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Carnegie rural broadband presentation 120613
Carnegie rural broadband presentation 120613
Carnegie rural broadband presentation 120613
Carnegie rural broadband presentation 120613
Carnegie rural broadband presentation 120613
Carnegie rural broadband presentation 120613
Carnegie rural broadband presentation 120613
Carnegie rural broadband presentation 120613
Carnegie rural broadband presentation 120613
Carnegie rural broadband presentation 120613
Carnegie rural broadband presentation 120613
Carnegie rural broadband presentation 120613
Carnegie rural broadband presentation 120613
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Carnegie - Broadband Policy in Scotland Presentation

Carnegie - Broadband Policy in Scotland Presentation

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  • 1. Rural Broadband - The Scottish ExperienceDouglas White, Senior Policy Officer
  • 2. Why is the Carnegie UK Trustinterested?2
  • 3. 3
  • 4. 4Progress is being made…..
  • 5. Scottish Government ‘StepChange’ by 20155• £240 million investment• 85% premises connectedto next generationbroadband• 75% connectivity in eachCouncil area• No premise to have aslower connection than2Mbps
  • 6. 6BUT………..20 40 60 80 1003G (2+ operators)2017 Mobile broadbandSG 2015 Superfast targetASDL2+Local Loop UnbundledSuperfast broadbandAvailability of telecoms in Scotland
  • 7. 7We need to re-think ourapproach to the ‘final 10%’How can communitybroadband provide thesolution?
  • 8. 8The climate is ripe forcommunity-led solutions
  • 9. 9Benefits of the community-ledapproach
  • 10. • Focus on final 10-15%• Supporting communities to develop own solutions• Mapping journeys• Sharing learning10What is the solution?
  • 11. How is this done?11
  • 12. Change is not uniform…
  • 13. 13ContactEmail: douglas@carnegieuk.orgTel: 01383 721554Web: http://www.carnegieuktrust.org.uk/Twitter: @DW_CarnegieUK

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