Original title: L’UE investit plus de 34,5 millions d’euros dans l’internet très haut débit en Martinique
During its 39th plenary meeting (13-14 June 2019, Ghent) the Board of Regulators has approved to launch a “Call for initial Stakeholder Input” for the development of the BEREC Guidelines on the Criteria for a Consistent Application of Article 61 (3) which enables stakeholder to provide early input for the development of these guidelines (prior to public consultation of draft Guidelines).
Input should be provided to Guidelines_61.email@example.com by 15 July 2019 17:00 CET. Contributions should preferably be submitted in English language.
A selected group of EIC pilot pioneers presented their innovations to top managers of Telefónica and BBVA in Madrid, Spain. The matchmaking event focused on new technologies and solutions for the telecoms and banking sectors.
The Connecting Europe Broadband Fund (CEBF) has finalised a deal in Slovenia to invest into a high-quality fibre-to-the-home (FTTH), open-access network for residential, business and public administration in the rural areas of Slovenia and to cover over 240,000 locations. This is the third successfully closed project by the Fund.
Together with the Co-Chairs of the Roaming and Markets & Economic Analysis Working Groups, BEREC Chair Jeremy Godfrey (ComReg, Ireland) will present the outcomes of the 39th Board of Regulators ordinary meetings. The public debriefing will take place in Brussels on 19 June 2019 at 14:00 (CET). Mr Godfrey invites all interested parties to attend the event in person or online via live stream.
Located just outside the capital city Valletta, the Maltese municipality of Floriana is famous for its heritage and rich history. The WiFi4EU voucher from the European Commission comes as a perfect complement to the Council’s plan to promote the cultural heritage and facilitate new opportunities for local residents while welcoming visitors year-round.
A total of 157 telecom outages were reported by the 28 EU member states and 2 EFTA countries, as part of the EU-wide telecom security breach reporting for the year 2018. Today ENISA, the EU Agency for Cybersecurity, publishes the 8th annual report on telecom security incidents, analyzing root causes, impact, and trends.
The municipalities of Jurmala and Tukums are the happy receivers of two new WiFi4EU vouchers. The simbolic ceremony took place during a mission of INEA colleagues to Latvia.
83 projects in the areas of Cyber Security, eHealth, eProcurement, Online Dispute Resolution, e-Justice and Public Open Data have been selected to receive co-funding by the European Union. The funding comes from the Connecting Europe Facility (CEF) programme in the telecommunications sector. The successful projects include participation of entities from all EU Member States and Switzerland.
The 39th BEREC and BEREC Office Management Board plenary meetings will take place on 12-14 June 2019 in Ghent (Belgium), kindly hosted by the Belgian Belgian Institute for Postal Services and Telecommunications (BIPT).