Alcatel-Lucent is the product of the French-based Alcatel’s acquisition of the former Lucent Technologies in 2006. Led by former BT executive Ben Verwaayen, Alcatel-Lucent reported US$22.5 billion in 2010 revenues and is incorporated in France and headquartered in Paris.

Founded in 1898, the company provides products, solutions, and transformation services that enable service providers, enterprises, governments, and strategic industries to deliver voice, data, and video communication services to end-users worldwide. In addition, Alcatel-Lucent provides voice telephony and data networking solutions, and call center software; and end-to-end communications networks and individual network elements, as well as designs and sells a suite of radio frequency products, such as cable, antenna, tower systems, and their related electronic components. Further, it offers consultation, integration, migration and transformation, deployment, outsourcing, and maintenance services.



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Report: Nokia's cash balance clears way for Alcatel-Lucent buy

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Report: Alcatel-Lucent close to small cell deal with French operator

Alcatel-Lucent is on the verge of winning a contract from a domestic French operator that would see the struggling manufacturer provide small cells for improved mobile coverage in France, Reuters has reported.

The 5 biggest job cutters in wireless in 2013

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Alcatel-Lucent, Ciena, Cisco face challengers in P-OTS market as revenue ramps 41 percent

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Alcatel-Lucent's Combes: 'This company could disappear'

Alcatel-Lucent CEO Michel Combes warned that the company is facing a dire situation and that its recently announced job cuts and restructuring moves are necessary to keep the vendor afloat.

Wireless in the third quarter of 2013

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Alcatel-Lucent slashing 10K jobs in 'Shift' reorg plan

Alcatel-Lucent said it plans to cut 10,000 jobs as part of its "Shift" reorganization plan, which it is using to switch its focus to IP networking, LTE and small cells.

Alcatel-Lucent to axe another 10,000 jobs in reorganization plan

Alcatel-Lucent confirmed it will cut 10,000 jobs as part of its "Shift" reorganization plan aimed at slimming down the company as it seeks to become more of a specialist focused on IP networking, LTE and small cells and move away from investing in legacy technologies.