Community Living Technology Refresh
LBNCo is dedicated to updating and improving the technology in strata and community living to ensure that it maintains its value in the future; you, the resident, can benefit from both today’s and tomorrow’s technology.
The technology refresh will mean:
- Future proofing Fibre to the apartment
- Reliable 100Mbps internet with 1GB at the flick of a switch
- IP / Digital essential services enablement
- Access Control (Intercom)
- Security (CCTV)
- Public Area Video and WiFi
- Internet Of Things
- MATV – FTA & Foxtel Infrastructure and streaming ready
- Open Access Internet – choice of 25 RSP’s
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Benefits to the Owners Corporation and
We look to rejuvenate Strata and Community Developments with slow Internet.
Pre 2014 Developments may have NBN FTTN, TPG FTTB or Telstra HFC – these technologies will be unable to guarantee speeds above 50Mbps or migrate to 1Gbps in the future.
Apartments may have 3 generations of families residing in them and therefore are data intensive users.
By 2020 it is expected that each resident will have 6 personal devices connected to WiFi, plus the Internet of Things (IOT) adding 50 devices per apartment.
Research shows home owners are prepared to pay up to 8% more for properties with fast broadband.
Super fast broadband on average leads to a 5% rental improvement.
Plus investment properties on average acheive a 5% higher rental yield where super fast broadband is available.
To maintain and enhance their value, these buildings need to keep their technology infrastructure up to date.
Smart Buildings – Data Services
- Community WiFi
- Public Safety
- Medical and Safety Alarms
- White & Brown Goods
- Smart Home Devices
- Gaming and Uploads
- 58% of all downstream traffic in 2018 was video streaming. This is expected to increase to 70% by 2021.
- In Australia there were 9.1 million subscription video on demand services (SVOD) in 2018. This is expected to increase to 22 million by 2020.
- 43% of Australian households currently subscribe to SVOD. In the US and UK the figures are 70% and 50% respectively.
Embedded Networks – Utilities
- Increased purchasing power
- Residents benefit from best rate available
- Individual smart meters
- Subsidised common area power
The Commercial Offer
- LBNCo designs and installs the “Passive” Infrastructure – Fibre Optics
- LBNCo installs and operates the “Active” technology – GPON
- Strata funds the “Passive” infrastructure – Sinking Fund or 5 year Chattel Loan
- LBNCo funds the “Active” technology – investment based on the delivery of ongoing wholesale services