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AusInnovate: NBN Conference 2011 - Jim Hassell, NBNCo

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    AusInnovate: NBN Conference 2011 - Jim Hassell, NBNCo AusInnovate: NBN Conference 2011 - Jim Hassell, NBNCo Presentation Transcript

    • Deployment of the NBN: The 5 to 10 year Horizon Jim Hassell Head of Product Development & Sales Disclaimer This document sets out NBN Co’s proposals in respect of certain aspects of the National Broadband Network. The contents of this document represent NBN 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 any other person) as representing NBN Co’s final position on the subject matter of this document, except where stated otherwise. NBN Co’s position on the subject 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 20111 © NBN Co 2011
    • AgendaWhat we are doing? • Long term deployment overviewFuture proofing the NBNView of the future • Education • Health • Home2 © NBN Co 2011
    • NBN CoWhat we are doing: – NBN Co connects all Australian premises to high speed broadband, making it easier for our internet service providers and cloud service providers to deliver new, innovative services to more people, more efficiently and with better service. – Delivered via a uniform national pricing model – With a sophisticated National Broadband Network (NBN) that is reliable and accessible via one, open standardised interface. – Through our commitment to support our customers by being responsive, transparent and fair.3 © NBN Co 2011
    • 93% Fibre Coverage4 © NBN Co 2011
    • 93% Fibre + 4% Wireless5 © NBN Co 2011
    • 93% Fibre + 4% Wireless + 3% Satellite6 © NBN Co 2011
    • Building the NBN – 1st & 2nd Release SitesACT • GungahlinNSW • Riverstone (Sydney), Coffs Harbour • Minnamurra/Kiama Downs (First Release) • Armidale (First Release)Queensland • Brisbane (inner north), Springfield Lakes, Toowoomba • Townsville (First Release)Northern Territory • CasuarinaSouth Australia • Modbury, Prospect • Seaford/McLaren Vale (First Release) Victoria • Bacchus Marsh, South Morang • BrunswickWestern Australia • Victoria Park (Perth), Geraldton, Mandurah7 © NBN Co 2011
    • First Release Satellite services commence in July8 © NBN Co 2011
    • Bandwidth DemandSource: Adapted from Alcatel 10 © NBN Co 2011
    • Future Proofing: PON Evolutionary Longer‐term  evolution to 40Gbps  is possible 100 4λ x 10G PON  10G TDM PON electronics  (40Gbps) technical challenges are being  worked on by the industry—will  Total PON bandwidth (Gbps) take net 2–3 years for maturity 10G PON 10 4λ x 2.5G PON  (10Gbps) Hybrid GPON may  be a practical  2.5G PON evolutionary step TDM GPON is starting  mass deployment now  0 1 2 3 4 5 and has a long life to go Wavelengths per direction11 © NBN Co 2011
    • APPLICATIONS Today and into the Future12 © NBN Co 2011
    • New devices and applications will continue to drivebandwidth demand Technology Trends Broadband Applications Internet TVs Computers, Energy E-Gov Services Digital Health Online Learning Tablets Management, Automation Set Top Boxes Digital Home Digital Cloud Tele-working HD Conferencing Healthcare Security Computing /IPTV13 © NBN Co 2011
    • Next generation broadband will change the way wework live and play Commerce In Education In Business 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 Tele-diagnosis Simplified In Health Interfaces Research & Development Transparency Secure health records Virtual Voting Training of health professionals NBN is the enabler of new personal and commercial opportunities14 © NBN Co 2011
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    • NeuRA use of Wii technology for stroke victims Source: Neuroscience Research Australia Website: www.neura.edu.au16 © NBN Co 2011
    • Benefits of fibre connected homes Superfast Internet Tele-working Home Security APPLICATIONS • Telephone, Video and Voice call • Tele-working • Digital Healthcare • Home automation • Energy management • Security • Media sharing • Universal Remote Media • Video Streaming Energy Health • High speed internet Management Monitoring Video on Phone • Connected demand Appliances Source: Intel17 © NBN Co 2011
    • 18 © NBN Co 2011