Alcatel-Lucent is a global telecommunications corporation, headquartered in Paris, France. It provides telecommunications solutions to service providers, enterprises, and governments around the world, enabling these customers to deliver voice, data, and video services. The company focuses on fixed, mobile, and converged networking hardware, IP technologies, software, and services. It has access to the facilities of Bell Labs, one of the largest innovation and R&D houses in the communications industry. Alcatel-Lucent has operations in more than 130 countries.
The Program’s mission is to support a broad ecosystem of developers and partners throughout the Application Lifecycle. The Program, designed for application enablement, helps members to:
Develop innovative applications based on advanced APIs, knowledge of Alcatel-Lucent technologies, and technical support from Alcatel-Lucent
Certify and deploy trusted applications, which may be maintained and upgraded over multiple releases
Market and sell joint solutions, by increasing market presence and go-to-market opportunities across all regions and markets
A wide variety of companies and individuals develop applications, products and services that complement Alcatel-Lucent communication solutions for enterprises. These include application developers, technology providers, hardware manufacturers, infrastructure providers, universities and other entities, as well as Alcatel-Lucent Business Partners and customers who want to develop their own applications.
The Program is meant for all these organizations and individuals.
MiLife, Brew, J2ME, Symbian, VXML, Parlay, Java
Unified Network APIs
One Version of Code
First in its class, the Alcatel-Lucent Service Routing Certification (SRC) offers extensive hands-on training to arm students with the skills, confidence and credibility necessary to work in complex network environments. Unparalleled by any other certification program, the SRC program meets the critical requirements for the third wave of IP innovation addressing service provider expectations for new services. The SRC program is specifically designed to equip networking engineers, as well as operations and strategic planning staff, with the skills necessary to meet new operational challenges and to align network changes with their company’s business goals. Adding video and VoIP to the service mix creates an entirely new set of networking architectural challenges. The SRC program is unique in its ability to prepare service provider support staff to address these challenges, both now and in the future.