In the latest FISP invitation-only discussion evening on 5th March, we’ll be debating two topics: (A) Structural Separation in an M&A Market, and (B) Regulating for QoS.
Experience in New Zealand has shown that overall shareholder value has been enhanced for both separated parts of their former telecoms incumbent and both are now free to innovate without the previous constraints.
As understanding of broadband networks as the essential underpinning of our increasingly digitalised economy, attention has not only focused on ubiquitous availability but also on the quality aspects of both fixed and mobile connectivity and network management capabilities.
After a brief introduction, a FISP board member will chair discussion of each topic. It is expected that views emanating from these debates will inform future FISP publications.