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1 How to jump the queue when the NBN isn’t coming to town? Peter Choquenot ATI Australia

2 or Cost Effective Network Extension for National Broadband Networks Peter Choquenot ATI Australia

3 Summary What is the NBN and what will it actually deliver? Where will it be delivered? Can we engineer a cost effective equivalent solution for areas not being adequately serviced in a timely fashion?

4 NBN Summary* Fibre 90-93%20,700,000-21,400,000 (towns with 1,000+ premises) Fixed Wireless4%920,000 Satellite3-6%690,000-1,380,000 *Mike Quigley

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6 NBN Interface Speeds* Fibre 1,000 Mbps Fixed Wireless25/5 Mbps Satellite6/1 Mbps moving to 25/5 Mbps Your experience depends on some factors outside our control, like your equipment quality, software, broadband plans and how your service provider designs its network. *NBN web site

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8 NBN “Apparent” Speeds* Fibre 10/10 Mbps Fixed Wireless660/150 kbps Satellite350/100 kbps * Mike Quigley

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14 What does the NBN actually provide? A distribution network providing between 350 kbps and 10 Mbps of sustained throughput per user Burst capacities of between 25 Mbps and 1 Gbps

15 NBN Architecture

16 Where are the PoIs?

17 NSW Regional PoIs Albury Coffs Harbour Dubbo Grafton Nowra-Bomaderry Tamworth Wagga

18 Vic Regional PoIs Ballarat Bendigo Horsham Shepparton Traralgon

19 Qld Regional PoIs Bundaberg Cairns Mackay Rockhampton Toowoomba Townsville

20 What does the NBN actually provide? Backhaul from to PoI of between 35 Mbps and 1 Gbps per 100 users

21 Alternatives to Satellite Convince NBN to build fibre into your area Bring your area to an NBN PoI

22 DIY NBN Distribute locally via fibre or wireless Backhaul enough data to the nearest PoI

23 Backhaul Options Carrier serviceup to 100 Mbps Microwaveup to 10 Gbps

24 Distribution Options Local mesh network300 Mbps per node (200 premises per node Wireless equivalent) (30 premises per node Fibre equivalent)

25 Premises Backhaul35-70 Mbps (Wireless equivalent) 500-1,000 Mbps (Fibre equivalent) Revenue from 50 premises = $30,000 p.a. (25 Mbps)

26 Premises Backhaul Mbps (Wireless equivalent) 1-5 Gbps (Fibre equivalent) Revenue from 250 premises = $150,000 p.a. (25 Mbps)

27 Example Networks Isaacs Regional Council (Qld) South Coast Network (NSW)

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30 Take Home Message There is no magic in the NBN If NBN isn’t coming to your area then you will need to either accept an inferior service or control your own destiny Cost effective options exist

31 Thank You Peter Choquenot


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