Traducción de unbundle en Español:


ofrecer por separado, v.

Pronunciación /ˌənˈbəndl//ʌnˈbʌnd(ə)l/

verbo transitivo

  • 1

    (sell separately)
    (service/product) ofrecer por separado
    • OEMs aren't in a position to unbundle Windows service packs even if they wanted to.
    • But it was forced to drop the WebPC price to $799 in Spring - partly by unbundling the Internet service, and last month quietly shelved the idea.
    • If ever there was a good reason for Telecom NZ to unbundle its local loop service and offer it to competitors, this is it.
    • Some 385 businesses now have unbundled services from Easynet.
    • Initially, unbundled wholesale services will be available in Bristol, Warrington and Leeds with a further 27 exchanges being deployed between now and the beginning of next year.
  • 2

    (split up)
    (company) escindir
    • It has instituted billing by which a subscriber has the right to receive a single bill even if it uses the services provided by several unbundled telecom companies.
    • It is generally the case that if the stock market identifies an easy value increasing option, such as selling out to a hostile bidder or unbundling the businesses, then under-performing managements will be punished.
    • Building on the integrated e-business infrastructure, companies unbundle operations, outsource noncritical activities, and create supply chain communities.
    • Large firms engage in outsourcing, subcontracting, and unbundling as a business strategy to spread their risks and in the process small firms emerge and develop.
    • Speculation that Centrica was planning to unbundle its telecoms business surfaced at the weekend with reports suggesting that the company had already been contacted by potential buyers.