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Australia - Analysis - Infrastructure - 2007

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Last updated: 6 Aug 2008 Update History

Report Status: Archived

Report Pages: 13

Analyst: Paul Budde

Synopsis

The infrastructure market is going though some important changes. This report indicates which infrastructures are suited for what. Telstra has started an NGN update of its telecoms network; they also launched their plans for a FttN network. G9 has launched its own FttN plans. The government has set $3 billion aside for the future proofing of regional infrastructure, Labor is talking about $4 billion. This in turn has opened up opportunities for new investments for a national/regional wholesale access network. Once such infrastructure is in place the business case for local access networks becomes more realistic as well.

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