NBNCo joins Communications Alliance
Communications Alliance, the peak body for the Australian communications industry, welcomed NBNCo as it newest member.
In making the announcement, Communications Alliance CEO Anne Hurley said NBNCo’s decision to join Communications Alliance reflected its willingness to actively engage with the communications industry.
“We are delighted to welcome NBNCo as a member of Communications Alliance. By joining our organisation, NBNCo has ensured that the lines of communication between the company and its future customers are well and truly open.
“From our first meeting with Mike Quigley we have been impressed by NBNCo’s enthusiastic response to the industry’s NBN preparations. We look forward to collaborating with Mike and his team on the planning and rollout of this critical communications infrastructure,” Hurley said.
Executive Chair of NBNCo, Mike Quigley, said: “We appreciate the initiatives that the Communications Alliance has taken in addressing some of the key issues associated with the development and employment of Australia’s national broadband network. We look forward to contributing to and utilising this important work.”
NBNCo joins over 100 Communications Alliance members from a wide cross-section of the industry including recent additions: 3Com, Rotstein Lockwood Reddy Lawyers, Buroserv Australia, Intelsat, Flexirent Capital, Opticomm and VC International.
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