With the ongoing debate on the level of internet infrastructure investment needed in Australia, the Australian Financial Review is presenting Broadband Australia 2006. This critical industry forum is to be held next week in Sydney, over the 30 November and 1 December at the Sydney Marriott Hotel. The event will be an essential forum for all organisations operating in Australia’s broadband market.
Senator the Honourable Helen Coonan, Minister for Communications, Information Technology and the Arts, Deputy Leader of the Government in the Senate, will deliver a Keynote address at this key Broadband event.
The Minister joins an already impressive list of industry leaders lined up to present at this event. She will address the audience from 11am – 11.30am on the 1 December 2006 and provide the delegates with her perspective on the key issues faced, and the way forward for, the broadband market in Australia.
This major national event will feature also feature key addresses from the 13 of the top ISP’s in Australia, and figures central to the shaping of this industry, including the chairman of the ACCC Graeme Samuel. The conference will bring together industry groups, Federal and State Government representatives, network equipment manufacturers and the operators that will be at the heart of creating Australia’s broadband network of the future.
The Australian Financial Review Broadband Australia Conference will address the most urgent topics and issues including:
Optimal network build-out strategies
The future structure of the regulatory environment
Alternative approaches for rural and metropolitan connectivity
The role of alternative technologies for broadband delivery
Service offering evaluation for revenue generation from the future broadband network