Last updated: 19 Apr 2009 Update History
Report Status: Archived
Report Pages: 20
Analyst: Paul Budde
This report was archived in August 2009 and has a history up unto that date. For more recent info see new report:- Australia - Municipal Broadband. With the increased awareness of broadband, cities, regions and communities are starting to understand the social and economic benefits that broadband can bring to their communities. It is therefore of critical importance that cities are taking charge of the development of their knowledge-based environments. A proactive local government is a vital element in the development of broadband, to the point where it can begin to deliver community benefits in education, healthcare, community services, job creation and export. Despite this awareness very little action has been taken either by State and Local Government in Austria, which is in stark contrast to situations overseas. This report discusses the Broadband Agenda that cities should develop and the strategies that should flow on from here. It is essential that councils become actively involved in the National Broadband Network.
Paul owns and manages the world's largest online Telecommunications Consultancy and is very active on the international telecommunication scene. A very hard worker who is extremely well informed and well connected with all tiers of the ICT industry. He is the force behind the NBN project implementation and a catalyst for the progress of the Digital Economy between the Industry and the powers that be, in the government
Sharif Ahmed, Senior Consultant, Digisoft Microsystems
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