What was the relationship between Lucent
's growth strategy during the Internet boom and the company's financial difficulties in the Internet crash of 2001-2003 when Lucent
was on the brink of bankruptcy?
"This is an all-encompassing end-to-end solution, with the IMS architecture at its core, that will continue to support existing voice services while enabling the introduction of innovative new multimedia services," said Andy Williams, president, Lucent
"Today's announcement underscores the momentum Lucent
is gaining in providing an end-to-end portfolio of next- generation solutions and services that complement the end user's lifestyle.
also has been conducting joint UMTS pilot networks deployments with operators in Europe, and recently conducted evaluations of these efforts.
's Mobility Solutions Group is a global provider of mobile networking technologies, having deployed more than 70,000 spread-spectrum base stations for mobile operators worldwide.
Verwaayen was criticised in December for quitting Lucent
just hours before it issued a shock profit warning and said it expected sales to continue to fall.
, which posted pounds 3.3 billion in losses in the first half of its fiscal year, has seen its market value plunge from more than pounds 193 billion in December 1999 to just pounds 16 billion.
In the UK, the Lucent
10G system will be a fundamental part of BT's Global Transport Network (GTN) -- the UK's first terabit network.
Students have participated in the installation of a Lucent
wireless local area network in the graduate library and are testing Lucent
's voice-over-IP phones.
The University of Massachusetts at Lowell and Lucent
Technologies, Murray Hill, N.J., have joined forces to evaluate potential uses for Lucent
's "k-weld" thermoplastic joining process.
Technologies (NYSE:LU) Microelectronics Group, Allentown, Pa., a leader in communications semiconductors, has introduced embedded Chip Express programmable gate array cores, or CX-Cores, for system-on-a-chip (SoC) application- specific integrated circuits (ASICs).
Spain's telecommunications giant Telef[cent]nica has reached a strategic deal with US firm Lucent
Technologies under which it will sell Lucent
a 12.2% stake in telecommunications equipment maker Amper.