Reuters in August this year claimed that half of China Mobile’s LTE infrastructure contracts have been won by local suppliers Huawei and ZTE. Ericsson, Alcatel Lucent and NSN have picked up around ten per cent of the business each with their Chinese competitors bagging 25 per cent apiece, Reuter said, adding that the combined value of China Mobile’s LTE contracts is $3.2bn.
yep : ALU was selected by China Telecom Corp. Ltd.
Prior to this, Alcatel Lucent had signed two important contracts with China Mobile.
Alcatel-Lucent S.A. (NYSE: ALU) was raised to Buy from Neutral by Citigroup. Where this gets interesting is that the €5 price target implies upside of almost 50%. Based on the ADR close of $5.51 in New York, that translates to a price target without any euro-to-dollar currency conversions of close to $6.75.
PARIS, FRANCE Alcatel-Lucent is enabling Bezeq, one of Israel's leading telecommunications operators, to enhance and upgrade the capabilities of its national broadband network which serves 1.2 million subscribers throughout the country.
By extensively utilising Bezeq's existing copper line and optical fiber infrastructure, Alcatel-Lucent's VDSL2 vectoring solution will be able to be deployed quickly to enable Bezeq to offer faster broadband connections needed for bandwidth-hungry services such as video streaming and online gaming.
"Tonami will be the first Japanese cable operator to use Alcatel-Lucent’s 7360 ISAM FX GPON-based solution to bring ultra-high speed Internet service to the homes of the citizens of Tonami bundled with voice and TV-services like HD-TV.
Tonami is migrating from Hybrid Fiber Coax (HFC) to high-speed GPON-based FTTH in Japan, enabling high Internet access speeds, more reliable than HFC"
ipad is 'only hot air' ? lol
French telecoms equipment manufacturer Alcatel-Lucent has announced the launch of a range of so-called 'fixed access micro-nodes' designed to boost the availability of ultrafast broadband.
The nodes are intended to allow service providers to combine fibre and VDSL2 vectoring technology to bring the benefits of ultrafast fixed connectivity to "more users, more quickly", the company explained.
now it is more 'attractive' maybe for noki ?