Cindy Christy resigns from Alcatel-Lucent

Cindy Christy, the Americas region head of  infrastructure firm Alcatel-Lucent,  resigned from the company Friday.

A spokesman told Telephony magazine that Christy notified co-workers in an email that she was leaving for personal reasons. Christy will be replaced on an interim basis with Jim Cocito, the region's chief operating officer.

The move comes just three days after Alcatel-Lucent named former British Telecom CEO Ben Verwaayen as its new CEO, replacing Pat Russo who resigned in July.  

For more:
- see this article

Related articles:
Alca-Lu names Verwaayen CEO
Alcatel-Lucent post huge loss; CEO, chairman step down

Suggested Articles

Phase 1 would make up to $8 billion available for rural 5G deployments over 10 years.

T-Mobile is wasting no time putting Sprint’s trove of 2.5 GHz to work for it in a 5G realm.

The Wi-Fi community is finally getting a much-needed infusion in the form of spectrum in the 6 GHz band.