Knowledge Identifier: &Alcatel-Lucent
Category: Business (24)
Founded in 1996.
Countries: France (26%), United States (24%), (22%)
Linked to: Gateway, Inc., ITT Corporation, Motive, Inc., S.A.
Aruba Networks - In 2005, it entered into an agreement to provide OEM equipment to Alcatel-Lucent
Alcatel-Lucent acquired Nortel's UMTS radio access business at the end of 2006
Serge Tchuruk - He was the Chief Executive Officer and chairman of Alcatel until the end of November 2006 and was the chairman of Alcatel-Lucent until his resignation in October 2008
E-Plus - In March 2007 E-Plus outsourced deployment, management and maintenance of its network to Alcatel-Lucent and thereby transferred 750 employees to the latter company
Ben Verwaayen - He was Chief Executive Officer of telecommunications company Alcatel-Lucent from 2008 to 2013
In 2009 they received a Nobel Prize for their invention
Reflections Projections - Sponsors for the 2010 conference included Alcatel-Lucent, Andreesen Horowitz, Bazaarvoice, Cerner, Chopper Trading, Country Financial, Facebook, Factset Research, General Electric, Palm, IGT, Infosys, Intel, Interactive Intelligence, Lockheed Martin, Medtronic, Microsoft, Orbitz, Palantir Technologies, Riverbed Technology, Salesforce, Selerity, VMware, ViaSat, WMS Gaming, Wolverine Trading and Yelp
Genesys Telecommunications Laboratories - In 2012, the ownership of Genesys transferred from Alcatel-Lucent to a company controlled by the Permira Funds with participation from Technology Crossover Ventures
Michel Combes - On 19 June 2013, Combes announced plans to focus Alcatel-Lucent's operations on networking products and high-speed broadband in order to cut costs by billion euros by 2015
In April 2015, Alcatel Lucent announced their merger with Finland-based Nokia in a 15,6 billion euro deal