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The European Conference on Networks and Communications (EuCNC2015) is the key yearly event for showcasing EU funded research and innovation, as well as for presenting the latest developments in this area. The deadline is extended until Friday 27 March, 2015 (midnight, CET). Read more
The European Commission has opened an in-depth investigation over the Finnish telecoms regulator's (Ficora) proposal for the new rules on mobile termination rates (MTRs). Read more
After the successful completion of their first 2013 pledge to the Grand Coalition, Google renews its pledge with fresh initiatives and even more ambitious numbers. Read more
From 26/03/2015 to 16/04/2015
50 years Moore's Law: what's in it for us? Read more
The European Commission today decided to withdraw proceedings against Luxembourg for persistent delays in analysing relevant markets as the Luxembourgish authorities notified the Commission of the missing market analyses. Read more
The deadline for proposal submission for the ICT 2015 exhibition has been extended to the 19th of April 2015, 18.00 CET. Read more
Two years ago we launched the Grand Coalition for Digital Jobs to address the digital skills deficit and create more jobs in Europe. Today we need to build on our experiences and step up our efforts. Read more
What is the value of electronic identification (eID) for my business model and how can I go digital in the near future? What do I still miss to leverage eID in transforming my business? A few thoughts ahead of the eID high-level event next week. Read more
The 21st EU-Japan ICT dialogue took place in Tokyo on 24 March. This meeting is part of a regular ICT policy and research dialogue between the European Union (EU) and Japan that aims to strengthen cooperation in this field. Read more
The Commission issued a recommendation concluding that the German regulator (BNetzA) acts contrary to the EU recommended approach for the calculation of mobile termination rates (MTRs). If adopted the new rates in Germany would be in place until end of November 2016 and would be around 80% higher than the rates in the vast majority of the Member States which follow the recommended approach. Read more