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EX-Date
06/7/10
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alcatel-lucent (CGE) Details

Alcatel-Lucent provides Internet protocol (IP) and cloud networking, and ultra-broadband fixed and wireless access to service providers and their customers, enterprises, and institutions worldwide. The company operates in three segments: Core Networking, Access, and Other. The Core Networking segment offers intelligent IP service routers, switches, and software defined networking platforms to support IP-based applications and services; and terrestrial optical products, which enable carriers to manage voice, data, and video traffic patterns based on various applications or platforms. This segment also develops, manufactures, installs, and maintains undersea telecommunications cable networks; and provides microwave radio products, as well as offers network build and implementation IP, platforms, and platforms professional services. The Access segment offers wireless products and services that enable mobile network operators to offer mobile data capacity; cable, antenna, tower systems, and their related electronic components; and fixed access products, which enable service providers to offer ultra-broadband connectivity over digital subscriber lines and fiber connections. It also provides fixed network build and implementation, multivendor maintenance, and licensing services; and managed services, including build-operate-manage-transfer and operations transformation solutions, and network operations services. The Other segment offers communications and network solutions for businesses of various sizes to deliver collaborative conversations; and networking, satellite communications, voice-over-IP, optical routers, and other solutions for the United States national security, defense, and advanced research communities. The company serves transportation, energy, and public sector customers. Alcatel-Lucent was founded in 1898 and is headquartered in Paris, France.

Founded in 1898

alcatel-lucent (CGE) Top Compensated Officers

Chief Executive Officer and Director
Total Annual Compensation: €1.5M
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2013.

alcatel-lucent (CGE) Key Developments

Qualcomm Technologies, Inc. and Alcatel-Lucent Join Forces with T-Mobile US, Inc. to Accelerate Licensed Assisted Access Adoption

Qualcomm Technologies, Inc., T-Mobile US, Inc. and Alcatel-Lucent announced that they are enabling the extension of LTE to unlicensed spectrum with upcoming Licensed Assisted Access (LAA) deployment plans. Following its trials of this LTE Advanced capability in 5GHz, T-Mobile will be the first carrier to deploy LAA in 2016. Alcatel-Lucent will begin trials this year with LTE-U enabled small cells using Qualcomm Technologies' FSM99xx family of small cell system-on-chip (SoC) solutions, with commercial products expected in 2016. Alcatel-Lucent and Qualcomm Technologies will conduct LTE-U trials beginning in the second half of this year using Alcatel-Lucent's small cell portfolio based on Qualcomm Technologies' FSM99xx family of small cell chipsets. Commercial products are scheduled for shipment in the first half of 2016.

Summit Tech and Alcatel-Lucent Unveil First VoLTE/RCS Connected Car at Mobile World Congress 2015

Summit Tech is unveiling the first Voice over LTE or Rich Communication Services capable Connected Car in collaboration with Alcatel-Lucent at the GSMA's Innovation City showcase at Mobile World Congress 2015. The two companies will be demonstrating the transformational power of the service provider's all-IP communications network on the Connected Car of the future. With operators increasingly rolling out commercial VoLTE services across their 4G LTE networks, a new chapter in IP communication innovation expands the delivery of ultra-broadband services and enhanced service experiences. Based on a highly reliable virtualized IMS (IP Multimedia Subsystem) platform that comes equipped with APIs for rapid service creation, VoLTE's high definition voice and rich communications can now be easily extended to the Connected Car. In contrast to cars with only built-in LTE for Internet access, Summit Tech and Alcatel-Lucent will demonstrate how VoLTE/RCS enable the Connected Car itself to become a secondary device to complement a user's smart phone. The Connected Car has call hand-over seamlessly transferring calls to the car without any user interaction. Even if their smart phone battery dies, a user can continue the call from their car which behaves as an independent secondary telephony device. The system works with Heads-Up Display systems in cars, so that users can view their calls, messages or data while keeping their eyes on the road and manage them using gesture control. Leveraging the power of Alcatel-Lucent's IMS solution currently in operator's networks and capable of supporting mobile and WiFi, the Connected Car brings occupants a full complement of communication services including support for VoLTE, video communications, IP messaging/chat and social presence to open up countless use cases. For instance, the Connected Car can automatically advise a caller that the call is not private if there are other passengers in the car. The caller is then offered the option of leaving a message rather than being heard by all on the speaker phone. Once the driver is available for a private conversation, the system can prompt the caller to call back. Another real-life example of the power of VoLTE/RCS-based vehicles can be applied to drive-thru restaurants. The driver can be automatically linked to the drive-thru attendant with a standard Android or Windows phone using an HD audio call, instead of the crackly drive-thru speakers. After the order is placed, confirmation and an electronic invoice are displayed on the car's in-dash display. The driver can then complete a mobile commerce transaction to pay for their meal.

Alcatel-Lucent Introduces LTE Radio Access Network Portfolio to Transition Operators Smoothly to Next-Generation Technologies

Alcatel-Lucent announced that it is launching a new portfolio of LTE radio access network technologies that will enable operators to make a smooth transition to next-generation network architectures, including the application of Network Functions Virtualization (NFV) and the introduction of 5G services. The new LTE RAN portfolio aims to address the biggest challenge mobile operators will face in the near-future the ability to meet demand for capacity-consuming data services such as video. In particular, Alcatel-Lucent's new 9926 eNodeB comprising a digital baseband unit and radio frequency (RF) platform - provides the flexibility to utilize existing radio spectrum and deliver the high-bandwidth LTE services needed to meet increasing demand. In the process, it allows operators to increase capacity and improve spectrum utilization more efficiently, while simplifying deployments and lowering costs. The new digital baseband unit (BBU) will help operators balance operational costs while meeting increased demands by consuming 50% less energy and almost tripling existing capacity - supporting up to 24 radio cells and 16,000 users in one unit. Supporting both LTE-TDD and LTE-FDD 4G technologies, the baseband unit can be deployed with existing BBUs, allowing operators to maximise existing investments in radio access technology. The baseband unit has also been designed to allow operators to deploy a centralized network architecture, providing a smooth evolutionary path towards next-generation networks, including the implementation of virtualized RAN - or vRAN infrastructure - as well as the eventual launch of 5G networks. The portfolio's RF platform is offered in an ergonomic, modular design optimized in terms of size, power, bandwidth, performance and reliability. Using common hardware and software assets across spectrum bands, it allows for simple adaptation to meet specific customer needs, reducing time-to-market and leveraging innovation developed for other bands or configurations. Wideband capabilities allow operators to utilize fragmented spectrum, covering entire bands with one radio, while remote software configuration of transmission modes means it can easily and quickly be adapted in the field to meet changing market demands and traffic patterns. The Digital Baseband Unit (BBU): Two new boards are introduced, both based on Freescale's® QorIQ Qonverge⠢ B4860 base station-on-chip SoC; No compromise in performance - BBU supports up to 24 cells (fully loaded at 20MHz) in a compact d2U chassis; Increases capacity of previous generation BBUs by 260%, while consuming up to 50% less power; Supports RAN sharing business models; Optimized for LTE-A, supporting carrier aggregation across FDD and TDD modes; Backwards-compatible with Alcatel-Lucent's existing BBU chassis and current generation boards; Forwards-compatible with virtualized RAN architectures and BBU pooling; The new digital BBU is already deployed in a large-scale commercial TDD network application. The Radio Frequency (RF) Platform: Common building block assets across the TDD and the FDD Radio Units allows faster time-to-market; New power amplifier and filter technology designed to fit common interfaces allowing rapid development of new frequencies and band retuning; Small form factor, standardized interfaces across radios and reduced weight making it easy to install on site; Wideband/dual band capabilities provide support for multi-carrier or multi-band deployments in a single unit; Remote software configuration of transmission modes (2T2R, 4T4R, 8T8R) enables operators to meet changing market demands; The high output power (up to 160W) and wide bandwidth supported (up to 194MHz) greatly increases deployment flexibility; PIM-free blind mate connections allow operators to easily mix and match radios to support different active antenna configurations; Cost-effective support for optimized low power RF interfaces to Distributed Antenna Systems (DAS); Reliability/Fail Safe provides soft fail redundancy in the power amplifier (PA) in the event that one fails; Supports RAN sharing business models; the TDD platform is already commercially deployed and the FDD platform will be made commercially available during first quarter of 2015.

 

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