Telstra's CAN - an analysis

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Last updated: 5 May 2003 Update History

Report Status: Archived

Report Pages: 11

Analyst: Paul Budde


This profile was archived in June 2006 and was last updated in May 2003. Malcolm Moore explains several techno-engineering aspects in progressional design philosophies in the evolution of the Customers Access Network (CAN). He reviews the origins of engineering specifications for the CAN, and how the basis for the specifications has changed. He gives examples of what can go wrong if executive management loses touch with field practices, and how well it can be addressed – particularly with the onset of Digital Subscriber Lines (DSL) – along with a window into the future.

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