Alcatel-Lucent USA, the US subsidiary of France-based Alcatel-Lucent (now owned by Nokia) designs, develops, and builds wireline, wireless, and converged communications networks. It supplies equipment, software, and related services to telecom carriers and network service providers such as 360networks, AT&T, and Verizon, as well as enterprise customers. Government customers are served through DC-based subsidiary LGS Innovations, which works with federal agencies, including the US Army, and major contractors such as Raytheon. Alcatel-Lucent USA accounts for more than 40% of its parent's overall revenues. In 2016 Nokia finalized its $17 billion acquisition of Alcatel-Lucent which includes Alatel-Lucent USA and Bell Labs.
While they are located on the same New Jersey campus, Alcatel-Lucent USA is managed separately from fellow US-based Alcatel-Lucent subsidiary Bell Labs.
Alcatel-Lucent USA operates from 18 offices in nine states. It maintains a 45,000-square-meter production plant in Meridian, CT, that manufactures products for RFS (Radio Frequency Systems).
The US has been Alcatel-Lucent's largest single market. The US unit had revenue of €5.91 billion, an increase of 8% from 2014. It accounted for 41% of the total parent company's revenue.