Alcatel-Lucent Enterprise appoints new SVP for Asia Pacific
Ilya Gutlin has taken on the role of senior vice president of Asia Pacific at Alcatel-Lucent Enterprise.
New leaders appointed at Alcatel-Lucent Enterprise
Alcatel-Lucent Enterprise announces changes in the senior leadership team with the appointments of Matthieu Destot and Nicolas Brunel.
SEA’s networking nightmare: Cost, lack of skills, and tech evolution
The need for speed is defining the networking space, but companies are being hard-pressed to meet this need without busting their budgets.
Alcatel-Lucent Enterprise gets new Asia Pacific VP for sales
ALE, operating under the Alcatel-Lucent Enterprise brand, has announced the appointment of Gerard Sillars as the company’s new vice president of sales for Asia Pacific.
Network predictions for 2016
The enterprise network is undergoing an exciting period of change, and is evolving along with the new challenges that businesses now face, writes Jan Zuurbier of Alcatel-Lucent Enterprise.
A year after spinning off, ALUE opens new APAC Hq
Alcatel-Lucent Enterprise (ALUE) has been busy building up a new operating infrastructure since its split from parent company Alcatel-Lucent, and just opened its new Asia Pacific headquarters and innovation centre in Singapore.
Time to smarten your business
Alcatel-Lucent Enterprise’s Matthieu Destot looks at the three business transformation trends to look out for this year.
‘One size fits all’ the bane of Unified Comms: ALUE exec
When it comes to Unified Communications solutions for enterprises, most, if not all, vendors have failed the market in some form or fashion over the last 10 years, argues Alcatel-Lucent Enterprise (ALUE) vice-president of sales for Asia, Matthieu Destot.
’Allo ALUE: Alcatel-Lucent Enterprise revels in independence
It’s been six months since Alcatel-Lucent Enterprise (ALUE) an independent entity, and while it now enjoys greater agility and deeper investment capabilities, the playbook for boosting its fortunes in the networking and communications space hinges on a tightly focused approach to capturing market share, writes Gabey Goh.