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Paris, February 10, 2011
Alcatel-Lucent delivering on its 3 year transformation journey Lucent 3-year Further strong market & company improvement expected in 2011
KEY NUMBERS FOR THE FOURTH QUARTER 2010
Revenues of Euro 4.862 billion, up 22.6% year year-over-year and 19.3% sequentially year Adjusted2 gross profit of Euro 1.760 billion or 36.2% of revenues Adjusted2 operating income1 of Euro 394 million or 8.1 of revenues 8.1% Operating cash flow3 of Euro 702 million Net (debt)/cash of Euro 377 million as of December 31, 2010
KEY NUMBERS FOR THE YEAR 20 2010
Revenues of Euro 15.996 billion, up 5.5% year-over-year Adjusted2 gross profit of Euro 5.572 billion or 34.8% of revenues Adjusted2 operating income1 of Euro 288 million or 1.8 of revenues 1.8% Operating cash flow3 of Euro 851 million Net (debt)/cash of Euro 377 million as of December 31, 2010
Ben Verwaayen, CEO, commented: I am energized by the progress we have made over the past two years. We have overhauled our product I portfolio, introduced our High Leverage Network and Application Enablement strategy, increased our customer relevance and improved our operational excellence, highlighted by the outstanding revenue growth and strong margin performance in the fourth quarter quarter. He added: As As we enter into 2011, I am more confident than ever in our ability to transform into a normal company. We have market momentum, strong customer relationships, unique strength in the all IP network transformation all-IP & next generation broadband access. More importantly, we have the passion and commitment of 78 000
colleagues around the world to provide our customers with products and solutions to address their business challenges. I am proud of their accomplishments and want to thank them for their efforts throughout this past year. Looking to 2011, we feel confident to grow faster than our addressable market and aim at a significant increase in profitability with an adjusted operating margin above 5% of 2011 sales.
Fourth quarter revenue increased 22.6% year-over-year and increased 19.3% sequentially to Euro 4.862 billion. At constant currency exchange rates and perimeter, revenue increased 15.1% year-over-year and increased 21.9% sequentially. Networks saw a strong year-over-year increase in revenue with all divisions growing. IP revenues topped the Euro 500 million mark and growth in wireless accelerated again this quarter. Wireline and Optics division sales change were in the positive territory driven by good growth in GPON, IPDSLAM and terrestrial optics. Applications revenues posted a year-over-year single digit increase with Networks applications slightly growing and Enterprise applications stable. Services revenues grew at a low single digit rate with double digit growth for Managed & Outsourcing solutions and Network & System integration. From a geographic standpoint, all regions experienced revenue growth with strong traction in North America, double digit growth in Rest of World driven by Brazil and Mexico and high single digit rate growth in Europe and Asia Pacific with Eastern Europe and Western Europe progressing at the same pace and accelerating growth in China. Adjusted2 operating1 income of Euro 394 million or 8.1% of revenue. Gross margin came in at 36.2% of revenue for the quarter, compared to 36.7% in the year ago quarter and 33.8% in the third quarter 2010. The year-over-year decrease in gross margin was driven by the competitive environment mitigated by volume growth, change in geographical and product mix and a reduction in fixed operation costs. The strong sequential increase in the gross margin was driven by a change in geographical and product mix, a positive impact from volumes growth and a decrease in fixed operation costs. Operating expenses increased 15% yearover-year on a reported basis and adjusted for constant currency, the increase is 9% year-over-year primarily driven by an increase in R&D spending related to new product development. On a sequential basis, operating expenses increased by 4% as reported and by 7% at constant currency reflecting an increase in SG&A due to significantly higher sales and R&D investments. Reported net income (group share) of Euro 340 million or Euro 0.13 per share. This includes a one-time gain of Euro 105 million pre-tax and of Euro 78 million after tax related to the disposal of our 2Wire investment and Adixen business. Purchase Price Adjustments amounted to Euro 73 million pre-tax and to Euro 45 million after tax. Net (debt)/cash of Euro 377 million, versus Euro (190) million as of September 30, 2010. The sequential increase in net cash of Euro 567 million primarily reflects the positive operating cash flow of Euro 702 million and the disposal of the assets referenced above for Euro 259 million, partly offset with restructuring cash outlays of Euro (91) million, contribution to pensions and OPEB of Euro (62) million and capital expenditures of Euro (230) million. The positive operating cash flow results from the level of adjusted operating income and a decrease in operating working capital requirements of Euro 2 million. Funded status of Pensions and OPEB of Euro (516) million at end of December, compared to Euro (1,409) million as of September 30, 2010. Excluding currency impact, the sequential narrowing in the deficit mainly
results from a decrease of our obligations for Euro 828 million due to an increase in the discount rates used for pensions and post-retirement healthcare plans and an increase of the fair value of the plan assets for Euro 85 million. The net effect of currency changes on the fair value of the plan assets and on our obligations is negative Euro 20 million. The board recommended not to pay a dividend for fiscal year 2010.
In the fourth quarter, the reported net income (group share) was Euro 340 million or Euro 0.13 per diluted share (USD 0.17 per ADS), including the negative after tax impact from Purchase Price Allocation (PPA) entries of Euro (45) million.
Reported Profit & Loss Statement (In Euro million except for EPS) Revenues Gross profit in % of revenues Operating income / (loss)(1) in % of revenues Net income (loss) (Group share) EPS diluted (in Euro) E/ADS* diluted (in USD) Number of diluted shares (million)
Fourth quarter 2010 4,862 1,759 36.2% 321 6.6% 340 0.13 0.17 2,956.6
Fourth quarter 2009 3,967 1,453 36.6% 207 5.2% 46 0.02 0.03 2,274.6
% change y-o-y (% or pt) 22.6% 21.1% -0.4 pt 55.1% 1.4 pt ca 7x ca 6x ca 6x 30.0%
Third quarter 2010 4,074 1,377 33.8% (11) -0.3% 25 0.01 0.02 2,275.7
% change q-o-q (% or pt) 19.3% 27.7% 2.4 pt Nm 6.9 pt ca 14x ca 13x ca 8x 29.9%
Full year 2010 15,996 5,571 34.8% 2 0.0% (334 ) (0.15) (0.20) 2,259.9
Full year 2009 15,157 5,111 33.7% (325) -2.1% (524) (0.23) (0.33) 2,259.7
% change y-o-y (% or pt) 5.5% 9.0% 1.1 pt Nm 2.1 pt Nm Nm Nm 0.0%
*E/ADS calculated using the US Federal Reserve Bank of New York noon Euro/dollar buying rate of USD 1.3269 as of December 30, 2010; 1.4332 as of December 31st, 2009 and 1.3601 as of September 30, 2010.
In addition to the reported results, Alcatel-Lucent is providing adjusted results in order to provide meaningful comparable information, which exclude the main non-cash impacts from Purchase Price Allocation (PPA) entries in relation to the Lucent business combination. The fourth quarter 2010 adjusted2 net profit (group share) was Euro 385 million or Euro 0.14 per diluted share (USD 0.19 per ADS), which includes a restructuring charge of Euro (60) million, a net financial gain of Euro 54 million, an adjusted tax expense of Euro (37) million and a non controlling interests charge of Euro (12) million.
Adjusted Profit & Loss Statement (In Euro million except for EPS) Revenues Gross profit in % of revenues Operating income / (loss)(1) in % of revenues Net income (loss) (Group share) EPS diluted (in Euro) E/ADS* diluted (in USD) Number of diluted shares (million) Fourth quarter 2010 4,862 1,760 36.2% 394 8.1% 385 0.14 0.19 2,956.6 Fourth quarter 2009 3,967 1,454 36.7% 271 6.8% 85 0.04 0.05 2,516.3 % change y-o-y (% or pt) 22.6% 21.0% -0.5 pt 45.4% 1.3 pt ca 5x ca 3x ca 4x 17.5% Third quarter 2010 4,074 1,377 33.8% 61 1.5% 68 0.03 0.04 2,640.5 % change q-o-q (% or pt) 19.3% 27.8% 2.4 pt ca 6x 6.6 pt ca 6x ca 5x ca 5x 12.0% Full year 2010 15,996 5,572 34.8% 288 1.8% (159 ) (0.07) (0.09) 2,259.9 Full year 2009 15,157 5,112 33.7% (56) -0.4% (360) (0.16) (0.23) 2,259.7 % change y-o-y (% or pt) 5.5% 9.0% 1.1 pt Nm 2.2 pt Nm Nm Nm 0.0%
Geographic breakdown of revenues (In Euro million) North America Asia Pacific Europe RoW Total group revenues Fourth quarter 2010 1,1,4,862 Fourth quarter 2009 1,1,3,967 % change y-o-y (% or pt) 45.4% 20.7% 6.7% 19.4% 22.6% Third quarter 2010 1,1,4,074 % change q-o-q (% or pt) 13.0% 3.7% 24.8% 51.5% 19.3% Full year 2010 5,750 2,928 5,081 2,237 15,996 Full year 2009 4,678 2,978 5,201 2,300 15,157 % change y-o-y (% or pt) 22.9% -1.7% -2.3% -2.7% 5.5%
Group breakdown of revenues (In Euro million) Networks - o/w IP - o/w Optics - o/w Wireless - o/w Wireline - o/w eliminations Applications - o/w Enterprise Applications - o/w Networks Applications - o/w eliminations Services Other & eliminations Total group revenues
Fourth quarter 2010 2,815 1,(15) 251 (6) 1,4,862
Fourth quarter 2009 2,398 (39) 232 (14) 1,3,967
% change y-o-y (% or pt) 31.7% 58.8% 6.8% 44.5% 22.6% Nm 7.5% 4.1% 8.2% Nm 10.7% Nm 22.6%
Third quarter 2010 2,651 1,(22) 206 (6) 4,074
% change q-o-q (% or pt) 20.0% 38.8% 25.2% 8.2% 23.2% Nm 15.2% 10.4% 21.8% Nm 20.3% Nm 19.3%
Full year 2010 9,643 1,464 2,655 4,064 1,548 (88) 1,979 1,(20) 3,15,996
Full year 1,177 2,854 3,547 1,619 (121) 1,914 1,(33) 3,15,157
% change y-o-y (% or pt) 6.2% 24.4% -7.0% 14.6% -4.4% Nm 3.4% 3.0% 2.2% Nm 4.9% Nm 5.5%
Breakdown of group operating income (1) (loss) (in Euro million) Networks In % of revenues Applications In % of revenues Services In % of revenues Other & eliminations Total group op. income (loss)
Fourth quarter 7.8% 47 8.2% 88 7.7% 30 394
Fourth quarter 0.8% 80 15.0% 141 13.7% 31 271
% change y-o-y (% or pt) ca 12x 7.0 pt -41.3% -6.8 pt -37.6% -6.0 pt Nm 45.4%
Third quarter 1.3% 15 3.0% 28 3.0% (13) 61
% change q-o-q (% or pt) ca 7x 6.5 pt ca 3x 5.2 pt ca 3x 4.7 pt Nm ca 6x
Full year 1.9% 18 0.9% 95 2.5% (12) 288
Full year 2009 (297) -3.3% (5 ) -0.3% 203 5.7% 43 (56)
% change y-o-y (% or pt) Nm 5.2 pt Nm 1.2 pt Nm -3.2 pt Nm Nm
Cash Flow highlights (In Euro million ) Net (debt)/cash at beginning of period Adjusted operating income / (loss) Depreciation & Amort; OP non cash; other Op. Cash Flow before change in WCR* Change in operating WCR Change in other working capital Operating Cash Flow (3) Interest Taxes Cash contribution to pension & OPEB Restructuring cash outlays Cash flow from operating activities Capital expenditures (incl. R&D cap.) Free Cash Flow Discontinued, Cash from financing & Forex Change in net(debt)/cash position Net (debt)/cash at end of period
Fourth quarter 2010 (190) (12) 12 (62) (91) 549 (230) 567 377
Third quarter 336 (82) (61) 193 (92) (61) (56) (73) (89) (184) (273) (24) (297) (190)
Fourth quarter (17) (27) (67) (157) 367 (194) 294 886
* Before changes in working capital, interest/tax paid, restructuring cash outlay and pension & OPEB cash outlay
Statement of position - Assets (In Euro million) Total non-current assets of which Goodwill & intangible assets, net of which Prepaid pension costs of which Other non-current assets Total current assets of which OWC assets of which other current assets of which marketable securities, cash & cash equivalents Total assets
Dec 31, 2010 12,097 6,426 2,746 2,925 12,779 6,034 1,056 5,689 24,876
Sept 30, 2010 12,045 6,407 2,803 2,835 11,908 5,978 1,506 4,424 23,953
Dec 31, 2009 11,644 6,382 2,400 2,862 12,252 5,514 1,168 5,570 23,896
Statement of position - Liabilities and equity (In Euro million) Total equity of which attributable to the equity owners of the parent of which non controlling interests Total non-current liabilities of which pensions and other post-retirement benefits of which long term debt of which other non-current liabilities Total current liabilities of which provisions of which short term debt of which OWC liabilities of which other current liabilities Total liabilities and shareholder's equity
Dec 31, 2010 4,205 3,10,587 5,090 4,112 1,385 10,084 1,858 1,266 5,128 1,832 24,876
Sept 30, 2010 3,008 2,10,928 6,014 3,540 1,374 10,017 1,969 1,146 5,088 1,814 23,953
Dec 31, 2009 4,309 3,10,489 5,043 4,179 1,267 9,098 2,4,565 1,835 23,896
For the fourth quarter 2010, revenues for the Networks segment were Euro 2.952 billion, an increase of 31.7% compared to Euro 2.242 billion in the year-ago quarter and an increase of 20.0% compared to Euro 2.459 billion in the third quarter 2010. At constant currency exchange rates, Networks revenues increased 23.1% year-over-year and rose 22.8% sequentially. The segment posted an adjusted2 operating1 profit of Euro 229 million or an operating margin of 7.8% compared to an adjusted2 operating1 profit of Euro 19 million or a margin of 0.8% in the year ago period.
Revenues for the IP division were Euro 508 million, an increase of 58.8% from the year-ago quarter as IP/MPLS service router revenues nearly doubled their year-ago level. Demand for our IP/MPLS solutions strengthened throughout the year, and in the fourth quarter 2010 that business was growing well in excess of 50% across all regions. Those gains were led by networks continuing all-IP transformation, surging growth in mobile backhaul and, in the fourth quarter, also included initial revenues for our new 100 gigabit/s Ethernet (100GE) Service Router interface that was deployed with eight service providers. Full-year revenue for the IP division increased 24.4% in 2010, with a 40%+ increase in service routing. During the quarter, America Movil announced a three-year transformation project to deploy our industryleading IP/MPLS mobile backhaul solution in 11 countries in Latin America. Elsewhere, Thailands True successfully conducted a field trial carrying 100 gigabit/second traffic over their Alcatel-Lucent IP/MPLS network, utilizing our new 100GE Service Router interfaces. Revenues for the Optics division were Euro 815 million, an increase of 6.8% from the year-ago quarter as growth picked up significantly from its pace earlier in the year. The terrestrial business was particularly strong, driven by near 50% growth in the WDM segment, and good progression across the entire portfolio and all regions driving a second consecutive quarter of growth. Full-year terrestrial revenues were flat versus 2009. Our submarine business remained subdued in the fourth quarter, and posted double-digit decline for the full year leading to overall optics revenue down 7% in 2010. Our integrated IP/optical 100G solutions continued to gain traction. Portugal Telecom announced that it had carried traffic over a network that linked our 100G optical transport and 100G IP/MPLS routing technologies, and 360networks announced that it will deploy our 100G-capable Converged Backbone Transformation solution. Elsewhere, Canadas Orion research and education network selected our 100G next-generation coherent optical transport technology for deployment in Canadas first 100G operational network. Despite slow submarine sales, contracting activity continued in the fourth quarter. We signed new agreements with Ois GlobeNet, Bezeq International, Seychelles Cable System and UNIFI to either expand existing, or to build new submarine networks. Revenues for the Wireless division were Euro 1.156 billion, an increase of 44.5% from the year ago quarter. Strong growth continued across the wireless portfolio, with 56% growth in our W-CDMA business, 32% growth in CDMA and 14% in GSM. We recorded our first significant LTE revenues this quarter. Growth remained particularly strong in the Americas, where revenues nearly doubled from their year-ago level, and in the Asia-Pacific region growth was also very strong, contributing for most of the growth in W-CDMA and most of the double-digit growth in GSM. Within the Asia-Pacific region, we are seeing renewed momentum in our wireless business in China. Full-year wireless revenues increased 14.6% in 2010, with increases across all technologies. During the quarter we signed major frame agreements with operators in the US and China. A four-year agreement with Verizon Wireless is expected to be worth $4 billion and includes CDMA and LTE equipment, IP, optical and microwave backhaul and transport equipment, and
services. Three agreements, with China Mobile, China Telecom and China Unicom are valued in total at Euro 1.178 billion and include equipment, applications and services from across our portfolio. In December, Verizon Wireless launched its 4G LTE network, featuring our LTE radio network solutions, IP packet core and backhaul, and IMS solutions. We also signed a new five-year agreement with Sprint to supply their Network Vision project with network integration services, a converged radio access network, IP/MPLS and packet microwave backhaul and network monitoring. Russias MegaFon selected our converged radio access network solution to build Siberias largest 2G/3G converged network, and our femto/small cell solution was selected by du in the UAE to improve indoor mobile coverage. Revenues for the Wireline division were Euro 488 million, as year-over-year growth picked up from -13% in the first three quarters to a strong 22.6% in the fourth quarter. Legacy TDM switching continued its decline, but growth was widespread elsewhere in the portfolio. Overall broadband access including ADSL, VDSL, GPON and home networking increased for the second consecutive quarter, with very strong growth in GPON driven by Asia-Pacific region and renewed growth in our IP-DSLAM business driven by EMEA region. IMS core networking revenues also increased very strongly. Full-year wireline revenue fell 4.4% in 2010 as a single-digit increase in overall broadband access was more than offset by declines in legacy switching and next-gen core networking. In the fourth quarter we were selected by the Saudi Telecom Company (STC) for a major expansion of its broadband access network, leveraging our VDSL2 and GPON technologies as well as our professional services capabilities. In another GPON win, we deployed the first GPON network in Kazakhstans capital, Astana. We were also selected by mobile operator Vodafone Qatar to deploy a new fiber-to-the-home network and to use our IMS solution to link the new network with their existing mobile network. During the quarter we were also actively engaged with nextgeneration DSL technologies that can significantly boost transmission speeds over traditional copper infrastructure, and thus drive renewed spending for copper-based access solutions. With A1 Telekom Austria we demonstrated how technologies like VDSL Vectoring and our DSL Phantom Mode can dramatically increase the speed of traditional DSL technologies. We also worked with Turk Telekom to explore the benefits of next-generation DSL, leveraging our VDSL2 Bonding and Vectoring expertise and the DSL Phantom Mode technology. Our DSL Phantom Mode technology was also named Broadband InfoVisions Broadband Innovation of the Year. Sales of our next-generation Networks products increased 72% from the year-ago quarter and reached Euro 1.361 billion in the fourth quarter. This accounts for 46% of Networks sales, vs. 32% in the first quarter of 2009. The improvement in adjusted operating margin over the year-ago quarter reflects the positive impact of higher volumes, costs reduction and favorable shifts in product and geographic sales mix, with particularly strong contributions from the IP and Wireless divisions. showed significant improvement, from -3.3% in 2009 to 1.9% in 2010. Full year operating margin also
For the fourth quarter 2010, revenues for the Applications segment were Euro 575 million, an increase of 7.5% compared to Euro 535 million in the year-ago quarter and an increase of 15.2% compared to Euro 499 million in the third quarter 2010. At constant currency exchange rates, Applications revenues increased 1.7% year-over-year and increased 17.6% sequentially. The segment posted an adjusted2 operating1 profit of Euro 47 million or an operating margin of 8.2% compared to an adjusted2 operating1 profit of Euro 80 million or a margin of 15% in the year ago period.
Network applications revenues of Euro 251 million increased 8.2% from the year-ago period in the fourth quarter, led by very strong growth in Digital Media & Advertising and our Motive solution (remote customer management). The Motive business has expanded its focus to include opportunities in the mobile market managing mobile devices and mobile home networks. Revenues in our Applications Maintenance business also increased, registering a fourth consecutive double-digit gain over the year-ago quarter. For the year, double-digit growth in Digital Media & Advertising, Applications Maintenance and Applications Professional Services (software customization) was largely offset by declines in spending for legacy payment and messaging applications, limiting the 2010 increase in Network applications revenue to 2.2%. During the fourth quarter we announced a collaboration with KPN to explore how to securely expose their fixed network assets to third-party applications and content providers to facilitate the development of new commercial services. Also in the area of Application Enablement, we partnered with Egypts Mobinil to provide a mobile advertising service based on our OptismTM mobile marketing solution, we established a joint research lab with the Belgian research institute IBBT focused on the development of next-generation video applications, and we integrated CASSIS Internationals Trusted Service Manager to enhance the security of our mobile wallet application. Revenues in our Enterprise applications business increased 4.1% over the year-ago quarter, reaching Euro 330 million in the fourth quarter. The data networking business continued its good double digit growth and included initial revenues for our new 10-Gigabit Ethernet switch launched one quarter ago. Genesys, our customer contact center software business returned to growth in the quarter. Full year Enterprise applications revenues increased 3.0% as gains in these two segments offset decline in voice telephony revenues. In our Genesys business, the Genesys Contact Center solution was deployed by Russian operator MTS in the largest contact center in Russia and our intelligent workload distribution solution (iWD) was selected by a major service provider in Eastern Europe. During the quarter we also enhanced our leading communications platform for small- to medium-sized businesses (Omni eXchange Office or OXO) with enhanced multimedia communication and collaboration capabilities. The decline in adjusted operating margin in the Applications segment in the fourth quarter was
concentrated largely in the Network applications business, with a smaller decline in the Enterprise applications business. Full year operating margin improved slightly, from break-even in 2009 to 0.9% in 2010, with a strong improvement in the contribution of the Enterprise business.
For the fourth quarter 2010, revenues for the Services segment were Euro 1.140 billion, an increase of 10.7% compared to Euro 1.030 billion in the year-ago quarter and an increase of 20.3% compared to Euro 948 million in the third quarter 2010. At constant currency exchange rates, Services revenues increased 3.4% year-over-year and increased 21.8% sequentially. The segment posted an adjusted2 operating1 profit of Euro 88 million or 7.7% of revenues compared to Euro 141 million or 13.7% in the year ago quarter.
Double-digit growth continued in our Managed and Outsourcing Solutions business in the fourth quarter and for the full year as a whole, driven by growth in EMEA. Our new frame agreement with China Unicom and the Vodafone Qatar converged network project will contribute to our managed and outsourcing services activity in the coming quarters. Revenue growth accelerated sharply in the Network and Systems Integration (NSI) business in the fourth quarter, with growth across the portfolio led by gains in Multimedia (multi-screen and video integration) and the Network Design, Integration & Optimization businesses. Revenue growth was particularly strong in the Americas. Full-year NSI revenues also increased at a double-digit rate in 2010. During the quarter,
West Carolina Tel selected our Triple Play Express, an end-to-end IP video solution, to deliver IPTV and other triple-play services. Elsewhere, our NSI unit will provide a comprehensive range of services, including network design, integration and optimization services, to the Sprint Network Vision and the STC network expansion projects. Weakness in the MEA sub-region was largely responsible for a double-digit decline in fourth quarter revenue in the Network Build and Implementation (NBI) business, which is focused on civil works. The same MEA sub-region was also largely responsible for a single-digit decline in full year 2010 NBI revenues, offsetting an increase in activity in India. Maintenance revenues were essentially flat in the fourth quarter as higher revenue from productattached maintenance (the maintenance of Alcatel-Lucent products) was largely offset by a double-digit decline in multi-vendor maintenance. Product-attached maintenance was strong in China and the Americas while multi-vendor maintenance was particularly weak in EMEA. in multi-vendor maintenance. The end market which we define as Strategic industries (including transportation, energy, and public sector) provided a source of strong double-digit revenue growth for the services segment in the fourth quarter, particularly for NSI, and included a contract with Stratos Global to enhance IP communications for oil and gas platform in the Gulf of Mexico. Adjusted operating margin in the Services segment was weaker than the year ago quarter as the negative impact of changes in revenue and customer mix, particularly in our NSI business, offset the positive impacts of our cost-cutting initiatives, but it improved significantly from the third quarter from 3.0% to 7.7%. Full year adjusted operating margin was 2.5% in 2010, down from 5.7% in 2009 -------------------------------------Alcatel-Lucent will host a press and analyst conference at its headquarters at 1:00 p.m. CET which can be followed through audio webcast at http://www.alcatel-lucent.com/4q2010 Full-year Maintenance revenues fell slightly in 2010 as a decline in product-attached maintenance more than offset an increase
All reported figures are currently being audited. All adjusted figures are unaudited.
Operating income (loss) is the Income (loss) from operating activities before restructuring costs, impairment of assets, gain (loss) on disposals of consolidated entities, litigations and post entities, post-retirement benefit plan amendments. Adjusted refers to the fact that it excludes the main impacts from Lucents purchase price allocation (See next page for detailed information). Operating cash flow is defined as cash flow after changes in working capital and before interest/tax paid, restructuring cash outlay and pension & OPEB cash outlay
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ADJUSTED PROFORMA RESULTS
In Euro million except for EPS (unaudited) Revenues Cost of sales (a) Gross Profit Administrative and selling expenses (b) Research and Development costs (c) Operating income (loss) (1) Restructuring costs Impairment of assets Post-retirement benefit plan amendment Litigations Gain/(los) on disposal of consolidated entities Income (loss) from operating activities Financial result (net) Share in net income(losses) of equity affiliates Income tax benefit (expense) (d) Income (loss) from continuing operations Income (loss) from discontinued activities Net Income (loss) of which : Equity owners of the parent Non-controlling interests Earnings per share : basic Earnings per share : diluted Q1-2010 Reported 3,247 (2,189) 1,058 (696) (625) (263) (134) PPA Adjusted 3,247 (2,189) 1,058 (666) (587) (195) (134) (6) (3) (338) (46) 1 (73) (456) (9) (465) (473) 8 (0.21) (0.21) Q2-2010 Reported 3,813 (2,436) 1,377 (751) (671) (45) (110) (10) 0 (165) (17) 7 (4) (179) (4) (183) (184) 1 (0.08) (0.08) PPA Adjusted 3,813 (2,436) 1,377 (719) (630) 28 (110) (10) 0 (92) (17) 7 (32) (134) (4) (138) (139) 1 (0.06) (0.06) Q3-2010 Reported 4,074 (2,697) 1,377 (718) (670) (11) (71) (42) 0.01 0.01 PPA (29) 0 Adjusted 4,074 (2,697) 1,377 (687) (629) 61 (71) 4 (6) 21 0.03 0.03 Q4-2010 Reported 4,862 (3,103) 1,759 (742) (696) 321 (60) (22) (9) 12 0.15 0.13 PPA (28) 0 Adjusted 4,862 (3,102) 1,760 (709) (657) 394 (60) (22) (37) 12 0.17 0.14 Reported 15,996 (10,425) 5,571 (2,907) (2,662) 2 (375) (28) 62 (309) (37) (280) (12) (292) (334) 42 (0.15) (0.15) 286 2,010 PPA 286 Adjusted 15,996 (10,424) 5,572 (2,781) (2,503) 288 (375) (28) 62 (23) (148) (105) (12) (117) (159) 42 (0.07) (0.07)
(6) (3) (406) (46) 1 (47) (498) (9) (507) (515) 8 (0.23) (0.23)
(1) Income (loss) from operating activities before restructuring costs, impairment of assets, gain / (loss) on disposal of consolidated entities, litigations and post-retirement benefit plan amendment Corresponds to the measure of operating income (loss) of the segments (refer to note 5 of the consolidated financial statements at December 31, 2010). PPA : Purchase Price Allocation entries related to Lucent business combination Nature of PPA - non cash amortization charges included in Reported Accounts but excluded from Adjusted Accounts (cf. Note 3 to our Consolidated Financial Statements as of December 31, 2009) These impacts are non recurring due to the different amortization periods depending of the nature of the adjustments, as indicated herefater. (a) Depreciation of the reevaluation to fair value of productive tangible assets (b) Amortization of intangibles assets - long term customer relationship (5-8 years) (c) Amortization of intangibles assets : Acquired technologies (5-10 years) and In Process R&D (5-7 years) (d) Normative tax impact at 39% on above PPA adjustments excluding goodwill impairment
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