Australian telecommunications

Trevor Manokore

The Australian Telecoms market has lagged globally which has meant the technological adoptions of new technology has been challenging for global vendors. With industry consolidation and the NBN roll out the changes to the industry are happening more rapidly than ever before. The question is ? how will these be adopted ? who are the winners and losers?

Trevor Manokore

When: 

Tue, 23 Feb 2016 - 12:30pm AEDT

Location: 

Melbourne, VIC

The History of Australian Telecommunications (1970-2013) ? A Structured Bibliography from an Economic Policy Perspective

A bibliography is provided of reference books, official reports, published articles and legislation germane to the history of Australian telecommunications from 1970 to 2013.

Bibliographies

A bibliography is provided of reference books, official reports, published articles and legislation germane to the history of Australian telecommunications from 1970 to 2013, from an economic policy perspective.

Museums

The following telecommunications museums are highly worth visiting:

New South Wales

NSW Telstra Museum: 12 Kitchener Parade, Bankstown, NSW 2200

T: 02 9790 7624      M: 0417 247 417

Fig.1 - comparing retail pricing NBN 25/5 vs ADSL2+

This is the text of Mike Quigley's talk on receiving TelSoc's 2013 Charles Todd Medal at a special function in Sydney on 2 December 2013, hosted by Telstra. It provides his reflections on what NBN Co achieved in in the first four years of NBN Co (2009-13), the challenges that the company faced, and how it overcame them.

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