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Growing Worldwide Communication Increases Demand - Research Report on Ruckus Wireless, Aruba Networks, Ericsson, Telefonica Brasil and Verizon Communications

NEW YORK, February 28, 2013 /PRNewswire/ --

Today, Investors Alliance announced new research reports highlighting Ruckus Wireless Inc (NYSE: RKUS), Aruba Networks, Inc. (NASDAQ: ARUN), Ericsson (ADR) (NASDAQ: ERIC), Telefonica Brasil SA (ADR) (NYSE: VIV) and Verizon Communications Inc. (NYSE: VZ). Today's readers may access these reports free of charge - including full price targets, industry analysis and analyst ratings - via the links below.

Ruckus Wireless Inc Research Report

Airtel Africa has chosen Ruckus Wireless to provide high-traffic wireless access points for a large-scale project that will introduce Wi-Fi networks across 17 African countries. At present, 85 percent of subscribers in the Africa and Middle East are connected to 2G networks, showing the pressing need for a more developed mobile data service. Installing Wi-Fi is more attractive than adding 3G and 4G LTE networks because of its affordability. Ruckus has not yet commented on the news, but shares for the Wi-Fi equipment maker have already jumped following the report. Aside from this potential deal, Ruckus has announced that Nomsys LLC has selected Ruckus Smart Wi-Fi products and technology to create the largest Wi-Fi network in Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia. These projects are expected to elevate Ruckus to a high position in the Wi-Fi market. The Full Research Report on Ruckus Wireless Inc - including full detailed breakdown, analyst ratings and price targets - is available to download free of charge at: []


Aruba Networks, Inc. Research Report

Aruba Networks climbed 22 percent after the wireless network equipment maker posted earnings for the fiscal second quarter 2013. Revenue increased by 23 percent year-over-year and the company also achieved record operating margin. The company highlights its MOVE architecture as the main driver for growth. Aruba is capitalizing on the number of companies that are looking to provide wireless access to customers and employees. Recently, NTT BroadbandPlatform, Inc. also selected Aruba's WLAN solution as the infrastructure for its new Wi-Fi Cloud Service. Other recent clients for Aruba include Rex Healthcare Inc. and Quinnipiac University. With strong margins and an increasing number of clients, the company is optimistic about its performance for the rest of the year. The Full Research Report on Aruba Networks, Inc. - including full detailed breakdown, analyst ratings and price targets - is available to download free of charge at: []


Ericsson (ADR) Research Report

Ericsson has been establishing partnerships to provide more products to its customers. Ericsson and SAP AG have partnered to market and sell cloud-based, machine-to-machine solutions and services to enhance enterprise efficiency. This will provide great opportunities for Ericsson to reach new customers in different industries and markets, given the growing demand for M2M solutions. According to Hans Vestberg, President and CEO of Ericsson, "The global M2M service revenue is estimated to reach more than $200 billion by 2017. This partnership gives us a chance to unlock that potential." Furthermore, Ericsson has also partnered with Telstra to deliver world-class LTE experience for Telstra users and expand Telstra's LTE networks in Australia. These deals provide growth opportunities for the network-equipment maker. As the company's profitability improves, many expect Ericsson to report impressive results in the coming quarters. The Full Research Report on Ericsson (ADR) - including full detailed breakdown, analyst ratings and price targets - is available to download free of charge at: []


Telefonica Brasil SA (ADR) Research Report

Telefonica Brasil posted fourth quarter net profit of 1.47 billion Brazilian reais or $747 million, up 0.8 percent and beating the average forecast of 1.1 billion reais. Being the largest mobile phone company in Brazil with 29.1% market share, many are betting on Telefonica to perform well in the long-term. Analysts also note the company's huge subscriber base and its expanding 3G network. For 2013, Telefonica Brasil is adding an 11 to 12 percent increase in capital spending for its TV and broadband business to improve its performance in this segment. The Full Research Report on Telefonica Brasil SA (ADR) - including full detailed breakdown, analyst ratings and price targets - is available to download free of charge at: []


Verizon Communications Inc. Research Report

Verizon CFO Fran Shammo repeated his previous statements regarding his interest to acquire Vodafone's 45 percent stake in their wireless venture. At present, Verizon Wireless has the largest 4G LTE network and the most reliable 3G LTE network. Aside from this, Verizon has also been investing on its wireline business. In 2012, the company spent $347 million Florida, $1.5 billion in New York, and $627 in New Jersey for wireline infrastructures. A new technology for voice service called VoLTE has also emerged, and Verizon plans on rolling out VoLTE starting this year. With the top wireless business, and a strong wireline business, many expect long-term growth for Verizon. The Full Research Report on Verizon Communications Inc.- including full detailed breakdown, analyst ratings and price targets - is available to download free of charge at: []


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