An Upgrade to My Competitive Telecom Trends Pages

August 20th, 2012 by · 1 Comment

I have updated my competitive telecom trends pages with both new data (for Q2 and a few additional companies) and several charts that I have been working on over time. Along with the Net-Debt/EBITDA plot, the collection now includes a Revenue/Employee and EBITDA/Employee plots, although the number of data points is relatively sparse still for both.  You can always find these pages in the Resources section, but here’s links to all eight:

Valuation: EV/EBITDA
EBITDA Margin
Capex/Revenue
Revenue Growth
(EBITDA-Capex)/Revenue
Net Debt/EBITDA
Revenue/Employee
EBITDA/Employee

To be included in these charts, a company or subsidiary must primarily serve the wholesale and enterprise space (not consumer) via a fiber-based network.  The charts are not meant to reflect a race to the top or bottom, but rather as a tool to help understand where each fits in the sector.  Different business models are reflected by different metrics and relative valuations.

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