INTUG supports ETNO and GSMA position on Connected Cars standard

As the European Parliament and Council debate the Delegated Regulation on Co-operative Intelligent transport Systems (C-ITS), INTUG wishes to express the strong support of the business user community for a forward looking standard based on LTE and 5G such as the Cellular-Vehicle to Everything Standard (C-V2X)

INTUG at ETNO-Mlex: “Regulating for the User of the Future”

INTUG was present at the recent ETNO-Mlex regulatory summit on 24 May 2016, on “Regulating for the user of the future”, with Chairman Danielle Jacobs taking part in the opening panel.

Annual Economic Report on European Telecoms Sector from ETNO

ETNO, which represents Europe’s leading telecom operators, has released its Annual Economic Report describing the state of the European telecoms sector, with results from 2014 and forecasts for 2015 and beyond.

Open Internet: INTUG and ETNO Call for a User-Friendly Approach

INTUG, the international association of business users of telecommunications, and ETNO, the Association representing Europe’s leading telecom operators, call for the EU institutions to adopt user-friendly, innovation-enhancing and investment-conducive rules on the Open Internet.

INTUG at ETNO and Telecom Italia Workshop ahead of Italian EU Presidency

INTUG was invited to speak at the A New Digital Agenda For Europe workshop jointly organized by ETNO and Telecom Italia ahead of the Italian Presidency of the EU. 

INTUG Writes MEPs in Regard to Net Neutrality, Business Services

A new European Parliament, to be elected in May, will have a final say on the European Telecoms Package, which contains groundbreaking rules on net neutrality and the single digital market. There are however two concerns for business users. Therefore INTUG wrote the following to MEPs:

EC Accelerates Single Telecoms Market Plans

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.

ECTA: High Costs Will Limit Fast Broadband

A study commissioned by ECTA, the European Competitive Telecommunications Association, reveals that high fixed costs will limit the availability of super fast broadband to many European homes and rural businesses.

ECTA: Real Broadband Driven by Alternative Providers

According to a survey presented by the ECTA, the European Competitive Telecommunications Association, Europe now has over 100 million broadband subscribers. The results of ECTA’s Broadband Scorecard also show that competitive providers, and not the large incumbents that own much of the telecoms infrastructure, are leading in provision of super broadband connection speeds above 10Mbps, […]

Eight EU Members Ahead of U.S. in Broadband, Commission Says

Denmark, Finland, the Netherlands and Sweden are world leaders in broadband deployment with penetration rates over 30 per cent by the end of 2007, according to the European Commission’s 13th Progress Report on the Single Telecoms Market, issued today.