[LINK] Australian DNS
Mon, 30 Oct 2000 09:43:43 +1000
Ralph -- Yes. OTC was absorbed into Telstra ... this was part of the preparation
for competition; Aussat, the third entity in government telecommunications, was
then offered to the winning bidder (Optus).
So it was all over bar the namechange by 1992...
Subject: Re: [LINK] Australian DNS
Author: "Ralph Seberry" <email@example.com>
Date: 28/10/00 4:54
On Friday, 27 Oct 2000 at 18:02, John Clarke <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> On Fri, Oct 27, 2000 at 05:00:00PM +1100, Roger Clarke wrote:
> > Ah, the advantages of having a grey beard ...
> And one of the disadvantages is that your memory goes ... :-)
> > Telecom). At some stage (late 1970s?), it disappeared inside Telecom.
> You're at least 10 years out. Late 80s or early 90s. I remember doing some
> work for OTC at Broadway in 1988/89, before the takeover by Telecom. Another
> project, started in 1989, was still going in 1992, but I can't remember
> it was still OTC (I wasn't directly involved in the project by then).
I had friends working for OTC (Paddington) circa 92.
IIRC Telstra was the combination of Telecom and OTC. Can anyone
confirm this? (and what was the timing vs TAA+Qantas = Qantas,
and the float of CBA? Were these all products of the Keating years?)