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Lucent Technologies Canada
Lucent Technologies designs and delivers the systems, software, silicon and services for next-generation communications networks for service providers and enterprises. Backed by the research and development of Bell Labs, Lucent focuses on high-growth areas such as optical and wireless networks; Internet infrastructure; communications software; communications semiconductors and optoelectronics; Web-based enterprise solutions that link private and public networks; and professional network design and consulting services. The company employs 116,000 people worldwide and had revenues of US$30 billion for 1999. In Canada, Lucent is headquartered in Markham, Ontario and employs 400 people in major centres across the country.

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