BEREC has prepared an illustration to present the work it conducts to facilitate a fast and smooth deployment of 5G in Europe. It introduces five key documents to contribute to this goal, all five of them are planned to be published this year. The draft BEREC Common Position on Monitoring Mobile Coverage and a Report on Infrastructure Sharing were already presented at the recent BEREC public debriefing and are available on the BEREC website.
On 20 June 2018, in Brussels, BEREC will hold a public debriefing to give an overview of the outcomes of the 35th plenary meetings of 13 – 15 June in Gdańsk-Sopot, Poland.
This year from 9th to 13th April, the BEREC Chair for 2018 Mr Johannes Gungl (RTR), and Vice-Chairs Mr Sébastien Soriano (ARCEP), Jeremy Godfrey (COMREG), Mr Dan Sjöblom (PTS), Mr George Michaelides (OCECPR) and Mr Vladica Tintor (RATEL), accompanied by Ms Elisabeth Dornetshumer (RTR) and Ms Anne Lenfant (ARCEP) travelled to Canada to meet institutional and industrial stakeholders.
“We want the industry to have predictability for their investments”, said BEREC Chair 2018 Johannes Gungl at the European 5G Conference 2018 held in Brussels today. An expert panel amongst Gungl discussed a roadmap for 5G and the delivery of a European Gigabit Society.
On 31 January in Brussels, BEREC Chair 2018 Mr. Johannes Gungl participated in the ETNO-MLex Regulatory Summit 2018 “Lost in regulation: towards a new telecom world” where he was interviewed by the Chairman of MLex Mr. Robert McLeod.