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ACKNOWL EDGEMENT 
Past & Present Carers of Pulau Pinang 
& FTTH Council
ABORIGINAL& 
TORRES STRAIT ISLAND NATIONS
AUSTRALIA’S 
MINING SITES
GDP PER CAPITA $67,722 
DEBT-TO-GDP RATIO 20% 
HUMAN DEVELOPMENT INDEX 2nd 
POPULATION 23 million 
A&TSI 700,000
Lifespan 
Household income 
Unemployment 
INDIGENOUS 
59 Year 
$460 
16% 
NON-INDIGENOUS 
76 Year 
$740 
4.9% 
RED DOT - 1...
“What about NBN?” 
• Indigenous funding is apolitical, established 
• Larger yearly budget than National Broadband Network...
Indigenous Joint Ventures 
“…I will spend a week every year helping in an indigenous community. 
It will be good for me. I...
Indigenous 
Brand 
Quality 
Services & 
Products 
Clear 
Competitive 
Value
FTTH BENEFITS 
NATIONAL PRODUCTIVITY 
‘A 10% increase in 
broadband household 
penetration will boost a 
country’s GDP by ...
FTTH BENEFITS 
ACCESS TO CONNECTED SOCIETY 
Smart City E-HEALTH E-LEARNING TELEWORKING
FTTH BENEFITS 
ACCESS TO DIGITAL ECONOMY
Thank you.
2014 ftth council ap   the indigenous connectivity gap - gill
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Presentation given at FTTH Council Asia Pacific on the Indigenous Peoples of Australia and opportunties to connect.

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2014 ftth council ap the indigenous connectivity gap - gill

  1. 1. ACKNOWL EDGEMENT Past & Present Carers of Pulau Pinang & FTTH Council
  2. 2. ABORIGINAL& TORRES STRAIT ISLAND NATIONS
  3. 3. AUSTRALIA’S MINING SITES
  4. 4. GDP PER CAPITA $67,722 DEBT-TO-GDP RATIO 20% HUMAN DEVELOPMENT INDEX 2nd POPULATION 23 million A&TSI 700,000
  5. 5. Lifespan Household income Unemployment INDIGENOUS 59 Year $460 16% NON-INDIGENOUS 76 Year $740 4.9% RED DOT - 100 Indigenous People THE GAP WHITE DOT - 1000 non-Indigenous People
  6. 6. “What about NBN?” • Indigenous funding is apolitical, established • Larger yearly budget than National Broadband Network • Qualified indigenous ventures are preferred govt. partners • Ready to work – we just need partners
  7. 7. Indigenous Joint Ventures “…I will spend a week every year helping in an indigenous community. It will be good for me. It is important that our national leaders remain grounded in the real life of our country” PRIME MINISTER TONY ABBOTT (2013) – “Closing the Gap” Address to Parliament • Unique access to govt. & funding • Private Industry Initiatives (FMG, etc.) • IOP & Exemption 17
  8. 8. Indigenous Brand Quality Services & Products Clear Competitive Value
  9. 9. FTTH BENEFITS NATIONAL PRODUCTIVITY ‘A 10% increase in broadband household penetration will boost a country’s GDP by 0.9% ~ 1.5% ‘A business/organization in the USA, 10% greater utilization of internet will increase revenue by 24% & reduce cost by 7%’ ‘Doubling broadband speed produces a 0.3% increase in GDP’ ‘with FTTH, operators can generate ARPU that are, on average 46% higher, by offering unique services’ ‘on average, cost saving of between 0.5% and 1.5% in each of the four section (electricity, transport, energy health) over 10 years resulting directly from the new network could justify the cost of deploying FTTH
  10. 10. FTTH BENEFITS ACCESS TO CONNECTED SOCIETY Smart City E-HEALTH E-LEARNING TELEWORKING
  11. 11. FTTH BENEFITS ACCESS TO DIGITAL ECONOMY
  12. 12. Thank you.

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