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<p>To mark ADC KRONE’s 25-year Australian manufacturing milestone, Premier Nathan Rees joined more than 200 ADC KRONE employees to unveil a plaque at the company’s Berkeley Vale facility on the central coast of NSW</p>
<p>“I am pleased to be able to attend the celebration and would like to congratulate ADC KRONE on their 25 years of operation in Australia,” Premier Rees, said. “The facility here on the central coast of NSW is state-of-the-art, environmentally equipped and contains the company’s R&D centre of excellence for the Asia Pacific region. The company is not only providing local jobs but a long term commitment to NSW and Australia,” Premier Rees, said.
ADC KRONE’s Research and Design capabilities in Australia include the on-site laboratory, which is the country’s first Underwriters Laboratories’ (UL) Certified testing facility for the industry.</p>
<p>“As Australia’s major telecommunications network connectivity manufacturer, ADC KRONE takes pride in our 25-year history of supporting the local economy through the provision of high-speed networking solutions that are relied upon by our customers to meet the current and future broadband needs of businesses and consumers,” said Tom Jamieson, Director of Operations & Supply Chain. “Our Australian operation also exports a wide range of products around the world and invests significantly in the local research and development of network connectivity technology that will help service providers and other organisations meet the unrelenting global demand for bandwidth.”</p>
<p>ADC KRONE has extensive experience in designing and building network infrastructure solutions for data centres and telecommunications networks across Australia. This includes supporting carriers’ networks from the central office, through the outside plant, all the way to the premises, providing FTTX solutions for the delivery of broadband services to remote mining sites in Western Australia, and delivering fibre solutions for enterprise networks at a range of government organisations such as Centrelink, the National Mint, the Departments Health and Education, as well as many local universities and schools.</p>