Alcatel-Lucent has this week been taking part in Mobile World Congress, the annual congregation in Barcelona of the telecommunications industry. Except, increasingly, it isn’t just about telecommunications.
Combining the powers of new communication technologies and role modeling can help challenge gender stereotypes and transform lives of girls and women around the world, as demonstrated by ConnectEd, a Signature program of the Alcatel-Lucent Foundation.
As the UN reviews what is next for the Millenniun Development Goals, some topics hold the key for what we need to commit next as a global community… Have we really done enough in Human Rights when women are still largely at the margin in many societies? What are ways we can promote economic development and what role can women play in it?
RobecoSAM’s Sustainability Yearbook 2014 features Alcatel-Lucent again as an industry leader. Each year, we highlight the results of our in-depth analysis of the sustainability performance of over 2,000 companies worldwide. The analysis focuses on industry-specific factors that we believe are important to long-term value creation and draws upon over 100 financially material economic, environmental, social and governance criteria.
The M2M industry is shifting its focus from niche verticals to large-scale adoption. The new OMA Lightweight M2M (LWM2M) standard will accelerate this shift by providing a simple and economical means to remotely manage a larger variety of M2M devices.
We began our journey, at Alcatel-Lucent, back in 2011 with our vision of moving telecommunications to the cloud. We didn’t have the name NFV at the time, so we called it vTelco. We knew NFV was going to happen.
Research that we are performing now is destined to bring the technologies and innovations and capabilities that will serve young professionals in the next decade -- our children - and with that their ability to interact with their world in myriad new ways.