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June 5, 2014

European Policies

The Future of the Internet is at a Crossroads
The London School of Economics and Political Science Blog (June 4, 2014) The fifth annual European Summit on the Future Internet is coming up on 12& 13 June bringing together policymakers, industry representatives and scholars. Joao Schwarz da Silva of this year’s host, the University of Luxembourg, gives a sneak preview of the discussion pointing out what is at stake and calling for international legal safeguards in internet governance.     read more...
European Commission Directorate General for Comm: Blueprint for next-generation quality-enabled network interconnection
National Journal (June 4, 2014) The three-year FP7 ETICS project investigated technical solutions able to ensure end-to-end connectivity with guaranteed characteristics. The project also proposed new business models favouring a fairer distribution of revenues among actors delivering end-to-end assured quality services.     read more...
Sweden at head of pack on digital research funding (June 5, 2014) While Sweden may be a global leader in R&D investment, the EU as a whole is still lagging behind the Japan and the US: new data shows that 6.6% of the total R&D government support is invested in ICT in the EU, compared to 9.1% in Japan and 7.9% in the US. Figures from the Digital Scorecard show that more efforts are necessary to meet the goal set by the Digital Agenda for Europe: to reach €11 billion of annual total public spending on ICT R&D by 2020.     read more...
EU Silicon Valley faces many challenges
The Irish Times (June 2, 2014) Europe needs to sort out its fragmented telecoms market and regulatory imbalances if it is to spur a new generation of technology start-ups and create its own version of America’s Silicon Valley. The European Union has set aside €80 billion to fund cutting edge research and innovation over the next six years, underscoring its ambition in these fields.     read more...
EU reaches 'broadband for all' target, but challenges remain
Fierce Wireless (May 30, 2014) Latest data from the European Commission's digital scorecard reveals that the target of 'broadband for all' in the European Union has effectively been achieved through a mix of mobile, fixed and satellite technologies including LTE. However, the Commission's vice president in charge of the Digital Agenda, Neelie Kroes, warned that this does not mean the EU can now sit back and reflect on a job well done.     read more...
Telecoms package and network security on Council's agenda
Europolitics (June 2, 2014) The Greek EU Presidency will pass the baton to Italy – which will take over at the helm of the EU in July - at the Telecoms Council, on 6 June in Luxembourg. Greece will present two reports on progress made in negotiations currently underway, while Italy 2 will lay out its main priorities on telecoms under its upcoming Presidency. The first two debates will be public.     read more...
Europe needs an ambitious digital agenda
EurActiv (June 3, 2014) The European Parliament must take its responsibility to make Europe the smartest and most connected continent, starting with the creation of one committee for Digital Affairs and Technology, writes Marietje Schaake.     read more...
Vodafone reacts angrily to EU’s decision to approve 3 Ireland’s O2 takeover
TeleGeography (May 30, 2014) The Irish Independent reports that an angry ‘war of words’ has broken out between Vodafone Ireland and rival Hutchison 3G Ireland (trading as 3 Ireland), following the European Commission’s (EC’s) decision to rubber stamp the latter’s takeover of fellow Irish cellco O2 Ireland in a EUR780 million (USD1.06 billion) deal. In a swift and bitter reaction to the EC decision, Vodafone has said it is considering legal action both in the Republic and in Europe, accusing the Commission of allowing 3 Ireland to side-step investment to the detriment of end users.     read more...
EU countries likely to drag out data privacy talks this week
PCWorld (June 3, 2014) New rules governing who handles EU consumers’ privacy complaints will not be agreed to Friday, despite being on the agenda for member states to discuss. Justice and Home Affairs ministers from the EU’s 28 member states will meet to talk about the proposed Data Protection Regulation, specifically plans to create a so-called one-stop-shop principle.     read more...
EU launches world’s largest civilian robotics programme – 240,000 new jobs expected (June 3, 2014) The European Commission and 180 companies and research organisations (under the umbrella of euRobotics) today launch the world's largest civilian research and innovation programme in robotics. Covering manufacturing, agriculture, health, transport, civil security and households, the initiative – called SPARC – is the EU’s industrial policy effort to strengthen Europe’s position in the global robotics market (€60 billion a year by 2020).     read more...
Kroes on the importance of Robotics
New Europe (June 3, 2014) Vice-President of the European Commission responsible for the Digital Agenda, Neelie Kroes, gave a speech entitled "Lighting a SPARC under our competitive economy" at the 6th International Trade Fair for Automation and Mechatronics - Automatica, in Munich, Germany.     read more...
#FPA14. Agenda Digitale, l'industria ICT scommette sull'onda lunga di Matteo Renzi
Key4biz (May 30, 2014) Reformulate objectives and rules of the European Digital Agenda, relying on the renewed political momentum of Italy on the wings of an unexpected election result and the presidency of the EU in Brussels. This is a summary of the most pressing demand from the ICT world advanced by enterprises and institutions to the Prime Minister, Matteo Renzi.     read more...
EU commissioner: right to be forgotten is no harder to enforce than copyright
The Guardian (June 4, 2014) f Google can handle the millions of requests it gets to take down content that infringes copyright, it should be able to handle the few requests it gets to enforce the EU's 'right to be forgotten', according to Viviane Reding, the European commissioner for justice, fundamental rights and citizenship.     read more...
European Commission officials to scrutinise Google's 'right to be forgotten' measure before commenting (June 2, 2014) European Commission officials will examine how Google's application of the 'right to be forgotten' would work in practice before commenting on it, EU Justice Commissioner Viviane Reding has said, according to the Financial Times.     read more...
Google receives rush of requests to delete search results
The Financial Times (June 3, 2014) Google has received more than 41,000 requests in four days from Europeans wanting the company to remove personal information from its web search results, according to people close to the company.     read more...

Global Policies

Merkel's Mobile: Germany Launches Investigation into NSA Spying
Spiegel (June 4, 2014) After extensive review, Germany's federal prosecutor has announced he is launching formal investigative proceedings into allegations that the NSA monitored Chancellor Angela Merkel's mobile phone. The claims have burdened trans-Atlantic relations for months.     read more...
One year on, Snowden affair shows power of big data analytics
The Financial Times (June 5, 2014) A year ago today, June 5 2013, The Guardian, a UK newspaper, published the first of its exclusives based on documents leaked by US whistleblower Edward Snowden. Leaving aside the incendiary debate over whether Mr Snowden is a traitor and enemy of the state or a brave citizen who liberated millions of people from illegal surveillance activities, there is no argument over just how significant his activities were in the context of data security.     read more...
Operators and regulators gather at Convergence
CommsMEA (June 2, 2014) The Convergence Summit, organized by Arab Advisors, has gathered over 500 telecoms leaders to discuss the challenges and priorities in the Telecommunication sector in the Middle East. Luigi Gambardella, chairman of the executive board of ETNO and vice president of Telecom Italia, moderated this first session.     read more...
Bahrain welcomes world’s top tech policy makers at leading UN regulatory gathering
ITU (June 3, 2014) Bahrain today welcomed more than 650 high-level international delegates from the world’s information and communication technology (ICT) regulatory authorities, who will spend the week debating the opportunities and challenges of tomorrow’s increasingly interconnected digital environment.     read more...
Telecom issues to be probed at key forum
Gulf Daily News (June 3, 2014) More than 700 participants representating nearly 72 countries will take part in a major telecom summit in Bahrain. The Global Symposium for Regulators 2014 (GSR14) is being held for the first time in the kingdom under the patronage of His Royal Highness Prime Minister Prince Khalifa bin Salman Al Khalifa.     read more...
Mobile bills set to fall as Ofcom bids to cut costs
City AM (June 5, 2014) TELECOMS regulator Ofcom has set out plans to slash the wholesale cost of connecting mobile phones, a move that could lead to cheaper bills for consumers. So-called mobile termination rates, the charges from operators for connecting calls to a different network, will fall thanks to a new charge control proposed yesterday.     read more...
Britain's Ofcom proposes further cuts in mobile phone charges
Reuters (June 4, 2014) British telecoms regulator Ofcom on Wednesday proposed further cuts in mobile termination rates - the charges operators impose to connect calls across networks - in a move that could lead to cheaper bills for consumers.     read more...
UKE approves 80 Mbps BSA option in Orange Poland's offer
Telecompaper (June 4, 2014) After an administrative procedure initiated at the request of Orange Poland, telecoms regulator UKE's president has issued a partial decision approving the change of the framework offer, setting out the framework for telecommunications access in terms of call origination and termination, wholesale access to TP's network, access to subscriber lines in a way that ensures full or shared access.     read more...
The Big Data Dump: How Info-Hoarding Can Overwhelm Startups, Spy Agencies
Bloomberg (June 3, 2014) When it comes to big data projects, there are none bigger than the National Security Agency's massive surveillance programs that were exposed by former contractor Edward Snowden a year ago. In internal documents, the agency crowed about the scope of its mission, which was encapsulated in one phrase: 'Collect it all'.     read more...
China Blocks Google Ahead of Tiananmen Anniversary
The Wall Street Journal (June 3, 2014) China is ratcheting up scrutiny of foreign companies online ahead of the sensitive 25th anniversary of the Tiananmen Square crackdown Wednesday, presenting challenges to businesses that see it as a growth market.     read more...
«Il peut y avoir de la concurrence à trois opérateurs mobiles» (Montebourg)
La Tribune (June 4, 2014) Arnaud Montebourg, french Minister for Economy, Industrial Renewal and Digital Economy, hammered his desire to see the market consolidate but downplaying the risk of rising prices due to the presence of Free, disruptive.     read more...
N.S.A. Collecting Millions of Faces From Web Images
The New York Times (May 31, 2014) The National Security Agency is harvesting huge numbers of images of people from communications that it intercepts through its global surveillance operations for use in sophisticated facial recognition programs, according to top-secret documents.     read more...
FCC to consider redefining broadband as 10 Mbps or higher
FierceTelecom (June 2, 2014) The FCC is mulling the idea of changing the definition of broadband from 4 Mbps to 10 Mbps to better reflect the reality of growing usage of bandwidth hungry streaming music and video applications, reports The Washington Post.     read more...
Turkey Lifts Ban on YouTube Access
The Wall Street Journal (June 3, 2014) Turkey's telecommunications watchdog lifted a ban on YouTube on Tuesday, ending a two-month blockade that raised concerns at home and abroad that the country was creating a new model for authoritarian censorship. Turkey's government had drawn broad criticism from traditional allies, including the U.S. and the European Union, which Ankara seeks to join, after banning Twitter on March 20 and expanding a social-media crackdown by blocking YouTube the following week.     read more...
Egypt's police seek ability to monitor social media for signs of dissent
The Guardian (June 2, 2014) According to a leaked document in which technology companies are invited to offer their services, Egypt's interior ministry says it wants the ability to scan Facebook, Twitter, WhatsApp and Viber in real-time for usage that might 'harm public security or incite terrorism'.     read more...

Digital Economy

Competition in the German Telecoms Market Set to Remain Intense after Expected Merger
A.T. Kearney (May 29, 2014) While the European Commission’s Competition Directorate is in the final stages of scrutinizing the merger plans of Telefonica Deutschland and E-Plus, A.T. Kearney research reveals that the intense level of competition in the German market is set to continue even if, as expected, the merger proceeds.     read more...
Sprint, T-Mobile Merger Closer to Happening
The Motley Fool (June 2, 2014) Sprint has cleared a significant hurdle in its attempt to acquire T-Mobile . Germany's Deutsche Telekom AG, which owns 67% of T-Mobile, is willing to hold on to that stake if a deal can be reached to merge the United States's third and fourth place wireless companies. Deutsche Telekom's stake in T-Mobile was worth over $27 billion as of May 30. By agreeing to stay on as a minority partner, the company makes it easier for Sprint's principal owner, Softbank , to finance an overall purchase of T-Mobile.     read more...
Deutsche Telekom buys GTS for €546m
Infrastructure Investor (June 3, 2014) Deutsche Telekom has closed its acquisition of GTS Central Europe, in a deal that provides the German telecom operator with a fibre optic and infrastructure business in Eastern Europe. The company is being sold by a consortium of private equity firms that includes Bessemer Venture Partners, Columbia Capital, HarbourVest Partners, Innova Capital, MC Partners and Oak Investment Partners.     read more...
DT completes acquisition of GTS Central Europe
TeleGeography (June 2, 2014) German telecoms company Deutsche Telekom (DT) officially closed its acquisition of GTS Central Europe from a number of private equity groups on 30 May, in a move that will strengthen its position in the international business-to-business (B2B) and wholesale segments. The deal was first announced in November 2013 and received European Commission approval in April.     read more...
Mobile phones on track to outnumber people early next year, says Ericsson
The Times (June 3, 2014) The number of mobile phone subscriptions is set to exceed the world’s population next year as telecoms networks reach out to corners of the world previously untouched by wireless signals. Ericsson, the Swedish mobile phone company, will publish its latest mobility report today that will show the number of global mobile phone subscriptions will hit 7 billion by the end of the year and overtake the world’s population — about 7.2 billion — soon after.     read more...
UK, France consistently cheap for mobile communications
Telecompaper (June 3, 2014) The United Kingdom and France, alongside Austria, Denmark and Sweden, are consistently cheap countries for mobile communications compared to other countries in Western Europe. Greece and Portugal on the other hand are relatively expensive for mobile consumers, according to the results of Telecompaper’s EU Benchmark report for Q1 2014.     read more...
Exclusive: Hutchison, Vimpelcom resume Italian mobile merger talks - sources
Reuters (June 3, 2014) Hutchison Whampoa has resumed talks with Russian telecoms group Vimpelcom over merging their Italian mobile firms, encouraged by Hutchison's 3 getting the go-ahead last week for an acquisition in Ireland, according to several people familiar with the situation.     read more...
US mobile data service revenues grow 23% in Q1
Telecompaper (June 2, 2014) The US mobile data service revenues grew 23 percent year-over-year to USD 25.9 billion in the first quarter, according to new results from Chetan Sharma. For the year, Chetan Sharma expects the US to become the first country to generate USD 100 billion from mobile data services. Verizon and AT&T dominated the quarter accounting for 68 percent of the mobile data services revenue and had 68 percent of the subscription base.     read more...
Telefonica talks to German MVNOs on concessions
Bloomberg (June 4, 2014) Telefonica SA is negotiating with smaller German mobile providers including Freenet AG, Drillisch AG and Liberty Global Plc’s Unitymedia KabelBW as it seeks to win European Union approval for its takeover of Royal KPN NV’s E-Plus unit, people familiar with the talks said. Telefonica is sounding out whether the companies would be interested in obtaining access to its wireless network while building up their own hardware for tasks such as billing and transmitting data to the network backbone.     read more...
Telefónica continues to court Liberty Global as part of E-Plus bid
Fierce Wireless Europe (June 4, 2014) Telefónica is still courting international cable company Liberty Global as a potential fourth mobile operator for Germany in a bid to win approval for its proposed €8.5 billion ($11.5 billion) acquisition of local rival E-Plus, despite reports Liberty does not wish to operate its own network in the country.     read more...
Vodafone plans to move Silicon Valley innovation centre to London
The Financial Times (June 3, 2014) Vodafone will move its product innovation and development team out of Silicon Valley to establish a centre in London, reversing the long-term migration of technology talent and ideas to the West Coast hub.     read more...
North America will lead Europe on LTE penetration for forseeable future
PCWorld (June 3, 2014) LTE’s share of mobile subscriptions will reach 85 percent in North America in five years, outpacing Europe where the 4G technology will have a 30 percent share, according to a report from telecom vendor Ericsson. LTE continued to grow strongly and reached 240 million subscriptions during the first three months of the year, with around 35 million new additions.     read more...
AT&T U-verse Strategy Eyed Amid DirecTV Deal
Investor’s Business Daily (June 2, 2014) AT&T's proposed acquisition of DirecTV Group for $49 billion raises long-term questions over its U-verse marketing strategy and capital spending. Only half of consumers who buy AT&T's (NYSE:T) U-verse broadband Internet service also buy AT&T's TV service. AT&T ended Q1 with 11.3 million U-verse broadband customers and 5.7 million TV subscribers.     read more...
It’s all about connections as Irish users take the digital lead
The Irish Times (June 5, 2014) How much is your internet connection worth to you? According to a new study, the average person would have to be given €130 to compensate for giving up their broadband at home. That’s about €100 more than the average monthly broadband bill, giving a general idea of how important the technology has become to us.     read more...
TeliaSonera CEO visits Azerbaijan
Azernews (June 3, 2014) Johan Dennelind, President and CEO of the TeliaSonera Group, one of the leading telecom companies in Europe and the majority shareholder of Azercell Telecom, visited Azercell and Azerbaijan on May 23. As part of his first-time visit agenda, Johan Dennelind met with the Minister of Communications and High Technologies, Ali Abbasov, and several other officials of the Ministry.     read more...

Tech & Services

Study shows US beats Europe on broadband speed and access
The Financial Times (June 4, 2014) The light touch of US regulators has helped increase investment in broadband and expanded access to high-speed internet in the US compared to Europe, according to a study which contradicts assertions that the US has fallen behind in the internet race as the country debates what rules should govern broadband access.     read more...
Global 4G/LTE divide will be wide in 2019: Ericsson Mobility Report
TelecomTiger (June 3, 2014) The latest Ericsson Mobility Report reveals for the first time that the number of active cellular M2M devices will increase 3-4 times by 2019, from 200 million at the end of 2013. While the majority of cellular M2M devices today are still GSM-only, that is expected to shift by 2016 when 3G/4G will represent the majority of active cellular M2M subscriptions.     read more...
WSJ: Google Spending $1 Billion on Satellites to Cover Earth in Wi-Fi
Gizmodo (June 2, 2014) The Wall Street Journal is reporting that Google plans to spend over $1 billion on a fleet of satellites that will be used to provide internet to parts of the world that currently lack digital connections. According to 'people familiar with the project', Google will use 180 'small, high-capacity satellites' that will orbit the Earth at low altitudes.     read more...
The Chinese technology companies poised to dominate the world
The Guardian (June 3, 2014) As we walked into Huawei's offices in Shenzhen, southern China, our English guide paused a moment. 'When the FT came here, they wrote a story about how there were beds under the desks and this meant that everyone must be working incredibly long hours', he said. 'Quite wrong'. As we soon discovered, it's not that there aren't beds under or beside the desks. There are.     read more...
What is the Internet of Things and Why Should You Care?
Small Business Trends (June 1, 2014) It’s not just your phone and your watch that are smart anymore. These days, many more devices than just your computer are connected to the Internet. As we know, scads of other devices, software and many other tools are now connected and exchanging data – creating this Internet of Things. This exchange includes important things like downloads and status updates needed to make our devices more effective and useful than ever.     read more...
China Mobile cuts 4G prices
Total Telecom (June 2, 2014) China Mobile has doubled the data allowance available on one of its 4G price plans, following criticism over the cost of its service. According to a Xinhua report over the weekend, the world's biggest mobile operator by subscribers is offering 2 GB of LTE data for 70 yuan (€8.00) per month, twice the volume of data compared to the previous tariff structure. The new price plan came into effect on Sunday.     read more...
New Chip to Bring Holograms to Smartphones
The Wall Street Journal (June 2, 2014) In the future, virtual reality won't require strapping a bulky contraption to your head. Instead, imagine stepping into an empty room and then suddenly seeing life-size, 3-D images of people and furniture. Or looking down at a smartwatch and seeing virtual objects float and bounce above the wrist, like the holographic Princess Leia beamed by R2-D2 in the movie 'Star Wars.'     read more...
Apple Unveils New Versions of OS X and iOS for Macs, Mobile Devices
The Wall Street Journal (June 2, 2014) Apple did little to quell the clamor for new gadgets at its annual developers' conference, forgoing new hardware and focusing on under-the-hood updates to its main software platforms. Apple's primary announcements at the closely watched conference were largely technical—new ways for apps to talk to each other and a new programming language to help developers create apps more easily. It also unveiled plans to make the iPhone a hub for other home and fitness apps.     read more...
Tim Cook takes the stage at Apple WWDC to show off a more open Apple
The Washington Post (June 2, 2014) Apple dashed a lot of hopes by not announcing a new gadget at its developers conference Monday, opting instead to reveal widely expected updates to its mobile and desktop operating systems. But while the company continues to fight off the perception that it's lost its ability to innovate, it did give the public a look at a major culture shift in the company -- a more open Apple.     read more...
Amazon stirs smartphone launch talk with June 18 event
Reuters (June 4, 2014) Inc revived speculation about its next major product on Wednesday, using a mysterious YouTube video and website post to tease a June 18 'launch event' in Seattle to be hosted by CEO Jeff Bezos.     read more...
Would You Believe It? Miami Has a Real Tech Scene Now
The Wall Street Journal (May 30, 2014) This city is well known for its coastline, club scene and condo-building crazes. Now it is adding a new distinction: tech hub. A startup scene is stirring here, driven in part by U.S. companies seeking to tap Latin America's expanding technology market and a growing crop of Latin American entrepreneurs hoping to gain a foothold here.     read more...
AT&T Subscriber Count Up as Carrier Trades Pricing for Growth
The Wall Street Journal (June 3, 2014) AT&T is pulling in more wireless customers, but at a price. The telecom company said Tuesday it expects to add more than 800,000 of the industry's valuable postpaid customers in the second quarter, likely its biggest gain since the fourth quarter of 2009.     read more...
'Everyone has a little bit of Congo in their pocket'
The Telegraph (May 31, 2014) Carolyn Duran, the leader of Intel's drive for conflict-free chips, tells Matthew Sparkes how slavery and rape is commonplace in the Congolese mines producing raw ingredients for your gadgets.     read more...
Transport for London seeks legal ruling on Uber car-hire software
The Guardian (June 2, 2014) Transport for London (TfL) has begun to apply for a high court ruling on whether Uber, the car-booking software, illegally encroaches on black-cab drivers' exclusive right to charge metered fares. TfL, which licenses and regulates taxi and car hire in London, has asked Uber and the black-cab drivers' trade associations to take part in the action.     read more...
Apple does a u-turn on Bitcoin payments
The Telegraph (June 3, 2014) Apple has updated its iOS App Store guidelines to allow software developers to include virtual-currency transactions in their applications. The update, which was issued last night, states that 'apps may facilitate transmission of approved virtual currencies provided that they do so in compliance with all state and federal laws for the territories in which the app functions'.     read more...

Focus on

ETNO-MLex Regulatory Summit 2014
Brussels (June 25, 2014 )
The 2014 ETNO-MLex Regulatory Summit will take place in Brussels on Wednesday 25 June 2014, in collaboration once again with MLex, the leading provider of insight, analysis and commentary to regulation and competition specialists in Europe, the US, Brazil and China. The purpose of the Summit is to create a platform for up to 200 high level delegates representing telecom operators, the EU institutions, regulators, academics, investors and other industry stakeholders to discuss key EU regulatory issues. Two panel discussions will cover 'Net Neutrality and enabling innovation in the Internet value chain' and 'The future of telecoms regulation and competition policies in Europe'     read more...


Video message from Dr Hamadoun I. Touré, Secretary-General, ITU on the Global Symposium for Regulators 2014 (GSR 14)
Manama, Bahrain (3-5 June 2014)

Press Releases

TeliaSonera: Landis+Gyr to adopt TeliaSonera telecom services worldwide (June 2, 2014)
TeliaSonera and Landis+Gyr, the Swiss headquartered energy company with operations in 30 countries, have concluded a five-year agreement on expert services and telecommunications to almost 100 offices around the world.

Telefonica closes deal to buy Digital+ for EUR 750 mln (June 3, 2014)
Telefonica has announced that it has closed the acquisition of Spanish pay-TV platform Digital+ from media group Prisa.

TIM expands 4G roaming to Hong Kong and Germany (June 4, 2014)
Telecom Italia's mobile unit TIM has reached an agreement with local operators CSL and T-Mobile to offer 4G roaming in Hong Kong and Germany.

Hrvatski Telekom provides free 5 GB storage in the cloud (May 30, 2014)
Croatian operator Hrvatski Telekom is offering business customers 5 GB of storage as part of its Cloud Storage service.

Telenor Norway offers worldwide data roaming package (June 3, 2014)
Telenor Norway said it is the first operator to provide a package of roaming data valid worldwide.


Ericsson Mobility Report
Ericsson (June 3, 2014 )

U.S. vs. European Broadband Deployment: What Do the Data Say?
University of Pennsylvania Law School (June 2014 )

Consolidation of Europe’s Mobile Markets
A.T. Kearney (May 29, 2014)

Net Neutrality - International benchmark: how are telcos, content providers & regulators positioning themselves
IDATE (April 2014)

EU Mobile Benchmark Q1 2014
Telecompaper (June 2014)


6.8 billion mobile phone users all over the world

Source: Ericsson

Next Week

Open Innovation 2.0 Conference 2014 (June 12, 2014)
Dublin, Ireland

Next Generation Services Platforms 2014 (June 10-11, 2014)
Munich, Germany

5th European Summit on the Future Internet (June 12-13, 2014)


LTE World Summit
Amsterdam, Netherlands (June 23-25, 2014)

Strengthening Data Protection Standards in Europe: Towards a Harmonised European Digital Market
Brussels, Belgium (July 1, 2014)

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