Apple Inc. (NASDAQ:AAPL) shows active performance, increased 0.08% to trade at $114.27 as Apple signed contract to power all of its Singapore operations with renewable energy, the newest in a series of stearnings per share from firm to turn its operations worldwide green. Starting in January, solar energy developer Sunseap Group will provide Apple by means of 100% renewable electricity from its portfolio of solar energy systems built atop over 800 buildings in Singapore. The accord will make Apple the first firm in Singapore to run exclusively on renewable energy and marks a important step in its proposal to power 100 percent of its facilities and operations worldwide with clean fuel. The Apple alliance will also give Sunseap financing to complete the solar project, stated Lisa Jackson, Apple’s vice president of Environment, Policy and Social Initiatives. The Firm showed a positive 22.80% in the net profit margin and in addition to its operating margin, which remained 30.50%.
CGI Group, Inc. (NYSE:GIB) falls -0.26% to trade at $42.27 as CGI (GIB) reported that it has reached into a three-year contract comprising a two year extension option, with ELEXON, the industry-funded firm that administers the wholesale electricity balancing and settlement arrangements for Great Britain. CGI has been providing Business Process and IT Outsourcing services to ELEXON for the last 15 years and under the terms of this new contract CGI will operate, maintain and manage all ELEXON’s core applications whilst migrating them to its Cloud in order to deliver surged flexibility and scalability. ELEXON presently handles large amounts of data comprising settlement of over 5,700 daily wholesale electricity trades, 1.25 million daily meter readings and settlement of over £1.4 billion of consumer funds yearlyly. The electricity industry is preparing for the introduction of smart meters in the UK, which may mean ELEXON’s settlement processes move from an estimated model to one that works based on actual, near real-time consumption data. Samely, European regulators are considering new rules that could see wholesale electricity settlement applied to 15-minute increments rather than the 30-minute increments presently used in the UK. The total market capitalization remained 13.04 Billion. The firm is ahead its 52-week low of 32.14% and going down from its 52-week high price of -8.70%.
Allot Communications Ltd. (NASDAQ:ALLT) has price volatility of 2.82% in last 5 days trading session, while firm traded at $5.22 are falling -0.38%. Allot Communications Ltd. (ALLT) recently reported that it’s WebSafe Personal and WebSafe Business Security-as-a-Service (SECaaS) offerings for service providers are securing over 10 million subscribers worldwide. Vice President, Security Solutions at Allot Communications, Francisco A. Martin stated that WebSafe Personal enables effective security for every mobile user without affecting network or device performance. Over 10M subscribers are already enjoying a more secured Internet environment for themselves and their family members thanks to Allot. In the face of widespread, emerging, and more persistent online threats, Allot is helping operators protect users from malware and other Internet-borne threats that can harm reputation and productivity, damage mobile devices, compromise personal data, and cause financial loss. Shares price moving down from its 20 days moving average with -5.95% and isolated negatively from 50 days moving average with -2.07%.