Australia’s Telecommunications Future

Australian Internet traffic is increasing at an exponential rate.  This demand is being driven by an increasing number of users and devices, massive online video growth and increasing speed requirements.

The National Broadband Network (NBN), the fibre-based infrastructure currently under construction, will underpin the huge growth of Australia’s internet requirements and support the many social and economic benefits to society including business, health and education.

However, mobile broadband will play a major part as well, with the added benefits of mobility, portability and convenience for end users. 

Within the next 5 years there will be 142 million networked devices servicing 20 million internet users in Australia. 40% of these networked devices will be wireless connected via WiFi, 3G or 4G.

As technology migrates towards the 4G technology (also known as LTE or Long Term Evolution) continued growth in the use of wireless devices for voice and data transfer will continue to increase dramatically.

These growth trends hold enormous implications for fibre and wireless infrastructure at national, regional, city and domestic levels in Australia.

Telecommunications carriers are constantly investing in their network infrastructure, increasing capacity at existing telecommunications sites as well as adding new sites to meet demand and improve service and coverage.

Commsite Estates

Promoting and managing telecommunications tenure and access on behalf of property owners is our core business.

Commsite Estates can promote your property portfolio directly to the fixed, mobile and broadcast telecommunications industries.

We are able to draw upon an extensive and up to date database of comparable rental information which means we can ensure full market value is achieved for any facility installed.

Commsite Estates – Your telecommunications Partner.