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“The rest is siphoned off in salaries and other opex.”
“I am making a decision to invest this year, while I am profitable, than have the project costs drain my retained earnings/opex for next year, a year which I believe will be lean.”
“An open source software product is free to get through the door, and services around it are delivered from opex not capex.”
“Open source services and cloud computing will benefit from the tight financial situation where conditions will favour opex and not capex.”
“It found the best deals at Everdial (everdial. com), which offers 4.9 cents a minute without monthly fees, and Opex (opex. org), which charges 4.5 cents a minute, with a $2 fee that kicks in when your monthly bill falls below $20.”
“BT is the first operator in Europe planning a Class 5 central office migration to VoIP and this has the potential to bring massive savings of 43% on the opex of the voice network and deployment of broadband, as well as the ability to offer more sophisticated broadband products.”
“It's very simple really: If you make sure that each contract you bid on is profitable, both when you bid and when you implement, then overall the company stays profitable, as long as you control your fixed costs and opex.”
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“Many of the natural potential buyers for WebOS seem content with keeping their opex low and dual-sourcing their OS from Android and Windows," including Sony Ericsson, ZTE and Huawei.”
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