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Aircom: U.S. operators could save $1.2B by moving to HSPA+ rather than LTE
More on this Topic Industry News Blogs Briefing Room Long-term evolution might be the shiny, new technology, but operators could offer what amounts to the same mobile broadband service using 3G technologies — for a fraction of the cost — according to wireless telecom consulting firm Aircom...
Alaska Communications goes to 40G, lower 48
Alaska Communications Systems (ACS) is upgrading parts of its network with 40-Gb/s links in anticipation of traffic increases enabled by a pair of new network routes it is building that connect it to the continental United States.The carrier isn’t saying how many of its in-state routes are being upgraded from 10 Gb/s to 40 Gb/s but expects to complete the first wave before the end of this year,...
Alcatel COO to change roles post-merger
Though Alcatel said its chief operating officer, Mike Quigley, would remain COO of the company following its pending merger with Lucent Technologies, Quigley “has decided for personal reasons to assume a different role for the combined company,” the two companies said in a press release issued Monday.Quigley will become the combined company’s president of science technology and strategy and will...
Alcatel, KT to test WiMAX in Seoul
Alcatel today said it is opening a testing facility in Seoul, South Korea, with carrier KT to conduct tests of its new WiMAX and WiBRO equipment. The tests will focus on technologies based on IEEE 802.16e, the international standard from which both Mobile WiMAX and its Korean counterpart derive. Alcatel will supply its base station and core infrastructure for the project, while KT will link the...
Alcatel, Lucent offer to pay lenders for more accounting freedom
Days before their merger is expected to close, Alcatel and Lucent Technologies are offering their lenders cash in exchange for the ability of the combined company to avoid having to report Lucent’s financials separately following the merger.Under the terms of a proposed amendment to their debt contracts, “Alcatel will not be required to provide a condensed consolidating footnote of Lucent” in its...
Alcatel, Redback put Cisco, Juniper on edge
Alcatel and Redback Networks made significant gains in the multiservice edge router market in the first quarter, threatening the long-held leadership of Cisco Systems and Juniper Networks, according to Dittberner Associates.Alcatel nearly matched the $80 million in first-quarter revenue brought in by market leader Cisco, Dittberner said. Both vendors took about 29% of the market in the first...
Alcatel-branded handsets to debut at CTIA
A familiar name with a not-so-familiar product will be debuting at CTIA Wireless 2007 this month. Chinese handset manufacturer TCL will be bringing the Alcatel brand to the U.S. handset market, with several new phone launches planned for the annual trade show in Orlando, Fla.TCL entered into a joint venture with Alcatel in 2004 to make GSM handsets under the Alcatel name after the French vendor...
Alcatel-Lucent base station tech mixes and matches three generations of wireless
The multi-carrier, or MC-TRX, module essentially replaces the multiple channel cards for any base station the vendor has made since 1999. And rather than supporting a single technology, the module gives operators a 20 MHz swathe over which it can mix and match any cmbination of GSM, high-speed packet access (HSPA) or long-term evolution (LTE). “We’re seeing today a lot of operators who are...
Alcatel-Lucent brings 100G to the edge
Alcatel-Lucent (NYSE: ALU) today unveiled new 100-gigabit-per-second Ethernet interfaces for its edge networking gear that will be commercially available in the middle of next year.New line cards for the vendor’s 7750 Service Router and 7450 Ethernet Service Switch will deliver 100G with two options: a single 100G port or 10 10G interfaces that are multiplexed into 100G. The latter is for...
Alcatel-Lucent cancels Adva orders
Alcatel-Lucent pulled away from its partnership with Adva Optical Networking in the second quarter, dragging down Adva’s revenue and even canceling some existing orders for Adva’s wavelength-division multiplexing (WDM) gear, Adva said today.Revenue from Alcatel-Lucent dropped by 11 million euros (or about $15 million) sequentially in the second quarter. As a result, Adva’s revenue from the...
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