Australia - Powerline Broadband and PLC - Roundtable 2003

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Last updated: 19 Jul 2004 Update History

Report Status: Archived

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Analyst: Paul Budde


Power utilities around the world are recognising the natural competitive advantage they have in telecommunications. This comes from the use of infrastructure they have in place, their systems, a strong relationship with and an understanding of a large customer base, and a core competency in network management and maintenance. It is a natural extension of business activity for a power company to enter into telecommunications. New developments in Powerline Communication (PLC) are making it possible for these utilities to enter the more lucrative broadband market. In June 2004 DCITA published their results on a national feasibility study.

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