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Australia - National Broadband Network - Statistics and Analysis - Product Image

Australia - National Broadband Network - Statistics and Analysis

  • ID: 4587279
  • Report
  • Region: Australia
  • 73 pages
  • Paul Budde Communication Pty Ltd
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FEATURED COMPANIES

  • Austar
  • Fibercorp.
  • LBNCo
  • Neighbourhood Cable
  • Optus
  • Telstra
  • MORE
Australia's National Broadband Network (NBN) is delivered via a multi-technology mix (MTM) to homes and businesses including: fibre to the premises (FTTP), fibre to the building (FTTB), fibre to the node (FTTN), Hybrid Fibre Coaxial (HFC), fixed wireless and satellite.

The purpose of the company nbn is to build a nationwide, wholesale-only, high-speed, affordable open broadband network. NBN Co was rebranded as nbn, the company overseeing Australia's National Broadband Network (NBN) project. As it does not provide telecommunications services to retail customers, the market opened up existing and new licensed RSPs (Retail Service Providers).

The NBN will increase Australia's GDP by up to $10 billion and create up to 150,000 new jobs nationally in the digital industry by 2021. The establishment of businesses in areas served by the NBN so far grew at twice the rate of the national average and five times the pace of regions without the network.

NBN Co announced plans in 2018 to be able to more efficiently deploy fibre to the curb (FTTC) services instead of its more conventional DSLAM-based fibre to the basement (FTTB) services when connecting smaller multi-dwelling units (MDUs).

The industry has started to seriously question the regulatory environment around the NBN. The smaller players believe they are in danger of being squeezed out of the market through complex and expensive NBN wholesale offerings. These same arrangements also mean that the end-users are not receiving the benefits of high-speed broadband in an affordable form.

NBN Co has revealed plans to begin deploying skinny fibre (thinner fibre cables) in new housing estates from 2017-2018.

The National Broadband Network announced it would entirely abandon its plan to use the Optus Hybrid Fibre Coaxial (HFC) network to deliver high-speed broadband. NBN will however still be using Telstra's more extensive HFC network as planned.

Key Developments:

NBN Co deploy fibre to the curb (FTTC) services instead of DSLAM-based fibre.

NBN Co will deploy skinny fibre (thinner fibre cables)
The NBN will increase Australias GDP by up to $10 billion.

Companies mentioned in this report include:

NBN; Austar; Ericsson; Visionstream; Optus, iiNet, AUSTAR, Foxtel, Neighbourhood Cable, TransACT. Optus, Telstra, nbn (NBN Co), LBNCo, OPENetworks, OptiComm, RedTrain, Pivit, Fibercorp.
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FEATURED COMPANIES

  • Austar
  • Fibercorp.
  • LBNCo
  • Neighbourhood Cable
  • Optus
  • Telstra
  • MORE
1 National Broadband Network (NBN)
1.1 Overview
1.2 Corporate plan - 2019-2022
1.3 Wholesale provider overview
1.4 Market analysis
1.5 Regional improvements

2 NBN Market statistics
2.1 Revenue Statistics
2.2 Subscriptions
2.3 Broadband market share by provider

3 Fibre-to-the-Premises (FTTP)
3.1 Statistics
3.2 Major players
3.3 Historical developments
3.4 Greenfield estates

4 Fibre-to-the-Basement (FTTB)

5 Fibre-to-the-Node (FTTN)

6 Fibre-to-the-Curb (FTTC)

7 G.Fast and XG.Fast

8 HFC (Cable) Networks
8.1 Hybrid Fibre Coax (HFC) Technology
8.2 HFC NBN Developments
8.3 NBN statistics
8.4 Operator statistics
8.5 HFC operators

9 Fixed wireless networks
9.1 Overview
9.2 Network rollout
9.3 Market analysis
9.4 Fixed wireless statistics

10 The NBN satellite network
10.1 SKY MUSTER
10.2 Ka-band satellites
10.3 Contracts
10.4 Telstra
10.5 Viasat

11 Related reports

List of Tables
Table 1 NBN Revenue ($million) Statistics 2013 2018
Table 2 NBN ARPU 2013 2018
Table 3 NBN Capital Expenditure 2013 2018
Table 4 Cost per premises 2014 -2017
Table 5 Historic - Property, Plan, Equipment and Intangible Assets
Table 6 NBN premises activated, Ready for Service (thousands) 2011 2018
Table 7 Cumulative End User Subscriptions by Technology 2013 2018
Table 8 Market Share Subscriptions 2013 2018
Table 9 Cumulative Premises Ready for Service 2016 2017
Table 10 Historic - Market Share Premises Ready for Service 2016 2017
Table 11 Fixed Line Speed Tier Mix 2016 2017
Table 12 Fixed Wireless Speed Tier Mix 2016 2017
Table 13 Sky Muster Satellite Service Speed Tier Mix 2016 2017
Table 14 NBN premises activated by platform 2016 2017
Table 15 NBN premises serviceable by platform 2016 2017
Table 16 Historic - NBN premises activated by platform 2014 2016
Table 17 Historic - NBN fibre premises serviceable by type 2012 2016
Table 18 Historic - NBN fibre premises activated 2011 2016
Table 19 FTTP - Market Share - by Provider June 2018
Table 20 FTTB -- Market Share - by Provider June 2018
Table 21 FTTN- Market Share - by Provider June 2018
Table 22 HFC - Market Share - by Provider June 2018
Table 23 Wireless - Market Share - by Provider June 2018
Table 24 Satellite - Market Share - by Provider June 2018
Table 25 NBN revenue statistics FTTP / FTTP FY 2013 2017
Table 26 FTTP subscriber statistics 2013 2018
Table 27 Annual FTTP / FTTP capital expenditure FY 2013 2017
Table 28 FTTP Cost per premise FY 2014-2016
Table 29 FTTP Greenfields rollouts 2014 2016
Table 30 FTTP Greenfields Rollouts 2014 2016
Table 31 FttN expenditure 2014 2016
Table 32 HFC Roll out plan 2016 2018
Table 33 HFC Current Roll out status 2016 2017
Table 34 - Weighted average cost per HFC premise (rounded nearest $100)
Table 35 NBN capital expenditure FY2015 2017
Table 36 HFC- Market Share - by Provider June 2017
Table 37 Cable broadband subscribers by major operator and annual change 2002 2017
Table 38 Optus on-net broadband subscribers 2009 2018
Table 39 NBN Cost per premises fixed wireless FY 2014 2017
Table 40 FTTH Wireless Rollouts FY 2014 2017
Table 41 NBN Capital expenditure fixed wireless FY 2013 2017
Table 42 NBN ARPU Fixed wireless FY 2014-2016
Table 43 Satellite Rollouts 2014 2016
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  • NBN
  • Austar
  • Ericsson
  • Visionstream
  • Optus
  • iiNet
  • AUSTAR
  • Foxtel
  • Neighbourhood Cable
  • TransACT. Optus
  • Telstra
  • nbn (NBN Co)
  • LBNCo
  • OPENetworks
  • OptiComm
  • RedTrain
  • Pivit
  • Fibercorp.
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