Since the financial crisis began many governments around the world have looked at ways to use infrastructure investments to stimulate the economy. Broadband infrastructure offers a multiplier investment effect and has trans-sector social and economic benefits for healthcare, education, energy, environment, as well as for telecoms and media (in the USA this is called national purpose).
National broadband infrastructure includes both backbone networks and last-mile solutions. It is mainly fibre-based but also has wireless elements. It is not just for the big cities; it is for rural areas also. This list shows the reports that cover these national broadband initiatives.
Paul is by far, the leading telecommunications analyst in Australia. Not only is his company's research first class and timely, it is superbly contextual to the complexities of today's modern media and communications technology. He is always extremely generous in sharing his knowledge with others and has a great ability to connect people together and be a thought leader on topics of National interest such as the NBN, FttH and Smart Grids.
Bruce Duyshart, Director Strategic Technology, Lend Lease
Middle East - Fixed Broadband Market
US$795.00 until 30 May 2018
(normal price US$1,590.00)
United Arab Emirates - Telecoms, Mobile and Broadband - Statistics and Analyses
US$575.00 until 30 May 2018
(normal price US$1,150.00)
A selection of downloadable samples from our Annual Publications catalogue.