Last updated: 7 Dec 2010 Update History
Report Status: Archived
Report Pages: 17
Analyst: Stephen McNamara
The term Next Generation Network (NGN) is a broad term used to describe a telecommunications network where all the information for both voice and data services is transported in data packets from any point in the network to any other location. New Zealand is currently considering major changes to policy and regulation with respect to the telecommunications industry.
In the report we provide background information and analysis of developments relating to NGNs and FttH in New Zealand - excluding the government’s national fibre initiative - including details of regional and local initiatives around the country. This report is not updated. Regularly updated data on the company is available in the separate report: New Zealand - Infrastructure - NGNs and FttH.
Paul has been a relentless advocate and tireless activist for making the world a more connected place.
His passion for broadband and his firm belief in its transformational impact on societies across the globe is unrivalled.
I am honoured to call Paul a friend and I trust he will keep up the fight for better broadband and better access to broadband for all people, wherever they live and whatever their background, into the future.
Senator Stephen Conroy, former Communications Minister and Deputy Leader of the Opposition in the Senate
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