The Body of European Regulators for Electronic Communications (BEREC) evaluates the implementation of the Open Internet Regulation adopted in the EU in 2015, as well as the BEREC Net Neutrality Guidelines issued in 2016. BEREC concludes that the application of both the regulation and the guidelines are working well.Continue reading “BEREC to update net neutrality guidelines”
Our products are used from the polar circle in Scandinavia to Tanzania, a country well below the equator. We have run several frequency auctions across Europe, transforming the 5g vision to reality, country by country. We also helped the telecom regulators measure, assess, visualise and report on the market KPIs, by providing them with timely and accurate information about the internet service quality and coverage.
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We are proud to be a part of the the 14th Spectrum Management Conference at BluePoint Brussels, Belgium on 19 – 20 June 2019.
Do not miss the presentation “Open Nettest” of our colleague Mr. Jozef Svrcek, which is a part of the Session 3: A roadmap for the future – Delivering an efficient, forward-looking mobile spectrum landscape. The session 3 takes place on 19th June at 14:00-15:10.Continue reading “Visit us at the 14th Annual European Spectrum Management Conference”
Serbian regulator Ratel hosted a meeting in Belgrade on the measurement of quality of service (QoS). During the meeting, experts from Poland, Czech Republic, Slovakia, Hungary, Slovenia, Serbia and Croatia presented and discussed the latest projects and activities in this domain. The participants exchanged their experience from the MoQoS (Measurement of Quality of Service) project implemented in 2017-2018.Continue reading “Ratel hosts meeting on QoS measurement”
Germany has ended the 5G auction for frequencies in the bands 2 GHz and 3.6 GHz with the proceeds totalling more than EUR 6.5 billion. In total, the regulator BNetzA awarded 420 MHz to the operators: Drillisch Netz, Telefónica Deutschland, Telekom Deutschland and Vodafone.Continue reading “Germany ends 5G auction with over EUR 6.5 billion proceeds”
In 2018, Romania saw a 27% year-on-year growth in mobile LTE subscriptions to 10.1 million, while the fixed internet connections grew by 7% year-on-year to 5.1 million, follows from the report published by the regulator AncomContinue reading “FTTH makes 40% of fixed internet lines in Romania”
French regulator Arcep has published its scoreboard for the fixed broadband and superfast broadband market – rollouts and subscriptions – in France at the end of March 2019. The results for this quarter confirm the ongoing increase in FTTH subscription numbers and rollouts.Continue reading “One third of internet subscribers in France enjoy 30 Mbps+ speed”
The Norwegian Communications Authority (Nkom) awarded 20-year licences for the spectrum in the 700 MHz and 2.1 GHz bands to three operators: Ice, Telia and Telenor. The auction last only from 3 to 5 June. Its total proceeds amount to NOK 735.057 million.Continue reading “Norway awards 5G licences”
In February 2019, Switzerland successfully distributed attractive frequencies for the next generation mobile broadband networks. Operators have been preparing themselves for the launch of 5G as early as possible. However, some cantons have imposed moratoria for construction of 5G networks due to health concerns.Continue reading “Switzerland deals with cantons’ moratoria on 5G networks”
The industry association GSMA, representing interests of mobile operators worldwide, warns that artificially inflating prices in some 5G spectrum auction threatens quality and affordability of mobile services. To help governments and regulators guarantee affordable, high quality mobile connectivity from spectrum awards GSMA has published the Auction Best Practice paper.Continue reading “GSMA warns some spectrum auctions artificially inflate prices”