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Presentation for CFO Australia network event held in conjunction with the Institute of Chartered Accountants on the impact of the NBN on Australian business

Presentation for CFO Australia network event held in conjunction with the Institute of Chartered Accountants on the impact of the NBN on Australian business

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  • - NBN Co previously released a product roadmap to the industryin 2010This roadmap featured a series of releases based on a single product design- NBN Co have since released our foundation capability on fibre & satellite… and will soon do the same on wireless.NOTE: for satellite and wireless, Multicast deployment will be dependant on industry demand. **LEICA TO CONFIRM DATES***DatesFibre Release 1 – Broadband & Telephony - commercial services 1 October 2011Satellite – Interim services released 1 July 2011. Further Enhancements target product release 1 Nov 2011Product Release 2 – Multicast – shortly call for expressions of interest from Access Seekers to commence their testing of multicast product – Dec 2011. Moving towards General Release – August 2012Product Release 3 – Small Business Broadband release target July 2012Release 4- 5 for release 2013 - Continue to engage with industry on product & pricing construct Wireless ReleaseTarget Initial Release – April 2012 moving to General release June 2012

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  • 1. NBN, Business and the Digital EconomyThis document is subject to copyright and must not be used except as permitted below or under the Copyright Act 1968 (Cth). You must not reproduce or publish this document inwhole or in part for commercial gain without the prior written consent of NBN Co. You may reproduce and publish this document in whole or in part for educational or non-commercial purposes as approved by NBN Co in writing. All rights reserved. Not for general distribution.DisclaimerThis document sets out NBN Co’s proposals in respect of certain aspects of the National Broadband Network. The contents of this document representNBN Co’s current position on the subject matter of this document. The contents of this document should not be relied upon by our stakeholders (or anyother person) as representing NBN Co’s final position on the subject matter of this document, except where stated otherwise. NBN Co’s position on thesubject matter of this document may also be impacted by legislative and regulatory developments in respect of the National Broadband Network.All prices shown in this document are exclusive of any GST. © NBN Co Limited 2011
  • 2. NBN Co Objectives a Re-CapCoverage • Provide a wholesale service that enables competition and innovation by service providers throughout AustraliaCompetition • Offer open access and equivalence, creating a level competitive playing field for retail service providers • Facilitate any to any connectivity • Promote maximum end-user choice in terms of both services and providersCost effective • Simplicity • Focus on uncontested infrastructureCustomer • Deliver appropriate network reliability, resilience and securitycare • Allow secure simultaneous delivery of multiple applications with predictable levels of quality
  • 3. About NBN Co• Who we are: – Government Business Enterprise (GBE) e.g. Australia Post – We are Wholesale only - offering uniform national pricing• What we do: – Design, build and operate a high-speed broadband network connecting all Australians• How we plan to do it: – 93% Fibre to the Premises (FTTP) – 7% Fixed Wireless & Satellite – 10 years, 16,000 people• The NBN is Australia’s Largest Ever Infrastructure Project This presentation is for informational and discussion purposes. Content is indicative only and subject to change.
  • 4. Retail Industry Structure Retail service Retail service Retail service Retail service provider provider provider providerWholesale Wholesaler/Aggregator NBN Co - Network Wholesaler (Layer 2 Ethernet Access) This presentation is for informational and discussion purposes. Content is indicative only and subject to change.
  • 5. The NBN Rollout 3 Year Rollout Plan• By June 2015, construction of the fibre network is set to be underway or completed in 1500 communities (FSAMs) containing 3.5 million premises across every state and territory in Australia – up to one third of the nation’s homes and businesses• The average time from commence work to “ready for service” is expected to be 12 months• At the construction peak NBN Co aims to be rolling past 6,000 premises a day• By 2021, we estimate 13 million premises will be passed• NBN Co will install fibre into new developments of 100 premises or more – an estimated 1.9 million new premises will be constructed across Australia during the rollout• Fixed wireless rollout is set to be completed in 2015 covering around 500,000 premises• NBN plans to launch 2 Satellites in 2015, covering 3% of the population This presentation is for informational and discussion purposes. Content is indicative only and subject to change.
  • 6. The NBN Rollout Interactive Rollout MapThis presentation is for informational and discussion purposes. Content is indicative only and subject to change.
  • 7. NBN to support key applicationsConsumer Business Industry Symmetrical Eg. HealthHigh-speed internet Backup of data Online consultations asymmetrical bursty Software-as-a-Service Remote diagnosis of electronic medical imagesIPTV High-definition voice and asymmetrical video conferencing In-home monitoring of streaming elderly and chronic constant disease sufferers (committed rates) Online collaboration with remote workersVOIP constant (committed rates) This presentation is for informational and discussion purposes. Content is indicative only and subject to change.
  • 8. NBN Co Product Framework The NBN Co Product RoadmapThis presentation is for informational and discussion purposes. Content is indicative only and subject to change.
  • 9. NBN Co Product Framework Product RoadmapThis presentation is for informational and discussion purposes. Content is indicative only and subject to change.
  • 10. NBN Co Product Framework NBN Co Business ProductsBusiness services and service enhancements (Expected in 2012)High speed broadband and multi-line telephony capability for small businesses, with service and operational enhancements for serviceproviders. – Potential applications: • E-learning and health applications • Small business broadband, telephony bundles • Video conferencing, video collaboration services • Multi-line telephony/small Private Automatic Branch Exchange (PABX) • Enhanced service levels and customer reportingMedium business services (Expected in 2013)Additional traffic classes designed to support video conferencing and collaboration, data networking and additional enhanced servicelevel options. – Potential applications: • Video conferencing, video collaboration services • Virtual Private Networks (VPN) • e-learning and health applications • Enhanced service levelsEnterprise Ethernet Service (Expected in 2014) – Very high bandwidth options, transparency features and access redundancy, to enable service providers to serve the mission critical sites of large enterprise customers (e.g. hospitals and banks). – Potential applications • Very high capacity links • Virtual Private Networks (VPN) • High availability services This presentation is for informational and discussion purposes. Content is indicative only and subject to change.
  • 11. Leading edge broadband has the potential to changethe way we work, live and play In Education In Business  Commerce In Entertainment  Manufacturing  Virtual  Design  Multiscreen Classrooms  Transport  Seamless  Global Learning Connectivity  Media  Smart Schools  Real 3D TV  Collaboration  Virtual Apps In Government In Everything We Do  E-Services In Health  Tele-diagnosis  Simplified Interfaces  Research & Development  Transparency  Secure health records  Virtual Voting  Training of health professionals NBN is the enabler of new personal and commercial opportunities You will need the right equipment, software and in-premises connection to access these services.
  • 12. Opportunities for the Business Market Extending the addressable market of... Video Conferencing Solutions Unified Communications Distributed Tele-working 12
  • 13. Opportunities for the Business Market More and More Data in the Cloud... • By 2015 nearly 20% of all digital information will be “touched” by Cloud Computing providers. • Global cloud services revenue will jump by 20% per year • Cloud Computing Services Market to reach $148.8Billion in 2014Source: IDC , The Digital Universe Study 2011 & Gartner Forecast: Public Cloud Services, Worldwide and Regions, Industry Sectors, 2009-2014,”
  • 14. Opportunities for the Business Market Enabling Cloud Services & Private Networks across Australia... eHealth Private Networks Education Private Networks Hosted business applications Remote Backup Enhanced Business Continuity 14
  • 15. Emerging Trends and final thoughts...• Bandwidth hungry applications are maturing• Substantial investment in Data Centre capacity• Continued explosion in consumption of digital products• Accelerating change 15