Oracle Big Data Appliance, Oracle Exadata, and Oracle Exalogic enable us to efficiently and cost-effectively ingest more than 3,200TB of data. By analyzing data from fixed line, mobile, and TV, we can offer more integrated, targeted solutions to millions of customers.
Present in 21 countries in Latin America and Europe and with more than 320 million customers, Telefonica Spain (Telefonica) is one of the largest telecommunications companies in the world. Emphasizing innovation, Telefonica invested more than $7.5 billion in research and development in 2015. It is firmly committed to the advancement of the communities in which it is present, contributing 3.7 euros to the GDP of the countries where it operates for every euro of margin it generated in 2015. In the 2015 Dow Jones Sustainability index, Telefonica was ranked among the top companies in the world for sustainability. The Carbon Disclosure Project named it one of the top telecommunications companies in the world for its transparent management of climate change.
With 40% of the Spanish market share and 47% revenue market share, Telefonica Spain is the number one telecommunications company in the country—including in mobile telephony, television, and internet—and is central to Telefonica’s overall business. It offers the best integrated offer on the market for landlines, cell phones, and television as well as the number one broadband network in the country. Big data and innovation are key factors that enable the company to know their clients, personalize services, and guarantee data control and security.
By opting for Oracle Big Data Appliance, Oracle Exadata, and Oracle Exalogic, we reduce costs, ensure a seamless integration with our systems and networks, make better business decisions, and offer more personalized services.
Oracle Advanced Customer Support accompanied Telefonica Spain every step of the way, from designing the solution to implementing it and training users—a process of a year. It continues to support Telefonica Spain with any issue that may arise.