Also associated with the paper is global technology research firm OMDIA (formerly known as Ovum).
Huawei said in a statement that the paper would be released on 29 June at 11am during a webinar which is open to world+dog after registration.
The company said that despite the expenditure of about $51 billion on the national broadband network, only about 30% of the country would have access to world class gigabit connections.
Now that the NBN 10-year construction period is over, the paper will look at options for the NBN. TelSoc president Professor Reg Coutts, a member of the Panel of Experts formed by the Rudd Government, to examine broadband options for Australia, will speak at the webinar.
Huawei Australia chief corporate affairs officer Jeremy Mitchell said: "Huawei Australia is proud to partner to partner with such a distinguished association like TelSoc on this report.
"While NBN Co is to be congratulated on reaching the end of the volume rollout, it is clear there is still more work to be done before all Australians have access to world-class gigabit broadband.
"Like TelSoc, Huawei believes passionately in the transformational power of all Australians having access to world-class connectivity - we hope that this report will point the way forward to achieving that."
Professor Coutts added: "TelSoc is committed to fostering informed debate about NBN's future and how we can leverage the best telecommunications technologies.
"This is the first in a series of joint activities with key industry players to provide their insights and recommendations to our members and the wider community.
"TelSoc welcomes technology from all over the world as long as it is safe and secure."