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.
The resignation of Alcatel-Lucent's CEO Ben Verwaayen has heightened the urgency to find a successor. According to a Bloomberg report, which cited unnamed sources, Alcatel-Lucent board members have not attracted much interest in the position after discretely contacting potential candidates over the past six months.
Nokia and Siemens are intensifying their talks to exit their Nokia Siemens Networks joint venture, according to a Bloomberg report, which cited unnamed sources familiar with the matter.
Alcatel-Lucent CEO Ben Verwaayen will step down from the struggling network equipment vendor. The news essentially puts a period on Verwaayen's attempts to turn around Alcatel-Lucent in the highly competitive network infrastructure market.
Alcatel-Lucent CEO Ben Verwaayen, who came to the struggling vendor in 2008 with the goal of turning around its financial fortunes, announced on Thursday he is stepping down.
The core and edge service provider router market will level off by 2017 as the market reaches maturity, says a new Dell'Oro report.
The French government and private equity funds offered to buy future licence revenue for a portion of Alcatel-Lucent's wireless patents, according to a Les Echos report, which did not name its source.
A November update to Facebook's iOS and Android apps increased overall signaling traffic and airtime consumption on mobile networks by 5-10 percent, found network vendor Alcatel-Lucent in a new study. The findings offer clear insight into the massive weight that Facebook commands in the mobile app market as well as the importance of app design and how that design can affect traffic levels on wireless networks.
Transtelco, a competitive wholesale and business service provider, on Wednesday put the final touches on its metro fiber network in Mexico City, enabling it to address growing wholesale and enterprise service opportunities in a high growth Latin American country.