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Topic # 25621 27-Aug-2008 12:52
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Wonder who will be next??

"It's been a long and glorious history. The German company Siemens was one of the very first companies ever to lay telephone cables and make telephony switches, but today it is exiting the industry after more than a century and a half."

http://web20.telecomtv.com/pages/?newsid=43685&id=e9381817-0593-417a-8639-c4c53e2a2a10




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  Reply # 160120 27-Aug-2008 12:54
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Orcon use Siemens for their LLU rollout right? how are they going to get on now?

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  Reply # 160121 27-Aug-2008 12:57
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I was told many years ago that Siemens had so much cash in the bank that they could continue to grow even if they stopped doing any type of business.

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  Reply # 160126 27-Aug-2008 13:17
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heh....heh....siemens.....heh....giggity




For billions of years since the outset of time, every single one of your ancestors survived, every single person on your Mum and Dads side, successfully looked after and passed onto you life.  What are the chances of that like?

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  Reply # 160128 27-Aug-2008 13:21
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Balchy: heh....heh....siemens.....heh....giggity


Knew a girl once who had a soft spot for Siemens

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