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CDSL

(Consumer DSL) An asymmetric DSL variation from Rockwell International that supports standard analog modems as well as 128 Kbps upstream and 1 Mbps downstream up to a maximum distance of 18000 feet. See DSL.
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India is one of the fastest growing areas of the world, and CDSL is a major part of the securities infrastructure in the country," said Donald F.
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Following the recent acquisition of CDSL Holdings and the addition of a series of major systems integration and IT outsourcing contracts, the company's order book is now valued over $1 billion.
On April 1, 1997, at the beginning of the third quarter, CGI acquired from The Cooperators Group Limited insurance company all the shares of its subsidiary CDSL Holdings Limited, a company with nearly $80 million in annual revenues which specializes in information technology outsourcing services.
CDSL is owned approximately 80 percent by The Co-operators Group, which is exiting the IT business to focus on its core insurance operations, and approximately 20 percent by Credit Union Central of Saskatchewan, CUMIS Insurance and a number of Ontario-based credit unions.
today announced that it has completed the previously announced acquisition of CDSL Holdings Limited ("CDSL") effective April 1, 1997.
We are pleased with this new expression of confidence," said Ross Marsden, President and CEO of CDSL Canada Limited.