Indicomm Global

TELECOMMUNICATIONS


  • TELECOM TERMINAL BUILDING

  • FIBRE OPTIC SPLICE TRAY

  • FACTORY REPEATER ASSEMBLY


Telecommunications

Over the past decade, Indicomm has emerged as a leading player in the field of telecommunications, with the capacity and experience to undertake both domestic and multinational projects, including installation, testing, commissioning, client representation, and maintenance projects on systems ranging from subsea cable to voice, data, wireless, IP and VOIP networks. Our field of operations is truly global, and we’ve built up an impressive bank of knowledge and experience, particularly in subsea work.

We have contacts throughout the telecommunications industry and supply specialist consultants for both short and long term contract roles in offshore and onshore positions.

Our Services

We provide teams of highly skilled, multilingual engineers, acting as project managers or consultants for network builds. Select representatives and managers with considerable experience. We actively seek out new talent and help them to advance their careers into all levels from onsite engineers to client representatives and project management roles.

We pride ourselves on our logistical support provides a dedicated travel service including flights, hire cars and visa services for all consultants.

We are at the forefront of tax compliance. We work with a dedicated management service to ensure that where possible our contractors meet the all the required tax regulations for customer peace of mind.

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NEWS UPDATE - AUGUST 2013

Indicomm secures status with Vodafone

Indicomm has been awarded preferred contractor status with Vodafone Group, with work starting towards the end of 2013 or early in 2014.

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The interior of a telecoms substation building showing the Submarine Line terminal equipment (SLTE) and Power Feed Equipment.

Fibre Optic termination connectors on Submarine Line Terminal Equipment (SLTE) shelf in the telecoms terminal building in Wada Japan.

Engineers at the Hitachi factory in Japan splicing the optical fibres whilst integrating a repeater into the subsea network prior to jointing the electrical connections that will carry the 10000 volt power required to power the repeater for up to 25 years at seabed temperatures.