Bell Labs had its origin in the complex corporate organization of the Bell System telephone conglomerate. In the late 19th century, the laboratory began as the Western Electric Engineering Department, located at 463 West Street in New York City.
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Bell Laboratories, formerly AT&T Bell Laboratories, Inc., byname Bell Labs, in full Nokia Bell Labs, the longtime research-and-development arm of the American Telephone and Telegraph Company . It is now part of the Finnish telecommunications company Nokia .
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For nearly 100 years, we’ve been inventing the future of technology, from the early days of the Bell Telephone System to the future 6G landscape. We constantly improve, innovate and propel communication forward, solving the challenges of human needs before they exist. On this page.
The Bell Labs Holmdel Complex, in Holmdel Township, Monmouth County, New Jersey, United States, functioned for 44 years as a research and development facility, initially for the Bell System and later Bell Labs. 
Bell Works is the reimagination of the historic former Bell Labs building, in Holmdel, N.J. Designed by renowned architect Eero Saarinen in 1962, Bell Labs was a birthplace for many leading technological innovations of the 20th century. Now, the building has been reborn as a lively Metroburb, or metropolis in suburbia – a one-of-a-kind ...
Bell Labs pushed out fiber optic transmission, electronic switching systems, cellular telephony, satellite communication, solar power, the first “picturephone” charge-couple devices, video cameras, and even the Hubble telescope invented by Willard Boyle and George Smith at Bell Labs in the 1970s.
Bell Labs was on its way to becoming the world’s largest industrial research laboratory. In the 1930s and through the end of World War II, Bell Labs continued to expand. The company established new research facilities in New Jersey, where open land was still plentiful and cheap, and radio research could be conducted free of the interference ...