Alcatel-Lucent stories - Page 1
Alcatel-Lucent ups A/NZ channel game, taps into SMB market
“The feedback from our distributors, partners and customers on OXO Connect is that it is an excellent evolution of our existing solution."
Pullman cloud high at Sydney Airport
"Our movement towards a cloud-based telecommunications system is quite innovative for the hotel industry here in Australia."
Vendors advised to 'prepare' for subdued TIS market
“Slowdown in China has been widely anticipated and is now at the industry’s doorstep, posing significant growth challenges to the vendor community."
$70M Kiwi connectivity project set to kick off next month
This month will see a team of specialist submarine cable experts arrive in Raglan, New Zealand, to lay the first section of the TGA undersea cable.
New ANZ boss to lead new Nokia
Nokia, which last Thursday celebrated its first day of combined operations with Alcatel-Lucent, has appointed Ray Owen as its ANZ head.
South Pacific undersea cable market heating up
Big news this week as we learned of a third undersea cable, the Moana, which will be built by Alcatel-Lucent and will connect NZ to Hawaii.
Alcatel-Lucent researchers complete optical network breakthrough
Breakthrough prototype technology from Bell Labs will increase optical network capacities by more than tenfold, according to a recent report.
Alcatel-Lucent signs new Chorus deal, opens NOC and eyes Kiwi growth
Alcatel-Lucent is eyeing up a bigger chunk of the NZ outsourced network operations market after signing a new deal with Chorus and opening a Kiwi NOC.
Mobile networks infected by Windows and PC devices
Alcatel-Lucent malware report shows significant rise in mobile infections via PCs and adware in first six months of 2015.
Alcatel-Lucent joins Bluechip distribution portfolio
Bluechip Infotech has inked a deal to distribute Alcatel-Lucent’s fixed access network portfolio, aiming to drive fibre ultra-broadband adoption.
It won't be cloud that kills the PBX sales model
Think it's cloud that will do away with the traditional PBX system? Think again. Alcatel-Lucent Enterprise has another option...
Kiwi company reaps the benefits of Alcatel-Lucent Enterprise UC platform
Alcaltel Lucent Enterprise has provided a Kiwi packing and cool storage company with a single unified communications platform for all employees.
Alcatel-Lucent researchers head to Germany for 5G testing
Bell Labs, the research arm of Alcatel-Lucent, and the 5G Lab Germany have entered into a research collaboration agreement to test and define 5G.
VoIP and IMS market hits $1.3bn
The carrier VoIP market is off to a strong start in 2015 and shows no signs of letting down, with more providers expanding their offerings.
Alcatel-Lucent - Nokia merger: risky?
"Maintaining two different product portfolios and servicing existing customers would counteract the benefits of increased scale.”
Trans-Tasman telecommunications plans revealed
Spark, Vodafone and Telstra team up with Alcatel-Lucent for trans-Tasman telecommunications cable.
HP and Alcatel-Lucent strengthen global alliance
Expanded partnership integrates Alcatel-Lucent products into HP solutions to deliver enhanced customer experience
Huge HP announcements show renewed focus on customer
At the HP Discover 2014 event in Barcelona, HP made a number of announcements about new products and services focusing on cloud, converged infrastructure and mobility.
Kiwis compete for $200,000 Gigatown kick start
The Chorus and Alcatel-Lucent led ng Connect programme has launched a new fund designed to help Kiwi entrepreneurs and innovators develop and market a new service concept that will run over UFB.
Nuage extends SDN benefits to branch offices, Kordia onboard
The promise of SDN is trickling down to remote offices with Nuage's latest move.
New router hitches Alcatel-Lucent's future to software
The traditionally hardware focused vendor is blazing a new trail in software.
Alcatel-Lucent and its brink of disaster moment
A fascinating look at the last 18 months of restructuring at Alcatel Lucent. Can the beast survive in a changing telecommunications industry ?
Done deal: Alcatel-Lucent Enterprise sold
Alcatel-Lucent has divested itself of its enterprise division, with Alcatel Lucent Enterprise now in the hands of a Chinese investment company.
CallPlus Group brings on board Alcatel-Lucent executive
"His experience and insights will prove invaluable to the CallPlus Group as we enter a new growth phase with our four business units; CallPlus Business, Slingshot, Flip and Orcon."