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July 31st, 2006

Lucent Joins Team Competing for Secure Border Contract

"The last few years we have focused on driving dramatic leaps forward in wireless and nanotechnology capabilities," said Gary Monetti, director, Strategic Alliances, Lucent Technologies. "We will work closely with the Boeing team to leverage breakthroughs in each of these disciplines to produce increasingly more efficient, miniaturized, capable, and cheaper communication and sensor technologies. We feel these types of revolutionary developments will be key aspects of improving the capability-to-cost relationships in border surveillance."


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