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Commission seeks views on the Implementing Act on High Value Datasets

The European Commission had launched an open public consultation on the Implementing Act on High Value Datasets. The Commission now seeks to gather feedback from citizens and stakeholders on the draft implementing regulation. It is open until 21 June 2022.

REPORT / STUDY |
Study on Broadband Coverage in Europe 2018

The Broadband Coverage in Europe study is designed to monitor the progress of EU Member States towards the specific broadband coverage objectives set out in the Digital Agenda for Europe – namely: ‘Universal Broadband Coverage with speeds at least 30 Mbps by 2020’ and ‘Broadband take-up of 50% of households with speeds at least 100 Mbps by 2020’.

CALL FOR TENDERS |
Study on 'Broadband Coverage in Europe, 2019-2021'

The main objective of the study is to monitor the progress in the deployment of broadband networks, i.e. to measure primarily the household coverage of different fixed and wireless broadband technologies with a special focus on next generation access technologies and very high capacity broadband. The data to be collected should be as of the middle of the year (2019 in the first year). The deadline for submission: 07/05/2019 16.00 CET (study reference: Smart 2019/0020)

CALL FOR TENDERS |
eGovernment Benchmark - Call for Tenders

The European Commission re-launches a call for tenders for “Study on eGovernment benchmark 2020” (reference: SMART 2019/0021-, with a value of EUR 400 000. The purpose of this call for tenders is to obtain a quantitative overview of the status of modernisation of the public sector in a set of relevant countries and disseminate such overview to interested stakeholders and to the public in general.

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Fixed Broadband Prices in Europe 2017

The study provides comprehensive data on 2017 retail prices of fixed broadband offers for consumers in the EU28, Iceland, Norway, Japan, South Korea, Canada and the USA. The five largest Internet Service Providers (ISPs) in each country were included. Data was collected from ISP websites between 10th and 24th October 2017.

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Study on Fixed and Mobile Convergence in Europe 2017

High performance and reliable networks will be the core of Europe’s Digital Single Market (DSM). Increasingly, convergence of fixed and mobile networks (FMC) will form their basic foundation, essential for the next generation of 5G networks, to support broadband services, both fixed and mobile.

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Study on Broadband Coverage in Europe 2017

This study is designed to monitor the progress of EU Member States towards their specific broadband coverage objectives: 'Universal Broadband Coverage with speeds at least 30 Mbps by 2020' and 'Broadband Coverage of 50% of households with speeds at least 100 Mbps by 2020'. The collected data shows that over 219 million EU households (99.9%) had access to at least one of the main fixed or mobile broadband access technologies at the end of June 2017 (excluding satellite).

CALL FOR TENDERS |
Costs of voice termination on fixed networks in the EU/EEA

The European Commission will soon launch a call for tenders for a service contract of a maximum value of EUR 350,000. The purpose of this call for tenders is to assess the costs of providing voice termination services on fixed networks in the EU/EEA (study reference: SMART 2018/0014).

EVENT REPORT |
Workshop "Towards a harmonised deployment of Cooperative, Connected and Automated Mobility (CCAM): Data"

This workshop, held in Brussels on 24 January 2018, aimed at getting the views of stakeholders around the conditions for data sharing in the context of Cooperative, Connected and Automated Mobility (CCAM). There remains a divergent view on what model to use, participants nevertheless share the same principles. Further discussions between stakeholders is needed to close the gap, the real question is perhaps not around the technology for data access but the governance of the system and the need to address market failure.

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Broadband data files, Digital Scoreboard 2017

The latest data on broadband indicators have been collected by the European Commission (Communications Networks, Content and Technology Directorate General) from national ministries and regulatory authorities.