Conroy announces Australia-Korea broadband summit in Tasmania

Conroy announces Australia-Korea broadband summit in Tasmania

The event will deal with a range of broadband topics pertaining to Australia, New Zealand and Korea

Communications Minister, Senator Stephen Conroy, has named Hobart, Tasmania, as host city for the Korea-Australia-New Zealand (KANZ) Broadband Summit this year.

The event, which is held around ever two years since 2003, will run from April 28-29.

Convergence, digital business, digital education, telehealth and broadband polices will be some of the topics to be covered by the Broadband Summit.

"The KANZ Broadband Summit provides a unique opportunity for industry, research and government representatives from each of the three countries to share insights into their experience of developing broadband-enabled digital economies and to explore potential joint ventures," Senator Conroy said in a statement.

He was particularly pleased the event will be held in Tasmania where part of the National Broadband Network (NBN) has already been deployed.

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Tags broadbandconvergenceSenator Stephen ConroyNational Braodband Network (NBN)digital educationtelehealthbroadband summitKorea-Australia-New Zealand (KANZ) Broadband Summit

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