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#InvestmentPlan supports #DigitalEconomy: High-speed broadband in Sweden and cyber security systems in France

#InvestmentPlan supports #DigitalEconomy: High-speed broadband in Sweden and cyber security systems in France

The European Investment Bank (EIB) is lending €125 million to Swedish broadband provider IP-Only to support the expansion of its fibre network in cities and rural areas in Sweden. This deal will give high-speed internet access to over 400,000 homes by 2020. Vice-President Andrus Ansip, responsible for the Digital Single Market, said: “The agreement signed […]

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Liberals and Democrats secure key reforms to EU #DigitalSingleMarket rules

Liberals and Democrats secure key reforms to EU #DigitalSingleMarket rules

MEPs on the European Parliament’s Industry, Research and Energy Committee yesterday evening (2 October) adopted their position on proposed reforms to EU rules, last changed in 2009, that govern the provision of electronic communications, the ‘European Electronic Communications Code’.  Liberals and Democrat MEPs helped to secure a number of reforms to the framework in the […]

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#TheTokenFund develops new tool to capitalize on crypto space

#TheTokenFund develops new tool to capitalize on crypto space

| October 2, 2017 | 0 Comments

The founders of The Token Fund, one of the first crypto assets funds on the market, is developing a new tool to help traders, portfolio managers and investors capitalize on the crypto space, writes Martin Banks. They are taking another step forward after announcing the pre-crowdsale details for its upcoming ICO (Initial Coin Offering) on […]

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#Digital revolution requires companies to adapt

#Digital revolution requires companies to adapt

The labour market of the future will look for workers with digital and entrepreneurial skills and will also seek creativity. As a result of digitalization, work organization is characterised by increased flexibility, affecting when, where and how tasks are performed.  These are just some of the key conclusions of the recently published study entitled “Impact […]

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The 11th Digital Regulation Forum tackles Europe’s lagging #internet speeds

The 11th Digital Regulation Forum tackles Europe’s lagging #internet speeds

€600bn is the price tag of the ambitious political broadband objectives put forward by the European Commission in its 2016 gigabit communication. Public funding available can likely not cover more than 10% of this amount. How to incentivize private investors to match the difference? This was the underlying question throughout the 11th two-day Digital Regulation […]

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#ChinaEU at the Digital Regulation Forum 2017

#ChinaEU at the Digital Regulation Forum 2017

On 28-29 April 2017, ChinaEU will take part in the 11th edition of one of the most exciting and influential conferences in Europe for the telecommunications sector: the Digital Regulation Forum, that will take place at the Hyatt Regency London. Entitled “Winners and Losers–How will the future EU electronic communications Code help deliver the Gigabit Society?”, the two-day event will once […]

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Europe’s future is #digital: EU countries to commit in Rome to go deeper and further on digital

Europe’s future is #digital: EU countries to commit in Rome to go deeper and further on digital

As part of the celebrations of the 60 years of the Treaties of Rome, the Commission will bring Ministers together tomorrow (23 March) to progress on high-performance computing, connected mobility and industry digitisation. Initiatives to support digital skills will also be discussed. The Digital Day in Rome aims at boosting cooperation between EU member states to better […]

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