Bell Labs is very innovative. It has been for quite some time. Bringing us innovation after innovation that impacts all sectors of our society. Their research is, and has been, incredibly exciting. 2013 is no different for Bell Labs. Here’s some information about Bell Labs from Alcatel-Lucent’s website:
Researchers at Bell Labs – the research organization within Alcatel-Lucent – work in close collaboration with the company’s product development teams and customers to create and enhance the technologies that are transforming the way people connect with each other and the information around them.
Our experts, many of them world leaders within their respective disciplines, collaborate to conduct fundamental and applied research to solve the complex networking and communications challenges confronting our world. They are continually expanding the capabilities of communications networks of all kinds: optical, wireless, broadband access, cloud – with novel technologies and techniques to make them faster, smarter and greener.
Bell Labs’ scientists have been recognized by many of the world’s most prestigious technology societies for their contributions, and over the years 12 of our researchers have been awarded 7 Nobel Prizes for insights ranging from the nature of subatomic particles to the origins of the universe. Our researchers provide leadership roles in many of the world’s most influential standards bodies and collaborate with service providers, universities and other research institutions around the globe.
Bell Labs is a global organization with its headquarters in Murray Hill, New Jersey, in the United States, and locations in Europe, Asia, and the Americas.
What has the minds at Bell Labs been working on as of late? We found this video on Alcatel-Lucent’s YouTube page that will show you exactly what they’ve been up to!