Andrew Daly is a Manager at Analysys Mason. He joined Analysys Mason in 2007 and specialises in the areas of broadband costing, technology and policy development. Andrew's expertise includes network cost modelling, regulatory analysis, government policy development, and the capabilities of next-generation fixed and wireless access networks. Andrew advises regulators, local authorities, governments and operators on topics such as fibre-to-the-cabinet (FTTC) and fibre-to-the-home (FTTH) deployments, and the roll-out of 4G wireless technologies.
Andrew has worked on several high-profile projects for policy makers on the economics of broadband networks, both in the UK and internationally. Clients include UK regulator Ofcom, the UK-based Broadband Stakeholder Group, and recently the European Commission. Andrew's wider experience has included undertaking profitability analyses, advising on functional separation, and assessing the economic viability of deploying products and infrastructure (from both a regulatory and commercial viewpoint).
Andrew's expertise also includes the areas of postal costing and policy, and he advises regulators on issues associated with postal operators in an increasingly digital world. Andrew's postal expertise developed from working closely with Postcomm and now Ofcom on cost transparency, accounting separation and the associated implications.
Andrew holds an M.Eng. Honours Degree in Aeronautical Engineering from the University of Bristol, and a Postgraduate Certificate in Management from the University of Bath.