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The Future and Beyond Maureen Cahill General Manager Communications Infrastructure Division
Challenges and Opportunity >Spectrum Valuable and Finite Resource >Increasing and Competing Demand >Convergence >Technological Advances
>Regulatory Framework As an enabler As a constraint >Domestic Policy Drivers >International Requirements >Long Lead Times >Partnership approach
Challenges and Opportunities >Opportunity for Change >Convergence Review >National Infrastructure Projects >Enhanced Partnership Approach
Broadband >Key Economic Enabler >Fixed and Mobile – spectrum requirements >Quantum Required
Existing Services >Valuable Services >Also require additional spectrum >Incumbents – rights and obligations
Current Regulatory Regime >Almost 20 years old >Coming under pressure to cope with –New technologies –New access requirements –Pace of change –Evolving market structures
ACMA Reform Agenda >Access Rights –Parameter based licensing –Pricing incentives for sharing >Technical Planning Frameworks –Technology flexible –Easily adapted
ACMA Reform Agenda >Band Managers >Spectrum Exchange >Overall Protection Criteria >Reduced complexity
Summary >Opportunity exists to fundamentally rethink the regulatory regime >ACMA has set a challenging agenda >Collective effort required –Enhanced partnering with industry –Open exchange of information –Vigorous debate
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