Bell Labs

Bell Laboratories (also known as Bell Labs and formerly known as AT&T Bell Laboratories and Bell Telephone Laboratories) is the research and development subsidiary of the French-owned Alcatel-Lucent in Berkeley Heights, New Jersey, United States. It previously was a division of the American Telephone & Telegraph Company (AT&T Corporation), half-owned through its Western Electric manufacturing subsidiary.

Bell Laboratories operates its headquarters at Murray Hill, New Jersey, and has research and development facilities throughout the world. Researchers working at Bell Labs are credited with the development of radio astronomy, the transistor, the laser, information theory, the UNIX operating system, the C programming language and the C++ programming language. Seven Nobel Prizes have been awarded for work completed at Bell Laboratories.

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... Bell Telephone Laboratories is created. 1927 - Bell Labs makes the first American long distance television transmission between New York and Washington DC ... Clinton Davisson becomes the first of 11 Nobel Prize winners from Bell Labs for his experimental confirmation of the wave nature of electrons ...
Reading Works - 1952 - From Allentown To Laureldale
... Alexander Graham Bell put in a patent application just hours before Gray filed one ... telephone network was outstripping the capacity of smaller suppliers, American Bell purchased a controlling interest in Western Electric Company and made it the exclusive ... Western Electric Company was responsible for developing as well as manufacturing Bell equipment ...
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... He worked at Bell Labs in AT T, Lucent and Avaya in New Jersey, where he and Dr ... He also worked in distributed systems and network software research at Bell Labs ... While working at Bell Labs, he held the titles of Adjunct Professor and later Distinguished Industry Professor at Stevens Institute of Technology in New Jersey ...
Bell Labs - Discoveries and Developments - 2000s
... It was the first known case of fraud at Bell Labs ... returned from academia to become the President of Bell Laboratories ... In April 2006, Bell Laboratories' parent company, Lucent Technologies, signed a merger agreement with Alcatel ...
Morgan Sparks - Career
... Sparks went on to work at Bell Labs where John Bardeen, Walter Brattain and William Shockley were developing the first transistor ... Sparks stayed at Bell Labs and worked there to develop the microwatt bipolar junction transistor which helped make transistors practical enough for common ... Later, Sparks left Bell Labs to become the director of Sandia National Laboratories ...

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