Steven Mather

Steven Mather has extensive experience as an equity research analyst covering technology, media and telecommunications (TMT) as well as aerospace, defense and satellite industries. At SMH Capital, Mather was ranked first of 64 analysts covering media-telecom for excess percentage return and first for predicting earnings per share.

Steven‘s years of entrepreneurial experience includes founding Freelance Ventures, a firm specializing in comprehensive due diligence and feasibility analysis, as well as International Satellite Providers, a firm specializing in sales of mobile satellite services. He also worked in Hughes Electronic Corporation’s new ventures team and was among the first dozen employees at U.S. Digital Communications. 

Steven received his Master of Business Administration from the University of Southern California and a Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering from Drexel University.


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Vodafone sues Dutch-based KPN over infrastructure access

Vodafone Netherlands is seeking EUR 115 million in damages from Dutch incumbent KPN on the grounds that KPN abused its dominant position with respect to fixed-line infrastructure access.

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Media & Advertising Mobile & Telecom
Germany approves Deutsche Telekom vectoring plan with conditions

The German telecoms regulator Bundesnetzagentur (FNA) has approved Deutsche Telekom’s use of vectoring on its copper (PSTN) network; on condition it gives its competitors fair access to the new technology.

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Media & Advertising Mobile & Telecom
Mobile Broadband Tiered Plans Offer Customization and Flexibility

As mobile broadband access continues to become an increasingly important portion of their total and data revenue streams, wireless service providers around the world are trying to develop plans to effectively monetize data traffic on their networks. Many carriers including AT&T, Verizon, T-Mobile and Metro PCS in the US, Vodafone, Orange and Telefonica/O2 in the UK, Vodafone and KPN in the Netherlands, are implementing tiered pricing plans for data access on smartphones and other mobile Internet access devices like media table and notebooks.

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Mobile, Consumer & Connected Devices Semiconductors
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