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China Mobile launched a huge tender for LTE equipment based on time division duplex (TD-LTE), sparking a race among domestic and European vendors to grab as big a share of the deal as possible.
The 100G ROADM market, according to Infonetics' ROADM Components report, may be the savior in the struggling wavelength selective switch component market segment.
With over-the-top OTT video services threatening to choke even the most robust mobile networks, Telenor Group is tapping Alcatel-Lucent to help it optimize Internet traffic over its 2G, 3G and LTE mobile networks markets in the Nordic region, Central and Eastern Europe and Asia.
Network gear vendors' bottom lines are increasingly reliant upon LTE deployments, but even the rush to LTE is not enough to prevent the overall mobile infrastructure market from slipping.
Alcatel-Lucent's long-awaited restructuring blueprint arrived in June as promised, and while the plan offers hope for the future it also comes with significant risks as the company hones its focus and stops trying to deliver all things to all customers.
Alcatel-Lucent CEO Michel Combes unveiled a massive restructuring of the company's business focus and balance sheet, intent on reversing seven years of losses at the vendor. He said the company will become more of a specialist by focusing on several core areas in IP networking, and in wireless it will put more emphasis on LTE and small cells and move away from investing in legacy technologies.
Alcatel-Lucent's new CEO Michel Combes has revealed his three-year turnaround effort called "The Shift Plan" that will focus its efforts on IP networking and ultra-broadband access opportunities, while cutting €1 billion ($1.34 billion) in costs by 2015.
Alcatel-Lucent CEO Michel Combes is a week away from announcing his new plans to turn around the struggling vendor as he seeks to put his own stamp on the company in the wake of former CEO Ben Verwaayen.
Huawei and Alcatel-Lucent, according to Infonetics, gained top spots in the broadband aggregation market segment amidst a worldwide 7 percent decline of $1.5 billion.