Australia’s broadband strategy downscaled: Revision of Australia’s National Broadband Network unveils deeper issues of government-funded NGA network build-up

May 19, 2014  | Subscribers Only

Alzbeta Fellenbaum Alzbeta Fellenbaum Manager – Research and Analysis, Service Providers & Platforms
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Australia’s 2009 National Broadband Plan has been heavily revised from a widespread fibre-to-the-premises (FTTP) strategy to a multi-technology mix strategy following a government change in 2013. The reviewed strategy is projected to save AU$32bn (compared to AU$73bn required for the FTTP plan) and be completed two years ahead of the original 2021 schedule.

List of tables and charts:

  • Australia’s National Broadband Plans Compared
  • Australia: Broadband connections and household penetration

Number of pages: 3

Number of charts and tables: 2

Alzbeta Fellenbaum

Manager – Research and Analysis, Service Providers & Platforms

Ms. Alzbeta Fellenbaum, a principal analyst and manager of research at IHS Markit, leads strategic analysis in telecom for the Service Providers & Platforms team.

Geography
Australia
Organization
Telstra
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