merger and acquisition operations, the volume has expanded rapidly. The company spent about $130 billion on Verizon’s stake in Verizon. In the following years, the company acquired AOL and Yahoo’s search, advertising, email and instant messaging assets. < / P > < p > it is through a large number of acquisitions that Verizon has formed telecom services, mobile communications, data services and other sectors. Its business covers dozens of countries in Europe, America and Asia. < / P > < p > according to the 2020 world top 500 list, Verizon’s revenue is $131.868 billion, while at & T’s revenue is $181193 million. But in terms of profits, Verizon outperformed at & T. < p > < p > in fact, both Verizon and at & T are based on many epoch-making inventions developed by Bell Labs. For example, Verizon has lagged behind in technology R & D investment in recent years. Previously, Huawei sued Verizon for patent infringement. It can be seen that Verizon’s own R & D investment is insufficient, which leads to the backwardness of technology patents. However, it infringes other people’s patents in a rogue way. The author believes that Verizon’s success today depends on the assets left by at & T when it was spun off, and at the same time supports its huge volume through a large number of acquisitions. However, in terms of technological innovation, there has been no sharp edge of Bell Labs in recent years. The lack of investment in technology is obviously not conducive to its competition in the global market. Continue ReadingXiaomi new machine real machine exposure center dig hole screen design or high color thousand yuan machine