Alcatel-Lucent registered another loss-making quarter as the company’s tardy transformation programme began to make an impact.

The France-based vendor made a loss of €156 million between July and September as revenues fell 2.8 percent year-on-year to €3.6 billion.

With much of the focus on broadband access over the last few days, it is easy to forget that there’s little point in operators investing in super-fast next gen pipes if they have not got the right strategy in place to offer the content and services that will benefit both themselves and their customers.

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