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Ericsson sees bright future in professional services

Magnus Mandersson may only have a day under his belt as the new head of Ericsson's Global Services unit, but he's confident that professional services will continue to be a growth engine for the

THE WRAP: Google's China play, India's shrinking 3G

This week Google called time on Chinese web censorship, while India considered trimming its 3G auction.

Alcatel-Lucent touts new optical vision

Looking to recapture the hearts of the optical community, Alcatel-Lucent is getting set to launch a new optical core technology next week in an online press conference. Other than saying the new

Ericsson accelerates its professional services engine

In a single stroke, Ericsson has expanded its professional services capabilities by acquiring Pride Spa, an Italian consulting and systems integration company. With the Pride Spa acquisition,

Alcatel-Lucent launches Green Touch initiative

Alcatel-Lucent has taken the mora

AlcaLu spearheads green telecom drive

Alcatel-Lucent has launched a green telecom initiative aimed at making the world’s communications networks 1000 times more energy efficient.   “A thous

Bell Labs wants to reduce communications energy consumption

As the telecom industry continues to adopt green as its color, Bell Labs has launched its Green Touch consortium. Led by Bell Labs, the global consortium has set a lofty goal of making communications

Alca-Lu: No profits in sight after three years

The merger of Alcatel and Lucent has failed to generate a profit after three years of combining their technologies and personnel. What was hailed at the time as the creation of a force to challenge

Huawei saw continued growth throughout 2009

While other traditional telecom vendors (Alcatel-Lucent, Ericsson and Nokia Siemens Networks) have struggled to get to profitability, China's Huawei continued to hit it big in 2009 with $21.5 billion

Analyst lowers Q4 view for Alca-Lu

Alcatel-Lucent is on course to miss Wall Street's fourth-quarter expectations because of a slowdown by operators in North America, Europe, and China, according to Soleil Securities Group Inc. analyst