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Mobility trends dr jack r dan national general manager government telstra

MOBILITY TRENDS

DR. JACK R DAN

NATIONAL GENERAL MANAGER, GOVERNMENT

TELSTRA


Top 5 ict mega trends 2012

TOP 5 ICT MEGA TRENDS 2012

IT CONSUMERISATION

powered by BYOD

  • “Cool vendors”

  • The rise of tablets/smartphones

  • Low entry – downward prices

  • Blurring of personal / work lives

  • Managed Mobile / Tablet Fleets

  • ‘Worker profile’ packages: mobile + device + personal & work cloud + security

1.

  • BYOD/T

  • Full featured devices: anywhere, anytime

  • Increased use of apps drive device uptake

MOBILITY

the ever evolving ecosystem

  • Devices with built-in or bolt-on security

  • Concierge services to provide cross-platform/device support

  • Digital workspace management

2.

  • Increasingly mobile workforce

  • Rich data on/across many devices

  • Continuous cloud discussion – security front-of-mind

SECURITY

data, identity, devices

  • Mobile Device Management with in-built security + enterprise-grade app store

  • Managed Device Security Services

  • Security-as-a-service

3.

CLOUD COMPUTING everything ‘as-a-service’

  • Cloud professional services

  • Integrated security with cloud solutions

  • Connecting to the cloud

  • Cloud conversations now on

  • implementation – market is educated

  • Business & IT priorities on cost reduction

  • are aligned with cloud drivers

4.

  • From terabytes to petabytes of data

  • On-demand analytics for competitive

  • advantage

BIG DATA

for competitive advantage

  • Hosted storage / DaaS

  • Cloud / Hosted Business Intelligence

    • Analytics engine suited to the business

5.

Source: MSAT Analysis of IDC Industry Prediction; Gartner Strategic Technologies 2012; Forrester Forrsights Surveys; McKinsey; CIO.com


Ict budgets shrinking

Ict BUDGETS shrinking

MSAT Analysis based on Forrester Forrsights Budgets & priorities Survey Q4 2011


Areas of increased ict spend

Areas of increased ict spend

HARDWARE

MSAT Analysis based on Forrester Forrsights Budgets & priorities Survey Q4 2011


Hardware industry trends

Hardware industry trends

MSAT analysis based on IDC APJ Client Devices Trackers, 4Q10


Covering the cost of smart devices

COVERING THE Cost of SMART devices

SMARTPHONE

TABLET

MSAT analysis based on Forrester Workforce for ANZ Q4 2011


The secret sauce apps on tap

The Secret sauce: Apps on tap

CAGR 67%

No. of app downloads

Worldwide, bn

Biggest app stores

Q2 2011

MSAT analysis based on The Economist, Oct 2011, *Forecast


Device choice

Device choice

TELEWORKING

DEVICE IN USE

HOME

Netbook/Ultrabook

Tablet

Laptop

OFFICE

Desktop

All-in-one PC

Smartphone

1

2

3

MSAT analysis based on Forrester Forrsights End-user Workforce Survey Q4 2011


Intention and actual spend on mobile security anz

Intention and Actual Spend on Mobile Security, ANZ

MSAT analysis based on IDC Overview of MDM and Mobile Security in Australia, Sept 2011


Mobility trends dr jack r dan national general manager government telstra

CONECTIVITYAustralia’s Number One Mobile Network powered by 3G & 4G

2.2 Million km2Land area coverage^

  • More than twice the area of any competitor. Plus over 1 Million km2 out to sea

99% Population Coverage^

  • Covering over 400,000 more Australians than nearest competitor^

>7,500Coverage Sites^

  • More sites in both city & country = more coverage and better reception in more places including in-buildings.

Faster Speeds in more places^

  • First to offer 4G/LTE speeds. Enabled with latest 3G HSPA technology including HSPA+ Dual Channel.

Greater Reliability less drop outs*

  • Multi-Gigabit capable Ethernet fibre to majority of sites to minimise bottlenecks & maximise performance.

Enhanced 3G HSPA+ and 4G(LTE) speeds are available in selected areas.

^ For more information on our coverage & speed refer to details in this presentation or visit telstra.com. http://www.telstra.com.au/mobile/networks/

* Network performance stats are based on Telstra’s National Field Testing #8 conducted in December 2011


Mobility trends dr jack r dan national general manager government telstra

OUR ROADMAPDelivering world leading capacity & performance

4G LTE

2600/700MHz

Speed TBA

4G LTE

1800MHz

2Mbps

40Mbps*

HSPA+ DC

42Mbps^

1.1Mbps

20Mbps#

TODAY

HSPA+

21Mbps^

550kbps

8Mbps#

HSDPA

14.4Mbps^

550kbps

3Mbps#

HSDPA

3.6Mbps^

550kbps

1.5Mbps

4G LTE

1Mbps

10Mbps*

Next G®

LAUNCH

Oct 06

DOWNLOAD

HSUPA

5.8Mbps^

300kbps

3Mbps#

HSUPA

1.9Mbps^

300kbps

1Mbps#

eHSPA+ Capability Potential

MIMO / Multi Channel

84Mbps / 168Mbps

Typical Speeds TBA

UPLOAD

VERSION 16: 14TH FEBRUARY 2012

AVAILABLE TODAY

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HD Voice

QoS Trial

In Plan

Roadmap option

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^ 1.9, 3.6, 5.8, 14.4, 21, 42Mbps are technology rated peak downlink and uplink speeds. Typical customer speeds are lower as shown.

* 4G SPEEDS: With capable devices customers can experience typical download speeds of 2Mbps – 40Mbps, and typical upload speeds of 1Mbps – 10Mbps in all capital CBD’s (meaning within 5km from the GPO) , associated airports and selected regional areas (meaning 3km of the regional town centre) covering more than 40% of the population.  In other coverage areas, customers will automatically switch over to Telstra’s fastest available 3G HSPA (High Speed Packet Access technology) enabled network speeds.

# 3G HSPA ENABLED SPEEDS: With capable devices customers can experience typical download speeds of 1.1Mbps – 20Mbps in all capital CBD’s, airports, much of the associated metropolitan areas and many regional areas covering more than 60% of the population. Outside these areas, the remaining metropolitan areas and many other regional and rural locations typical download speeds are 550kbps to 8Mbps covering more than 97% of the population, and elsewhere 550kbps to 3Mbps.Typical customer upload speeds are 300kbps-3Mbps in all capital cities and major regional areas covering more than 93% of the population and elsewhere 300kbps-1Mbps.

NOTE: Actual speeds may vary due to factors such as location, distance from the base station, local conditions, concurrent users, hardware and software configuration and download source/upload configuration. For more details on speed & coverage areas visit: http://www.telstra.com.au/mobile/networks/coverage/


Mobility trends dr jack r dan national general manager government telstra

TELSTRA Connected CLOUDS


Case study

CASE STUDY

CASE STUDY - WA POLICE CONCEPT CAR


Mobility trends dr jack r dan national general manager government telstra

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