Network Design and Construction (NDC)

Synopsis

NDC was set adrift in 1999 in a bid to attract outside engineering and maintenance work. But the dot.com crash, the collapse of companies like One.Tel. When Telstra put NDC on the market, it found bidders few and far between. Two that did show some interest were Leighton Holdings and the Tenix defence group.

Table of Contents

  • 1. NDC back into the Telstra fold
  • 2. Company overview
  • 3. Integrated IP solutions
  • 4. Mobility solutions
  • 5. Fixed access solutions
  • 6. Wireless access solutions
  • 7. Transmission networks
  • 8. Submarine cable network solutions
  • 9. Managed services
  • 10. Turnkey programs
  • 11. Global presence
  • 12. Contact details
  • Exhibit 1 – NDC at a glance

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Number of pages 7

Status Archived

Last updated 18 Feb 2003
Update History

Analyst: Paul Budde

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