sponsored by Alcatel-Lucent
Posted:  19 Aug 2010
Published:  16 Aug 2010
Format:  HTML
Type:  White Paper
Language:  English

In 2005, driven by the changing market realities and rapidly evolving developments in the global macroeconomic environment, Telstra embarked on a 5-year business and IP transformation strategy. We were facing significant competition from traditional carriers in all of the markets in which we operated. We also saw important new non-traditional players enter the market. As well, the demands that our customers were placing on the communications industry in general — and Telstra in particular — were shifting. As we assessed the landscape, we knew it was time for a dramatic change to take place.

Some highlights to consider from this paper:

  • Shifting market demands drive dramatic and significant change
  • Placing customers at the center of decisions is key
  • Breaking silos and creating a new common approach to delivering IP services

Communications Systems | DSLAM | Infrastructure Management | IP | IP Services | Operational Support Systems | Software Licensing | Software Selection

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