Alcatel-Lucent on Friday named Federico Guillén as the new president of the wireline division, taking over the role from Dave Geary, who will become president of the vendor's wireless division.
Alcatel-Lucent said it may sell some of its patents as it works to strengthen its finances and remove doubts about its balance sheet, a senior company executive said.
If--or more likely when--Google casts off its Motorola Mobility hardware unit, someone will get the leading provider of IPTV set-top boxes, according to the latest statistics from Multimedia Research Group's (MRG) recently issued "IPTV Market Leader Report."
Nokia Siemens Networks gained market share and ground on its rivals in the overall wireless network equipment market in the third quarter, according to a new report from research firm Dell'Oro Group.
Ericsson said it will cut around 1,550 jobs in its home market of Sweden as the vendor responds to increased pricing pressure, lower margins and reduced carrier spending on network gear.
VDSL2 may be still be the new kid on the DSL service block, but at a time when telcos are looking for more economical ways to deliver higher speed residential broadband data and video, it is an attractive option that more telcos are turning to in their existing markets while building out FTTH in Greenfield markets.
Alcatel-Lucent reported weaker sales and a wider net loss in the third quarter, as executives said the company was considering asset sales to bolster its balance sheet.
Ericsson is the market leader in IMS and VoLTE innovation and implementation, according to a new report from ABI Research. Ericsson's large patent portfolio, interoperability testing and market...
Alcatel-Lucent reported a net loss for the third quarter as sales slumped, though CEO Ben Verwaayen said the vendor is on track with its latest restructuring plan, which will see around 5,500 jobs axed. Further, CFO Paul Tufano said the company is considering unspecified asset sales to provide liquidity and bolster its balance sheet.
Turkey's incumbent telco on Wednesday began deploying Alcatel-Lucent's Intelligent Services Access Manager (ISAM) Fiber to the Building (FTTB) platform for its next-gen last mile access strategy to deliver higher speed broadband and video services via a hybrid copper/fiber network architecture.