In a highly risky and experimental procedure (i.e. as long as it works), we’re still hosting a live discussion and analysis of the hour-long Broadband World 2008 session, starting at 11.30AM AESDT on Wednesday 5th November, 2008.
In the spirit of the last 48 hours, there have been a few more changes made to the schedule:
11.30AM: David Forman of Competitive Carriers Coalition discusses open access networks - models, governance and pricing.
11.55AM: Maha Krishnapillai, director of government and corporate affairs at Optus will now present for Terria, alongside David Havyatt of Havyatt Associates (who will be doing the talking on Telstra's behalf). Each will make 10-minute ‘positioning statements’ each before taking Q&A from the audience on the NBN.
12.25PM: ‘Can open access regulation work without retail separation?' panel discussion.
- David Forman, executive director of the Competitive Carriers Coalition;
- Stephen Dalby, chief regulatory officer for iiNet;
- Maha Krishnapillai, director of government and corporate affairs at Optus
- David Havyatt, principal, Havyatt Associates
Should still be an interesting discussion, despite the schedule delays Telstra's pull-out .
LIVE today: Terria and Havyatt head-to-head on NBN
By Ry Crozier on Nov 3, 2008 4:36PM