Australian plant

Jan. 1, 1996

Australian plant

AT&T Network Systems in Australia has opened a $14.5 million factory in the Brisbane suburb of Pinkenba to produce fiber-optic cable for AT&T`s Systimax structured cabling systems. The cables suit private networks that transport voice, data, image and sensor control signals within and among buildings. The factory occupies more than 50,000 square feet. The site was selected for its access to modern transportation infrastructure, skilled labor and raw materials.

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