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Spectrum Crunch - Chris Althaus, Chief Executive Officer, Australian Mobile Telecommunications Association
Spectrum Crunch - Chris Althaus, Chief Executive Officer, Australian Mobile Telecommunications Association
Spectrum Crunch - Chris Althaus, Chief Executive Officer, Australian Mobile Telecommunications Association
Spectrum Crunch - Chris Althaus, Chief Executive Officer, Australian Mobile Telecommunications Association
Spectrum Crunch - Chris Althaus, Chief Executive Officer, Australian Mobile Telecommunications Association
Spectrum Crunch - Chris Althaus, Chief Executive Officer, Australian Mobile Telecommunications Association
Spectrum Crunch - Chris Althaus, Chief Executive Officer, Australian Mobile Telecommunications Association
Spectrum Crunch - Chris Althaus, Chief Executive Officer, Australian Mobile Telecommunications Association
Spectrum Crunch - Chris Althaus, Chief Executive Officer, Australian Mobile Telecommunications Association
Spectrum Crunch - Chris Althaus, Chief Executive Officer, Australian Mobile Telecommunications Association
Spectrum Crunch - Chris Althaus, Chief Executive Officer, Australian Mobile Telecommunications Association
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Spectrum Crunch - Chris Althaus, Chief Executive Officer, Australian Mobile Telecommunications Association

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  • Table 2. Summary of Per Device Usage Growth, MB per Month Source: Cisco VNI Mobile Forecast, 2013 The growth in usage per device outpaces the growth in the number of devices. As shown in Table 3, the growth rate of new-device mobile data traffic is two to five times greater than the growth rate of users. Table 2. Summary of Per Device Usage Growth, MB per Month Source: Cisco VNI Mobile Forecast, 2013 The growth in usage per device outpaces the growth in the number of devices. As shown in Table 3, the growth rate of new-device mobile data traffic is two to five times greater than the growth rate of users.
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    • 1. Australian MobileAustralian Mobile Telecommunications AssociationTelecommunications Association MOBILE NATIONMOBILE NATION PRODUCTIVITYPRODUCTIVITY OPPORTUNITIESOPPORTUNITIES INFRASTRUCTUREINFRASTRUCTURE CHALLENGESCHALLENGES Chris Althaus Chief Executive Officer
    • 2. Mobile + Broadband +Mobile + Broadband +
    • 3. 4 Screen World4 Screen World 1st Screen - Converged Devices1st Screen - Converged Devices SmartPhones - TabletsSmartPhones - Tablets
    • 4. Top ten activitiesTop ten activities performed on smartphonesperformed on smartphones
    • 5. Mobile Nation: Device to PlatformMobile Nation: Device to Platform  Wider and better access to knowledge  ICT literacy development  Distance learning M-Education M-Government  Enhanced public services delivery  Public administration efficiency  Transparency  Utility service delivery  Tele-diagnosis and service access  Monitoring of health indicators  Secure health records  Training of health professionals M-Health M-Environment  Public alert system  Climate monitoring  Flood management  Emergency Services  Transport solutions M-Employment  Development of ICT work force  Tele-working to connect remote areas to main office  M-commerce for extended network of customers and suppliers  transactions (efficiency) for supply chain and payment M-Business
    • 6. Productivity gains: $12-17 billion by 2025 Reverse decline in productivity growth 2013 Mobile Nation Deloitte Access Economics Mobile NationMobile Nation
    • 7. Global Traffic 2010 - 2018
    • 8. Mobile broadband annual trafficMobile broadband annual traffic projections Australiaprojections Australia 2009 to 20142009 to 2014 0 200 400 600 800 1,000 1,200 1,400 1,600 1,800 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 Year ending 30 June Annualtraffic(GB,millions) Moderate growth Accelerated growth Source: Network Strategies 2010 “There is widespread recognition that mobile broadband services are an economic enabler within society and the provision of these services, technologies and applications in the wider community is in the public interest.” Source: 2011 ACMA “Towards 2020 Future spectrum requirements for mobile broadband”
    • 9. Meeting customer demand for quality user experiences with latest generation mobile devices, apps and services depends on industry investment in: •latest generation technology •network infrastructure and •radio-frequency spectrum Infrastructure ChallengesInfrastructure Challenges
    • 10. Global Spectrum Demand - ITUGlobal Spectrum Demand - ITU “Every day we are not freeing up spectrum for mobile broadband is another day we are not fulfilling our potential .” “ The clock is ticking on our mobile future, and we cannot solve our mobile challenges by snapping our fingers ; we must act without delay to free up spectrum for mobile broadband.” FCC Chairman Julius Genachowski – 16 March 2011
    • 11. Policy Principles - 2013 ElectionPolicy Principles - 2013 Election Principle 1 A policy framework that recognises and promotes continued mobile industry investment in latest generation mobile technologies and infrastructure will maximise the productivity and connectivity benefits to Australian consumers, businesses, organisations and governments. Principle 2 Regulation must be minimised and red tape reduced to ensure the productivity and connectivity benefits of mobile broadband are realised. Principle 3 It is essential that the Australian Government develops a clearly defined spectrum policy that includes long-term arrangements to meet future spectrum requirements for mobile data and broadband services.
    • 12. THANK YOU

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