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BuddeComm is an independent research and consultancy company, focusing on the telecommunications market and its role within the digital economy. We specialise in high-level strategic research and provide consultancy services to international agencies, governments and businesses.

The research offered by BuddeComm's worldwide network of senior analysts encompasses 190 countries, 500 companies and 200 discrete technologies and applications.

We explore developments in fixed and wireless telecommunications, especially in the areas of video and digital media, social media and multimedia. We follow infrastructure developments, in particular those related to national broadband networks and other next-generation (fibre-based) networks.

The company’s research is currently focused on a range of telecoms and new media projects, including digital media, fibre-to-the-home, smart grids, e-health, interactive video and the convergence of telecommunications and IT.

Consultancy

BuddeComm is taking part in the development of national government policies for a digital economy, and advises organisations on the strategic use of the new infrastructure and the new media in ways that will enhance their competitive edge in the market.

We are working with governments (USA, Netherlands, Australia and New Zealand) to develop trans-sector policies that will multiply the social and economic benefits of new investments in broadband, smart grid and other smart infrastructure. These trans-sector policies are aimed at stimulating innovation; in particular they relate to the healthcare, education, energy, smart infrastructure, media, communications and information technology sectors.

We advise businesses and other organisations on how they can participate in both the demand and the supply side of this new and dynamic environment.

Paul Budde in Profile

Paul Budde is the Managing Director of Paul Budde Communication Pty Limited, trading as BuddeComm (www.budde.com.au) an independent telecommunications research and consultancy organisation. BuddeComm has 15 senior analysts and a large international network of researchers and telecoms experts.

Through BuddeComm Paul develops strategic plans for interactive services, including:

  • Digital information and communications media.
  • Communications and energy network convergence (smart grid).
  • FttH broadband and IP-based infrastructure.
  • Developments in the digital economy, such as trans-sector thinking and the multiplier effect that telecoms infrastructure can offer the healthcare and education sectors, plus sustainability – in short, the building of smart communities.
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CeBIT Australia - Sydney, 28 - 30 May 2013

Paul Budde presents at CeBIT 2013


Tuesday 28th May 2013

BuddeComm Broadband Theatre 15 minute seminars, followed by Q&A
TimeTopic
11 am The latest developments on the NBN
12 noon What is next in mobile broadband
2 pm M2M intelligent societies
3 pm Key developments in digital productivity
4 pm The future of the smartphone

Wednesday 29th May 2013

BuddeComm Broadband Theatre 15 minute seminars, followed by Q&A
TimeTopic
11 am The latest developments on the NBN
12 noon What is next in mobile broadband
2 pm M2M intelligent societies
3 pm The unstoppable social media
4 pm The future of the smartphone

Thursday 30th May 2013

BuddeComm Broadband Theatre 15 minute seminars, followed by Q&A
TimeTopic
11 am The latest developments on the NBN
12 noon What is next in mobile broadband
1 pm M2M intelligent societies
3 pm The future of the smartphone

The latest developments on the NBN

At the start of 2013 NBN Co indicated that the rollout plan was now slightly above target. This bodes well for a rapid rollout of the network, to reach close to four million connections by 2015. more...

What is next in mobile broadband

The mobile communications market in Australia has seen lots of infrastructure activity in the last year from the mobile network operators, with some of the results of that activity still to come to fruition into 2013 and beyond. more...

M2M intelligent societies

With the NBN now well and truly underway it is important to look at what will be the real value of this new infrastructure for the development of smart grids, smart buildings, smart cities and indeed smart societies. more...

Key developments in digital productivity

With the roll out of the NBN now well and truly underway people are starting to look at what this new infrastructure means for them. more...

The future of the smartphone

Despite its phenomenal growth - which will continue for many years to come - the smartphone is set to eventually become a utility product. more...

The unstoppable social media

In 2013 social networks continue to aggressively positioning their sites as a link between consumers and merchants. more...