NBN Co Introduction to NBN Co and the national broadband roll-out

Report
Network Design & Construction Overview
93% Fibre Coverage
Indicative map
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93% Fibre + 4% Wireless
Indicative map
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93% Fibre + 4% Wireless + 3% Satellite
Christmas Island
Cocos Island
Norfolk Island
Lord Howe
Island
Indicative map
By 2020
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Building the NBN – Release 2
• ACT
 Gungahlin
• NSW
 Riverstone (Sydney), Coffs Harbour
 Minnamurra/Kiama Downs (First
Release)
 Armidale (First Release)
• Queensland
 Brisbane (inner north), Springfield
Lakes, Toowoomba
 Townsville (First Release)
• Northern Territory
 Casuarina
• South Australia
 Modbury, Prospect
 Seaford/McLaren Vale (First
Release)
• Victoria
 Bacchus Marsh, South Morang
 Brunswick
• Western Australia
 Victoria Park (Perth), Geraldton,
Mandurah
Network Design & Physical Infrastructure Representation
Street furniture - fibre distribution hub
Dimensions of FDH Cabinet
Height - 111cm
Width – 54cm
Depth – 34cm
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Network Dimensions
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Full-Scale Construction @ ‘Volume Roll-Out’
• Roll-out over approximately 9.5 years
• NBN expected to pass over 12 million premises
when rollout completed
• Almost 6,000 premises forecast to be passed per
day during peak rollout
• Projected direct construction workforce of 15,000 to
20,000 FTEs at the peak of construction
• Construction will occur concurrently in metropolitan,
regional, and rural areas
• It will be Australia's first national wholesale-only,
open access broadband network
• Network will be capable of providing peak speeds of
up to 1 Gigabyte per second to 93% of Australian
premises and 12 megabits per second to the
remaining 7% of premises, through a
satellite/wireless solution
NBN is different
• The NBN roll-out will involve multiple projects
of a like nature over a substantial period of
time
• There is significant scope to leverage
learnings and drive improvements as we go
• We have a unique opportunity to evolve /
define construction delivery characteristics
To put this into further perspective…
Indicative
Verizon
• Fibre network
• Limited to a few states and concentrated in
high-density urban areas (not regional/rural)
• 18m homes past
• 6m premises connected
• Roll-out over 5 years
NBN Co
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Fibre, wireless & satellite
Coverage in metro, rural and remote Australia
National roll-out
12m + premises connected
Roll-out over 9.5 years
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Fibre based NBN Plan Summary - Singapore compared with Australia
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Govt Funding
S$1 billion
A$37.5 billion (est)
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Public Contribution
No – Govt Grants
Yes – Public Contribution expected
Premises Coverage
95%
100%
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Notable Differences
City State
Sprawling low density suburbs
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Structural Requirements
Three way separation
optical infrastructure
wholesale and retail
operations
Two-way separation of
wholesale and retail
operations (TBD)?
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Timeframe and/or completion
Completion in 2012
9.5 years (est)
Outline of Average Design & Construction
On average a 12 months process per Fibre Serving Area Module (FSAM)
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Detailed
Design
Remediation
CIS
Construction
Testing
Activation
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Coff’s Build
5 Fibre Serving Area Modules (FSAM)
Detail Design
Remediation
Construction
Testing
Activation
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FSAM
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Fixed Wireless Roll Out
• Ericsson appointed to design, build and
operate Fixed Wireless Network
• First Release scheduled for completion
mid 2012
• 14,000 Premises covered by mid 2012
• 283,000 Premises covered by mid June
2013
• Roll-out scheduled for completion mid
2015
• To cover 4% or roughly 500,000
premises
Five Fixed Wireless First Release
Areas:
• Geraldton
• Toowoomba
• Darwin
• Tamworth
• Ballarat
Mobile Wireless and Fixed Wireless
Mobile - variable number and type of devices
- variable cell boundaries
Fixed wireless - single type of device, fixed
number of connections
- 12Mbps cell boundary
Fixed Wireless – How it works
Backhaul Network
Customer
Active
Equipment
Wireless
Base
Station
Premises
Ducted Fibre
LTE
Modem
(Mod)
Pitt
Key Characteristics
• LTE technology will be used as part of the Fixed Wireless roll out.
LTE is often referred to as “4G”.
•Unlike 3G, LTE is designed purely for data (e.g. voice is handled
as data).
DWDM
Mod
SAEGW
Gateway
Fixed Wireless – Coverage to the Premise
Key Characteristics
• Signal send and received between
telecommunication facility and Fixed External antenna
installed on outside of premise. Routed via Ethernet
cable to an internal wall mounted indoor unit
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Premise Installation
At the customer premises....
Example of an
Outdoor Antenna
Example of an Indoor unit
(Network Termination
Device, NTD)
Fibre installation to premises
- Premise control device
EXAMPLE ONLY: NTD (Indoor)

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