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Dr Nguyen Duc, EagleComms Advisory - Gigabit Networks: Learning from developments of GIG Networks and GIG Services
Dr Nguyen Duc, EagleComms Advisory - Gigabit Networks: Learning from developments of GIG Networks and GIG Services
Dr Nguyen Duc, EagleComms Advisory - Gigabit Networks: Learning from developments of GIG Networks and GIG Services
Dr Nguyen Duc, EagleComms Advisory - Gigabit Networks: Learning from developments of GIG Networks and GIG Services
Dr Nguyen Duc, EagleComms Advisory - Gigabit Networks: Learning from developments of GIG Networks and GIG Services
Dr Nguyen Duc, EagleComms Advisory - Gigabit Networks: Learning from developments of GIG Networks and GIG Services
Dr Nguyen Duc, EagleComms Advisory - Gigabit Networks: Learning from developments of GIG Networks and GIG Services
Dr Nguyen Duc, EagleComms Advisory - Gigabit Networks: Learning from developments of GIG Networks and GIG Services
Dr Nguyen Duc, EagleComms Advisory - Gigabit Networks: Learning from developments of GIG Networks and GIG Services
Dr Nguyen Duc, EagleComms Advisory - Gigabit Networks: Learning from developments of GIG Networks and GIG Services
Dr Nguyen Duc, EagleComms Advisory - Gigabit Networks: Learning from developments of GIG Networks and GIG Services
Dr Nguyen Duc, EagleComms Advisory - Gigabit Networks: Learning from developments of GIG Networks and GIG Services
Dr Nguyen Duc, EagleComms Advisory - Gigabit Networks: Learning from developments of GIG Networks and GIG Services
Dr Nguyen Duc, EagleComms Advisory - Gigabit Networks: Learning from developments of GIG Networks and GIG Services
Dr Nguyen Duc, EagleComms Advisory - Gigabit Networks: Learning from developments of GIG Networks and GIG Services
Dr Nguyen Duc, EagleComms Advisory - Gigabit Networks: Learning from developments of GIG Networks and GIG Services
Dr Nguyen Duc, EagleComms Advisory - Gigabit Networks: Learning from developments of GIG Networks and GIG Services
Dr Nguyen Duc, EagleComms Advisory - Gigabit Networks: Learning from developments of GIG Networks and GIG Services
Dr Nguyen Duc, EagleComms Advisory - Gigabit Networks: Learning from developments of GIG Networks and GIG Services
Dr Nguyen Duc, EagleComms Advisory - Gigabit Networks: Learning from developments of GIG Networks and GIG Services
Dr Nguyen Duc, EagleComms Advisory - Gigabit Networks: Learning from developments of GIG Networks and GIG Services
Dr Nguyen Duc, EagleComms Advisory - Gigabit Networks: Learning from developments of GIG Networks and GIG Services
Dr Nguyen Duc, EagleComms Advisory - Gigabit Networks: Learning from developments of GIG Networks and GIG Services
Dr Nguyen Duc, EagleComms Advisory - Gigabit Networks: Learning from developments of GIG Networks and GIG Services
Dr Nguyen Duc, EagleComms Advisory - Gigabit Networks: Learning from developments of GIG Networks and GIG Services
Dr Nguyen Duc, EagleComms Advisory - Gigabit Networks: Learning from developments of GIG Networks and GIG Services
Dr Nguyen Duc, EagleComms Advisory - Gigabit Networks: Learning from developments of GIG Networks and GIG Services
Dr Nguyen Duc, EagleComms Advisory - Gigabit Networks: Learning from developments of GIG Networks and GIG Services
Dr Nguyen Duc, EagleComms Advisory - Gigabit Networks: Learning from developments of GIG Networks and GIG Services
Dr Nguyen Duc, EagleComms Advisory - Gigabit Networks: Learning from developments of GIG Networks and GIG Services
Dr Nguyen Duc, EagleComms Advisory - Gigabit Networks: Learning from developments of GIG Networks and GIG Services
Dr Nguyen Duc, EagleComms Advisory - Gigabit Networks: Learning from developments of GIG Networks and GIG Services
Dr Nguyen Duc, EagleComms Advisory - Gigabit Networks: Learning from developments of GIG Networks and GIG Services
Dr Nguyen Duc, EagleComms Advisory - Gigabit Networks: Learning from developments of GIG Networks and GIG Services
Dr Nguyen Duc, EagleComms Advisory - Gigabit Networks: Learning from developments of GIG Networks and GIG Services
Dr Nguyen Duc, EagleComms Advisory - Gigabit Networks: Learning from developments of GIG Networks and GIG Services
Dr Nguyen Duc, EagleComms Advisory - Gigabit Networks: Learning from developments of GIG Networks and GIG Services
Dr Nguyen Duc, EagleComms Advisory - Gigabit Networks: Learning from developments of GIG Networks and GIG Services
Dr Nguyen Duc, EagleComms Advisory - Gigabit Networks: Learning from developments of GIG Networks and GIG Services
Dr Nguyen Duc, EagleComms Advisory - Gigabit Networks: Learning from developments of GIG Networks and GIG Services
Dr Nguyen Duc, EagleComms Advisory - Gigabit Networks: Learning from developments of GIG Networks and GIG Services
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Dr Nguyen Duc, EagleComms Advisory - Gigabit Networks: Learning from developments of GIG Networks and GIG Services

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Dr Nguyen Duc, Principal, EagleComms Advisory presented "Gigabit Networks: Learning from developments of GIG Networks and GIG Services" at Connected Australia 2013. …

Dr Nguyen Duc, Principal, EagleComms Advisory presented "Gigabit Networks: Learning from developments of GIG Networks and GIG Services" at Connected Australia 2013.

This conference is designed to help organisiations harness the opportunities that super-fast broadband will create, and explores the future impact of the NBN through the healthcare, education and consumer industries.

For more information, please visit the conference website: http://www.connectedaustralia.com.au/2013

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  • 1. Gigabit Networks Learning from Developments of GIG Networks and GIG Services Dr Nguyen Duc Principal – EagleComms Advisory Melbourne, Australia Informa Connected Australia, Sydney, 15-16 October 2013
  • 2. How many people have 10 Mbps? 10 Mbps Source: Nguyen Duc, Oct 2013 16 October 2013 © 2013 Dr Nguyen Duc – EagleComms Advisory 2
  • 3. How many people have 100 Mbps? 100 Mbps Source: Nguyen Duc, Oct 2013 16 October 2013 © 2013 Dr Nguyen Duc – EagleComms Advisory 3
  • 4. How many people have 1,000 Mbps or 1 Gbps or 1 GIG? 1,000 Mbps 1 Gbps or 1 GIG Source: Nguyen Duc, Oct 2013 16 October 2013 © 2013 Dr Nguyen Duc – EagleComms Advisory 4
  • 5. Think Capacity. Think Capability. ‘Access Pipes’ 10 Mbps 100 Mbps 1,000 Mbps 1 Gbps or 1 GIG Source: Nguyen Duc, Oct 2013 16 October 2013 © 2013 Dr Nguyen Duc – EagleComms Advisory 5
  • 6. What does 1-GIG Pipe mean? Web will be faster. High-Definition Images will be sharper. Downloading & Uploading will be superfast. • In ONE minute: Theoretically, 7.5 GB DVD, or 2,500 songs, or 1,500 photos, or 375 chest X-rays. • Full HD movie within FOUR minutes. Song (MP3): 3MB | Photo: 5MB | X-ray: 20MB | Movie (Full HD 1080p): 25GB Source: Nguyen Duc, Oct 2013 16 October 2013 © 2013 Dr Nguyen Duc – EagleComms Advisory 6
  • 7. GIG Networks What? Why? Where? How? Examples Learning 16 October 2013 © 2013 Dr Nguyen Duc – EagleComms Advisory 7
  • 8. GIG Networks  Broadband Access Networks (‘Access Pipes’) capable of supporting digital transmission at peak speeds of up to 1 Gbps (1 GIG), either downstream or upstream, or both, for residential and small business users.  Wireline or Fixed-Line Access.  Wireless Access. Source: Nguyen Duc, Oct 2013 16 October 2013 © 2013 Dr Nguyen Duc – EagleComms Advisory 8
  • 9. GIG Networks Why? Where? How?  Government policy (e.g. South Korea).  Infrastructure competition (e.g. Hong Kong, Japan).  Community initiatives (e.g. UK/Europe, USA).  Innovative use of utility resources (e.g. USA).  New business models (e.g. USA, Canada).  Opportunities for innovation (e.g. USA). Source: Nguyen Duc, Oct 2013 16 October 2013 © 2013 Dr Nguyen Duc – EagleComms Advisory 9
  • 10. GIG Networks – Examples Gigabit Internet Project (South Korea). HKBN (Hong Kong). B4RN – Broadband for the Rural North (UK). Chattanooga Gig City™ EPB Fiber (USA). Google Fiber (USA). US Ignite Program (USA). Source: Nguyen Duc, Oct 2013 16 October 2013 © 2013 Dr Nguyen Duc – EagleComms Advisory 10
  • 11. South Korea SK has world’s highest average measured connection speed of 14.2 Mbps. (Akamai, Quarter 1, 2013). [Peak speed: 44.8 Mbps] SK has world’s second highest combined FTTH-FTTB household penetration of 69% in Dec 2012. (IDATE for FTTH Council Europe, Feb 2013) SK has a strong government policy focus on information and communications technology (ICT). FTTH: Fibre-to-the-Home. FTTB: Fibre-to-the-Building Source: Nguyen Duc, Oct 2013 16 October 2013 © 2013 Dr Nguyen Duc – EagleComms Advisory 11
  • 12. South Korea’s Gigabit Project Initiated in 2009 by SK Government, in partnership with industry (including KT Corporation, SK Broadband, LG U+):  Gigabit Internet service used by 8,300 households in 10 cities in 2012. Target: 90% nationwide Gigabit coverage by 2017. (ITU BB Report, Sept 2013)  Each customer pays about 30,000 KR wons a month (approx. AUD30, NZD34, USD28, GBP17).  “We needed to be prepared for things like 3-D TV, IPTV, high-definition multimedia, gaming and videoconferencing, ultra-HD (4K) TV, cloud computing.” (SK official, Feb 2011) Source: Nguyen Duc, Oct 2013 16 October 2013 © 2013 Dr Nguyen Duc – EagleComms Advisory 12
  • 13. Hong Kong HK has world’s highest average peak connection speed of 63.6 Mbps. (Akamai, Quarter 1, 2013). [Average speed: 10.9 Mbps] HK has world’s third highest combined FTTH-FTTB household penetration of 56% in Dec 2012. (IDATE for FTTH Council Europe, Feb 2013) HK is a fierce infrastructure-based broadband competitive market, in particular between HKBN and PCCW-HKT. FTTH: Fibre-to-the-Home. FTTB: Fibre-to-the-Building Source: Nguyen Duc, Oct 2013 16 October 2013 © 2013 Dr Nguyen Duc – EagleComms Advisory 13
  • 14. HKBN 1-GIG FTTH Service  Hong Kong Broadband Network launched Hong Kong’s first 1-GIG symmetrical FTTH services in Sept 2010 for HKD199 a month (approx. AUD27, NZD31, USD26, GBP16).  HKBN fibre network covers over 2 million residential homes. (Feb 2013) Hong Kong Demographic Stats (2013) Population: 7.2 million. Land Area: 1,054 square kms. Pop Density: 6,830 persons/square km. (world’s 4th highest density) Urbanisation: 100%. Source: Nguyen Duc, Oct 2013 16 October 2013 © 2013 Dr Nguyen Duc – EagleComms Advisory 14
  • 15. B4RN  B4RN: Broadband for the Rural North.  UK’s first community-powered broadband network in rural Lancashire, offering 1-GIG symmetrical FTTH services (Jan 2013).  Community-owned and managed.  Share-based investment opportunity open to all, gained through money or labour. Source: B4RN, 2013 16 October 2013 Photos: Recombu, 2012 © 2013 Dr Nguyen Duc – EagleComms Advisory 15
  • 16. B4RN 1-GIG FTTH Service Monthly Fee: GBP30 (approx. AUD52, NZD59, USD49, EUR36). Connection Fee: GBP150 (approx. AUD261, NZD295, USD244, EUR179).  Customers provided with a standard 4-port Gigabit switch and 1-hour battery backup for Voice-over-IP (VoIP) telephone services.  B4RN network uses point-to-point FTTH architecture, with every customer premises receiving a two-fibre cable connected back to their village node. NOTE: UK Connection Speeds: 7.9 Mbps (Average); 47.9 Mbps (Peak) Source: Akamai, Quarter 1, 2013 16 October 2013 © 2013 Dr Nguyen Duc – EagleComms Advisory 16
  • 17. Chattanooga Gig City™  Chattanooga’s EPB Fiber (Tennessee): First municipal broadband network in the USA to offer 1-GIG symmetrical FTTP services in Sept 2010.  FTTP services provided over the EPB Fiber’s Smart Grid, covering about 170,000 homes and businesses (over 600 sq. miles, or about 1,600 sq. kms).  Sept 2013: About 56,000 Internet residential and business customers. (NOTE: Only 34 1-GIG customers, including 8 residential, in Aug 2013).  1-GIG Internet Monthly Fee: USD300 (approx. AUD321, NZD364, GBP184). EPB: Electric Power Board. FTTP: Fiber-to-the-Premises. Source: EPB Fiber, Oct 2013 16 October 2013 © 2013 Dr Nguyen Duc – EagleComms Advisory 17
  • 18. EPB slashes GIG Internet price  In Oct 2013, Chattanooga’s EPB Fiber upgraded Internet services of all its residential customers.  100 and 250 Mbps automatically increased to 1,000 Mbps (1 GIG) for USD70 per month. (reduced from USD300). Potentially, 3,000 GIG residential customers, after upgrades.  50 Mbps automatically increased to 100 Mbps for (unchanged) USD58 per month.  Only 100 Mbps and 1,000 Mbps offered from October 2013. USD70 = AUD75, NZD85, GBP43, EUR52 (approx.) USD58 = AUD62, NZD70, GBP36, EUR43 (approx.) Source: EPB Fiber, Oct 2013 16 October 2013 © 2013 Dr Nguyen Duc – EagleComms Advisory 18
  • 19. Google Fiber BACKGROUND & MOTIVATION:  In early 2009, the US Congress directed the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) to develop a National Broadband Plan (NBP) to ensure every American has “access to broadband capability”.  A small team at Google was preparing to provide comments to the FCC.  Google management said: “Why whine to the Government? If this is important, we should do it ourselves.” So a Google Fiber team was formed in June 2009. (Source: Google, Feb 2013) NOTE: US Connection Speeds: 8.6 Mbps (Average); 36.6 Mbps (Peak) Source: Akamai, Quarter 1, 2013 16 October 2013 © 2013 Dr Nguyen Duc – EagleComms Advisory 19
  • 20. Google Fiber RFI  In February 2010, Google announced plans to build ‘Google Fiber’ networks – Gigabit Fiber-tothe-Home (FTTH) broadband networks.  Google initiated a Request for Information (RFI) to see if any communities of 50,000 to 500,000 people would be interested in partnering with the firm in the deployment of Google Fiber networks.  Nearly 1,100 communities responded!  Kansas City, Kansas was selected. (March 2011)  Kansas City, Missouri was selected. (May 2011)  Kansas City pop:  Kansas side:  Missouri side: 16 October 2013 611,000 people. (2012) 147,000 people. 464,000 people. Source: Google Fiber, 2011 © 2013 Dr Nguyen Duc – EagleComms Advisory 20
  • 21. Google ‘Fiberhood’ Qualification  Google used social community drives to aggregate user demand. $10 pre-registration fee.  Neighbourhood ‘Rallies’ were run to determine where demand for Google Fiber is.  Deployment based on where threshold demand targets were met: ‘Fiberhood’ qualification!  Schools, libraries, and public safety in qualified areas (Fiberhoods) connected at a GIG for free.  Google Fiber residential subscribers connected ‘in waves’, and not one at a time.  Google Fiber deployment costs also reduced with special support from partnership city councils. Source: Google Fiber, Sept 2012 16 October 2013 © 2013 Dr Nguyen Duc – EagleComms Advisory 21
  • 22. Google ‘Fiberhood’ Qualification 180 Qualified ‘Fiberhoods’ in Kansas City Source: Google Fiber, Sept 2012 16 October 2013 © 2013 Dr Nguyen Duc – EagleComms Advisory 22
  • 23. Google Fiber Source: Google Fiber, Nov 2012 16 October 2013 © 2013 Dr Nguyen Duc – EagleComms Advisory 23
  • 24. Google ‘Fiberhood’ Deployment  Hanover Heights in Kansas City, Kansas: First Fiberhood to be connected to Google Fiber (November 2012).  Additional surrounding areas around Kansas City, Kansas and Missouri subsequently selected and included in the Google ‘Fiberhood’ deployment program.  In April 2013, two other cities selected for Google Fiber deployments:  Austin, Texas (from mid 2014). Population: 843,000 (2012).  Provo, Utah (from Oct 2013). Population: 116,000 (2012). Source: GigaOM, 2013 16 October 2013 Source: Provo Daily Herald, 2013 © 2013 Dr Nguyen Duc – EagleComms Advisory 24
  • 25. Google Fiber 1-GIG Speed Test UPLOAD DOWNLOAD [Mike D.] posted this to Twitter during the first few minutes that Google Fiber went live in his Kansas City home. Source: Ars Technica, Nov 2012 16 October 2013 © 2013 Dr Nguyen Duc – EagleComms Advisory 25
  • 26. Google Services in Kansas City Three Google Fiber services offered in Kansas City:  Gigabit Internet + TV: US$120 per month. US$300 construction fee waived.  Gigabit Internet: US$70 per month. US$300 construction fee waived.  Free Internet: US$0 per month. US$300 construction fee (one time, or US$25 per month for 12 months). Approx. Conversion (2 Oct 2013):  USD120 = AUD128; NZD145; GBP74; EUR88.  USD70 = AUD75; NZD85; GBP43; EUR52.  USD300 = AUD321; NZD364; GBP185; EUR221. Source: Google Fiber, Nov 2012 16 October 2013 © 2013 Dr Nguyen Duc – EagleComms Advisory 26
  • 27. Google Gigabit Internet + TV Up to 1 Gbps download & upload. Full channel TV line-up. 2-year contract. No data caps. HDTV Box. Network Box. 2-TB Storage Box. Nexus 7 Tablet. 1TB of Cloud Storage across Gmail, Drive and G+ Photos. US$120 per month. Source: Google Fiber, Oct 2013 16 October 2013 © 2013 Dr Nguyen Duc – EagleComms Advisory 27
  • 28. Google Gigabit Internet Up to 1 Gbps download & upload. 1-year contract. No data caps. Network Box. 1TB of Cloud Storage across Gmail, Drive and G+ Photos. US$70 per month. Source: Google Fiber, Oct 2013 16 October 2013 © 2013 Dr Nguyen Duc – EagleComms Advisory 28
  • 29. Google Free Internet Up to 5 Mbps download & 1 Mbps upload. Free service guaranteed for at least 7 years. No data caps. Network Box. US$300 construction fee (one time, or US$25 per month for 12 months). Source: Google Fiber, Oct 2013 16 October 2013 © 2013 Dr Nguyen Duc – EagleComms Advisory 29
  • 30. Partnership  A non-profit public-private partnership announced at the White House in June 2012.  “US Ignite Partnership is an initiative to promote US leadership in developing applications and services for ultra-fast broadband and software-defined networks. It will foster the creation of novel applications and digital experiences that will transform healthcare, education and job skills training, public safety, energy, and advanced manufacturing.”  US Ignite will leverage the resources of government, research institutions, foundations, and industry to foster an innovation ecosystem for development of gigabit applications and services. NOTE: NICTA (National ICT Australia Ltd) is a partner of the US Ignite initiative. Source: US Ignite, June 2012 16 October 2013 © 2013 Dr Nguyen Duc – EagleComms Advisory 30
  • 31. Gigabit Explorer Challenge  In Sept 2013, US Ignite and Google Fiber announced they will jointly host ‘Gigabit Explorer Challenge’ at Google’s Fiber Space in Kansas City, Missouri on November 1-3, 2013.  Theme: What would you do with a Gigabit?  Purpose: Looking for US developers to build and test Gigabit Applications.  For example, Gigabit Applications that:  Are incredibly and realistically responsive, with no latency or delay.  Allow you to touch, move, and control things with your hands, your eyes, or your body language.  Enable real-time collaboration in a natural way.  Provide immediate results from massive computations from big data  Is not limited by bandwidth. Source: US Ignite, Sept 2013 16 October 2013 © 2013 Dr Nguyen Duc – EagleComms Advisory 31
  • 32. And what about Australia and New Zealand? National Broadband Network Ultra-Fast Broadband (NBN) 4.7 Mbps (AU) (UFB) Average Measured Connection Speeds 26.3 Mbps (AU) Average Peak Connection Speeds 4.4 Mbps (NZ) 20.2 Mbps (NZ) Source: Akamai, Quarter 1, 2013 16 October 2013 © 2013 Dr Nguyen Duc – EagleComms Advisory 32
  • 33. Australian NBN In April 2013, NBN Co announced it will be offering 1-GIG Wholesale FTTP services in December 2013. 1,000 Mbps download / 400 Mbps upload. Wholesale access price: A$150 per month. New Coalition Govt’s NBN Policy: (Sept. 2013)  Fibre-to-the-Node (FTTN): 71% pop.  Fibre-to-the-Premises (FTTP): 22% pop.  Fixed Wireless & Satellites: 7% pop. Approx. Conversion (2 Oct 2013):  AUD150 = USD140; NZD170; GBP86; EUR103. Source: Nguyen Duc, Oct 2013 16 October 2013 © 2013 Dr Nguyen Duc – EagleComms Advisory 33
  • 34. New Zealand UFB In September 2013, Chorus announced it will launch 1-GIG FTTH community competition on NZ Labour Day (Oct 28). The winning community ‘Gigatown’, within Chorus’ Ultra-Fast Fibre (UFB) deployment areas, will be announced in early 2015. Source: Chorus, Sept 2013 16 October 2013 © 2013 Dr Nguyen Duc – EagleComms Advisory 34
  • 35. GIG Networks & GIG Services Summary 16 October 2013 © 2013 Dr Nguyen Duc – EagleComms Advisory 35
  • 36. Gigabit Networks - Summary Key Drivers for GIG Network Deployments:  Government telecommunications policies and regulations at Federal, State and Local levels.  Infrastructure competition.  Geo-demographic environment.  Community initiatives and drives.  Innovative use of utility resources.  New business initiatives. New business models.  ‘Fiberhood’ qualification deployment. Source: Nguyen Duc, Oct 2013 16 October 2013 © 2013 Dr Nguyen Duc – EagleComms Advisory 36
  • 37. Gigabit Services - Summary  Still in early days. Therefore, lots of opportunities to innovate and develop 1-GIG services and applications.  In the meantime, GIG users can enjoy:  Faster web.  Sharper high-definition images. Smoother video streaming.  Superfast downloads and uploads. Improved productivity.  Sharing the same GIG pipe with other users, with minimal concern about capacity, speed or delay issues.  Applications:  High-definition real-time medical images.  Immersive real-time communications.  High-speed cloud computing.  Gigabit applications from ‘Gigabit Explorer Challenge’. Source: Nguyen Duc, Oct 2013 16 October 2013 © 2013 Dr Nguyen Duc – EagleComms Advisory 37
  • 38. Gigabit Pricing - Summary COUNTRY GIG NETWORK MONTHLY FEE (Local Currency) MONTHLY FEE (Approx. USD) MONTHLY FEE (Approx. AUD) Hong Kong HKBN HKD200 USD26 AUD27 South Korea Gigabit Project KRW30,000 USD28 AUD30 UK B4RN GBP30 USD49 AUD52 USA Google Fiber (Kansas City) USD70 USD70 AUD75 USA Chattanooga Gig City™ EPB Fiber USD70 USD70 AUD75 Australia NBN (Dec 2013) AUD150 (wholesale) USD140 (wholesale) AUD150 (wholesale) New Zealand Chorus UFB (2015) TBA (wholesale) TBA (wholesale) TBA (wholesale) Source: Nguyen Duc, Oct 2013 16 October 2013 © 2013 Dr Nguyen Duc – EagleComms Advisory 38
  • 39. Think Capacity. Think Capability. ‘Access Pipes’ 10 Mbps 100 Mbps 1,000 Mbps 1 Gbps or 1 GIG Source: Nguyen Duc, Oct 2013 16 October 2013 © 2013 Dr Nguyen Duc – EagleComms Advisory 39
  • 40. Acknowledgements The author would like to thank the organisations and people who kindly share their images on the net that are used in this presentation. 16 October 2013 © 2013 Dr Nguyen Duc – EagleComms Advisory 40
  • 41. Gigabit Networks Learning from Developments of GIG Networks and GIG Services Dr Nguyen Duc Principal – EagleComms Advisory Melbourne, Australia Informa Connected Australia, Sydney, 15-16 October 2013
  • 42. Provo City’s Promo Video “Google Fiber versus Broadband” Provo City’s Promo Video “Google Fiber versus Broadband” (1:20 min) http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9QU5lHzgvK0&feature=player_embedded Source: Provo City, Utah, Oct 2013 16 October 2013 © 2013 Dr Nguyen Duc – EagleComms Advisory 42

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