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1 Disclaimer This document sets out NBN Co’s proposals in respect of certain aspects of the National Broadband Network. The contents of this document represent NBN Co’s current position on the subject matter of this document. The contents of this document should not be relied upon by our stakeholders (or any other person) as representing NBN Co’s final position on the subject matter of this document, except where stated otherwise. NBN Co’s position on the subject matter of this document may also be impacted by legislative and regulatory developments in respect of the National Broadband Network. All prices shown in this document are exclusive of any GST. © NBN Co Limited 2011 ‘NBN Explained’ Darren Rudd September 2011

2 Presentation Overview The Digital Economy Network Design & Construction Overview Applications Overview General Discussion / Q&A

3 The Digital Economy

4 Broadband Connected Home: Always On, Many Devices/Applications Laptops, Tablet APPLICATIONS Telephone, Video and Voice call Teleworking Digital Healthcare Home automation Energy management Security Media sharing Universal Remote Video Streaming Digital Photo Frame Social Networking Internet Connected Appliances APPLICATIONS Telephone, Video and Voice call Teleworking Digital Healthcare Home automation Energy management Security Media sharing Universal Remote Video Streaming Digital Photo Frame Social Networking Internet Connected Appliances Internet TV Video Stream Games Internet TV Video Stream Games Media Phone Tele-working Home Security Energy Management Energy Management Health Monitoring

5 Reference Sites for NBN-Enabled Future Homes & Devices – Google or YouTude the following for real examples of your future home & end user devices: Microsoft Home of the Future South Korea Home of the Future Belgium Home of the Future AT&T House of the Future (Plano, Texas) Samsung’s Advanced Digital Home LG & Whirlpool Smart/Internet Fridges Real 3D TV Smart Metering Security Systems

6 Residential bandwidth demand quickly reaches 100Mbits/sec Mbps Mbps TOTAL Video conference 6 Mbps SDTV 0,3 Mbps 2 x 2 Mbps Online gaming 0,5 Mbps 2+ Mbps Broadband Internet 10 Mbps 20 Mbps 0,2 Mbps Telephony Peer to Peer 10 Mbps20 Mbps Mobile phone 5,7 Mbps 14,4 Mbps HDTV 0,5 Mbps 2 x 10 Mbps Video telephony 2 Mbps 3D-HDTV 0,7 Mbps 30 Mbps Hosted Applications 1-20 Mbps Mbps

7 Immersive video drives the demand for higher bandwidth What’s the next “Big Thing”? – Super HD? Ultra HD? 3D HD? Ultra High Definition Video (7680 x 4320) on digital paper Super HD Digital Cinema-4K (4096 x 2160) HDTV 1080p (1920 x 1080) Digital Cinema-2K (2064 x 1080) HDTV 720p SDTV Relative Screen Size We are here

8 The Advent of Digital Paper / Wall Paper

9 Bus Stops now more than shelters - now interactive hubs

10 Fibre penetration in key economies Source:FTTH Council, Australia isn’t currently on the list!

11 Waseda Univeristy Institute of e-Government 2010 Rankings  e-Government Rankings 2010 criteria: o Network Preparedness o Required Interface-Functioning Applications o Management Optimization o National Portals o Chief Information Officer (CIO) in Government o e-Govt Promotion o e-Participation  New Trends for e-Government Development: Environment and Climate (Green ICT) Government 2.0 Disaster Recovery & Business Continuity Planning (BCP) e-Inclusion Digital Divide One Stop Service Central & Local Government Linkages Cloud Computing e-Participation

12 United Nations e-Government Survey Rankings 2010  2010 United Nations E-Governement Rankings criteria: o the role of e-govt in building public trust o boosting transparency through the sharing of govt data o expediting public service delivery o regulatory reform  New Trends for e-Government Development: a ‘citizen-centric’ practice and approach ‘development’ – how much progress has actually been made instead of how ready they are ‘one-stop shop’ portals greater harmonizing of e-government at the regional level

13 Telecom Italia “Smart Cities Laboratory” – ANCI (National Association of Italian Municipalities = 7000) and Telecom Italia agree to establish a Smart Cities Lab to develop digital services that enhance key municipality-level issues including: energy efficiency public lighting network optimization via sensor management car park monitoring environmental monitoring connectivity solutions in public areas communications with citizens promotion of Tourism Security-orientated solutions such as monitoring at city events establish guideline for all cities towards more sustainable & intelligent urban environments increase local government competitiveness by becoming more efficient in the provision of traditional services to citizens

14 Other eGOVT Reference Sites  South Korean Government websites:  The Japanese Government websites:

15 We Will Take Learning to Where People Live

16 The clean and open environment creates the ideal forum for the exchange of ideas and discovery of information. Private and semi-private areas have been integrated for activities that demand some level of insulation for more focused study. Auditorium Media Room Research Meeting Rooms Group PC Stations Individual and group PC stations are strategically positioned throughout. Auditorium with seating for 30 people Private meeting rooms Semi-private Media/Research room ACADEMIC PROGRAMMING

17 ACADEMIC ZONE PLAN Meeting Rooms Auditorium Media/Research

18 The Auditorium area allows for the assembly of 30 audience members in a semi-private forum. This view is standing at the lectern looking out into the audience. The glass partitions in the background divide the academic from the social space. The meeting rooms are to the left. AUDITORIUM Large screen monitor Chalkboard Lectern

19 This view is from inside one of the meeting rooms. The media/research area is to the right, the auditorium/lectern is top center. MEETING ROOMS

20 This view is looking over one of the Surface Lounges, into the “Conversation Room”. The Windows Phone Zone is to the left. SOCIAL PROGRAMMING PERMITER VIEW 2 Bulletin board, with photos, event posters, etc. Art gallery wall Surface table lounge

21 This view is looking into the main entry area of the “Social” area. In the foreground there is a Surface table area, above, left is a group PC table. The upper right shows a Kinect gaming area. The Windows Phone Zone is above the group PC table. SOCIAL ZONE ENTRY Bulletin board, with photos, event posters, etc. Art gallery wall Surface table lounge

22 This view is from one of the Surface table lounges, looking into the side of the “Dorm Room” on the right. There is a PC table (with blue stools) mid ground, the Plush Lounge is beyond that and the Kinect area is in the background. SOCIAL INTERIOR VIEW 1 Bulletin board, with photos, event posters, etc. Art gallery wall Surface table lounge

23 The interior of the “Dorm Room” is a high design interpretation of the traditional “home away from home” for a college student. Using the concept of bunk beds as couches, students can chill out while playing Xbox, using a PC to surf the internet, watch movies or listen to music. POD 1: THE DORM ROOM Bulletin board, with photos, event posters, etc. Art gallery wall Surface table lounge

24 This view is looking into the “Plush Lounge”. Rich colors, fabrics and lighting create an intimate social environment for relaxing and entertaining. This space is ideal for Xbox 360, Surface and Windows Phone 7 experiences. POD 2: PLUSH LOUNGE Bulletin board, with photos, event posters, etc. Art gallery wall Surface table lounge


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