P&T Luxembourg on Wednesday became the latest European telco to begin testing Alcatel-Lucent's vectoring technology in combination with VDSL2 bonding as a way to deliver higher speed data services to comply with the government's Ultra High BroadBand plan.
This year's Mobile World Congress brought out a flurry of announcements about major contracts between mobile operators and infrastructure vendors.
Alcatel-Lucent named Michel Combes, a former CEO of Vodafone Europe, as its new CEO, charging him with returning the company to consistent profitability after the tumultuous tenure of Ben Verwaayen, who announced earlier this month he would step down.
Alcatel-Lucent on Friday named Michel Combes as the company's new CEO, taking the reins from Ben Verwaayen, who announced earlier this month that he would step down amidst ongoing financial struggles. He will begin on April 1.
Alcatel-Lucent named Michel Combes as its new CEO. The Frenchman, best known for navigating Vodafone's European operations through the financial crisis, will take over the CEO role starting April 1, and will replace Ben Verwaayen, who announced earlier this month he would step down.
Alcatel-Lucent on Monday named Gee Rittenhouse the new president of Bell Labs, replacing Jeong Kim, who is returning to South Korea to serve as that country's minister of Future Creation and Science.
Following three years of annual declines, a new Infonetics Q4 2012 report revealed that the VoIP and IMS equipment market grew 9 percent over 2011 due to strong IMS sales.
Major infrastructure vendors have taken a toolkit approach to small cell backhaul that blends a variety of approaches, but their shifting strategies are perplexing their operator customers, according to an advisory report from Current Analysis.
Reliance Communications announced on Monday it is outsourcing its network operations to Ericsson in a $1 billion managed, eight-year services contract covering its wireline and wireless networks located in north and west India.
Hibernia Networks has been forced to stop work on its trans-Atlantic submarine cable, the Hibernia Express, over cybersecurity issues due to its work with Huawei.