Australia - Analysis - First Results of Structural Changes

Synopsis

This report has been archived and has not been updated. In order for the Australian industry to move into 2008, some serious structural changes need to be made to align their current businesses towards the challenges of media convergence. This is all the more important in order to break through the rhetoric and bullying that is taking place in Australia. Furthermore there are the cannibalisation effects of VoIP and on top that the access models are changing, with triple play emerging as the model forward. The industry will have to align itself along one of the three key structures: infrastructure, content and appliances. Lessons can be learned from an analysis of what is happening around the globe.

Table of Contents

  • 1. Synopsis
  • 2. A rapidly changing global telecoms market
    • 2.1 Electronic consumption becomes an economic driver
    • 2.2 Incumbents clash with their governments
    • 2.3 Pro-active telcos can stay ahead of regulations
    • 2.4 Governments will continue to lead telecoms policies
    • 2.5 Lack of policies = lack of innovation
    • 2.6 Facilities based competition is the way to go
    • 2.7 Infrastructure duopolies looks like the best option
    • 2.8 Unbundling does lead to infrastructure roll out
    • 2.9 Telcos that fail to change will go under
    • 2.10 Development world still a long way to go
    • 2.11 Key trends and developments
  • 3. Three distinct segments
    • 3.1 Infrastructure
    • 3.2 Content
    • 3.3 Appliances
  • 4. Get a 360 degree vision
  • 5. The need for open networks
  • 6. Separation and integration
  • 7. Related reports
  • Exhibit 1 – Massive restructuring is now overdue

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Last updated 4 Nov 2008
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