Nokia more cutting-edge, having learned from the past
Nokia’s new president for Asia South talks about how the Alcatel-Lucent integration benefits customers; Nokia’s ability to offer cutting-edge 5G technology, and why a multivendor environment is best for operators.
Tunjuk bos baru, Nokia perkuat portofolionya
Bergabungnya Alcatel-Lucent melengkapi portofolio Nokia Selain mendorong adopsi 4G, operator siap ujicoba 5G
New head of Asia South for combined Nokia and Alcatel-Lucent
Nokia has announced that Nicolas Bouverot will become the head of Asia South as part of the planned combination of Nokia and Alcatel-Lucent, after and subject to the successful closing of the public exchange offer.
Developer M101 Holdings in MoU to bring the cloud to its properties
M101 Holdings Sdn Bhd has signed an MoU with Alcatel-Lucent, Select-TV, Nutanix and Panduit that would help it create an integrated metropolitan hub for its new development projects.
The ‘new Nokia’ is here, and more mobile
Nokia is undergoing an evolution just like the networks it is providing, even as it hopes to wrap up its proposed megamerger with Alcatel-Lucent.
Why the Nokia, Alcatel-Lucent mega-merger is significant
The telco world got a mild shock when news broke on April 15 that Finnish mobile equipment manufacturer Nokia Corp had agreed to buy Franco-American vendor Alcatel-Lucent SA in an all-stock deal valued at US$16.6 billion. Edwin Yapp breaks down the pros and cons of the deal
Alcatel-Lucent appoints new country senior officer for Indonesia
Alcatel-Lucent said it has appointed Ichwan F. Agus as the new country senior officer for Indonesia, with the appointment effective on April 1, 2015.
Alcatel-Lucent and Chuan Wei to set up 100G network in Cambodia
Alcatel-Lucent and telco operator Chuan Wei are set to deploy Cambodia’s first 100 gigabit-per-second fibre-optic data network as the country invests further in its communications infrastructure to meet increasing demand for ultra-broadband access.
We are maniacally focused on IP networking: Juniper CEO
Juniper Networks CEO Rami Rahim, who took the helm last October after a tumultuous period at the company, believes he has what it takes to steer the ship in the right direction – and that will involve it staying true to its roots of being a technology company. Edwin Yapp reports from Sunnyvale, California.
Malware infections on mobile devices up by 25%
Security threats to mobile and residential devices and attacks on communications networks rose in 2014, threatening personal and corporate privacy and information.