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New Zealand - Ultra-Fast Broadband Network - Insights and Analysis

  • ID: 1441770
  • January 2015
  • Region: New Zealand
  • 17 Pages
  • Paul Budde Communication Pty Ltd

FEATURED COMPANIES

  • CFH
  • Chorus
  • Enable
  • Ericsson
  • Huawei
  • Northpower
  • MORE

Steady progress continues to be made with New Zealand's Ultra-Fast Broadband (UFB) and the Regional Broadband Initiative (RBI). Both are being deployed across the country to secure a national infrastructure suitable for the next decades. Though the networks will not be complete for a few years yet, these deployments will set the stage for many new developments utilising high-speed broadband. Rolling out the UFB, undertaken by Chorus and other local operators, has helped to drive investment in telecom infrastructure, which increased from $1.24 billion in 2010/11 to $1.58 billion in 2012/13, before falling to $1.48 billion in 2013/14.

The uptake of fibre was slow during the first year of the undertaking since such a new development had to compete with existing technologies, and many customers have needed to wait for contracts with ISPs to expire before switching to a new provider. High-speed networks are connecting schools as a priority, with all schools to be connected by the end of 2015. A growing number of businesses and residential premises are also being served.
The RBI is being developed by the joint venture of Chorus and Vodafone New Zealand. Chorus is working on the READ MORE >

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FEATURED COMPANIES

  • CFH
  • Chorus
  • Enable
  • Ericsson
  • Huawei
  • Northpower
  • MORE

1. Synopsis
2. The UFB and RBI
2.1 Background information
2.2 Deployment developments
2.3 Will the deployment strategy last
2.4 The backbone network
2.5 New networks adding financial value to the economy
2.6 VDSL developments
2.7 Rural Broadband Initiative (RBI)
2.7.1 Funding and usage
2.7.2 Speeds will increase over time to rural users
2.7.3 Statistical overview of the RBI rollout
3. BuddeComm analysis
3.1 UFB developments and analysis
3.2 Overbuilding the networks overspends the investment dollar
3.3 Savings can pay for infrastructure
3.4 Independent networks communicating on the same layer
4. Overview of involved parties
4.1 Chorus
4.2 Crown Fibre Holdings (CFH)
4.2.1 The aim of the CFH
4.2.2 How will the role of the CFH work
4.2.3 Overview of progress
4.3 Enable Networks
4.4 Northpower Fibre
4.5 Transfield
4.6 Ultrafast Fibre
4.7 Vodafone
5. Related reports
Table 1 Overview of UFB rollout by premise type and users available 2013 - 2019
Exhibit 1 The 33 UFB candidature regions by UFB LFC deployment company
Exhibit 2 Brief overview of UFB deployment by area
Exhibit 3 Brief overview of RBI deployment
Exhibit 4 The Retail Service providers by LFC Chorus Limited
Exhibit 5 The Retail Service providers of LFC Enable Networks
Exhibit 6 The Retail Service providers of LFC Northpower Fibre
Exhibit 7 The Retail Service providers of LFC Ultrafast Fibre

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CFH

Orcon

Enable

Ericsson

WEL

Huawei

Northpower

Vodafone

Chorus

Transfield

Velocity Networks.

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