The European Commission has opened an in-depth investigation into the Portuguese telecoms regulator's (ANACOM's) plans to refrain from granting regulated local or central access to the fibre lines of MEO (Portugal's incumbent telecoms operator), in parts of the country where there is little prospect of alternative infrastructure deployment. In particular, the Commission has concerns that, if implemented, ANACOM's proposal could impede sustainable competition in the broadband markets.
The European Commission's Directorate General for Communications Networks, Content and Technology (DG CONNECT) and the United States Department of Health and Human Services (DHHS), after consulting with stakeholders, have updated the roadmap for their Memorandum of Understanding on eHealth/Health information technologies.
The European Commission has opened an in-depth investigation into the proposal of the Italian telecoms regulator (AGCOM) to settle disputes between PosteMobile and H3G, Fastweb and Telecom Italia by requiring the three mobile network operators to pay PosteMobile a termination rate almost 75% higher than the rate charged by other mobile operators. The draft decisions concern the period when mobile virtual network operator PosteMobile was not yet designated as an operator with significant market power. In particular, the Commission has concerns that AGCOM may grant PosteMobile a termination rate
Read the Synopsis report on the public stakeholder consultation on next phase of EU-US cooperation in eHealth/Health IT. The public consultation took place from 22 December 2015 to 15 March 2016 on both side of the Atlantic.
A whole strand is dedicated to the subjects Interfaces, Content and Data at the ICT Proposers' Day 2016 which will take place in Bratislava on 26-27 September.
Upcoming calls for proposals in these areas will be presented in 5 networking sessions, and related booths will offer further information opportunities for interested stakeholders
In order to facilitate cross border on-line dissemination of cultural content, the Commission supports innovative strategies for the provision of subtitled versions of European cultural programmes. The present call for proposals goes into this direction.
Understanding the neurobiological principles beyond retinal functionality is essential to develop successful artificial computer vision architectures. This workshop is a unique opportunity to learn about the R&D performed in the FET project RENVISION which investigated pan-retinal signal processing at high spatio-temporal resolution, through neuroscientific, optical and computational approaches involving advanced pattern recognition and machine learning technologies.