INTUG and 29 other associations signed a joint letter to Commissioner Oettinger highlighting their support for the measures taken by the Commission that help to achieve a true Digital Single Market, and outlining issues and concerns regarding a new strategy for sustainable broadband investments.
INTUG’s position on the forthcoming review of the European Regulatory Framework and the recent decisions on the Telecom Single Market involving Roaming and Network Neutrality and the Open Internet will be on the agenda of the next INTUG meeting, being held on 26 November 2015 in the Netherlands.
What are the main business user priorities for “Industry 4.0” – the Digital Industrial Revolution? Nick White, INTUG’s Executive Vice President, spoke on the topic at this year’s ECTA Regulatory Conference in Brussels.
A joint letter to European Commissioner for Trade Cecilia Malmström was sent by INTUG, VATM (Verband der Anbieter von Telekommunikations -und Mehrwertdiensten) and CCIA Europe (Computer & Communications Industry Association) on 16 November.
Last week a public information session organized by the European Commission’s Directorate General Connect on the telecommunications market signaled that there is growing attention for the specific needs of businesses in a European single market.
The European Commission is speeding up its proposals for new single telecoms market regulations. The EC will probably present its plans by June rather than the earlier announced target date of October.