In 2015, this Working Group (WG) will focus on the reform of the EU policy framework for telecommunications and the Internet and will seek to promote a timely and comprehensive reform of the EU electronic communications framework.
Key actions include achieving:
- One framework for today's e-communications services and Internet-based services with common rules and obligations
- Equitable rules on an Open Internet covering the entire Internet Value chain (on openness, inter-operability et al.)
- Reform of EU regime for network access to radically reduce regulatory and administrative burdens and create a level playing field between different platforms
Working Group structure
ETNO WGs are the engine of the Association. The bottom-up approach when formulating ETNO position papers ensures that all ETNO member interests are captured. The Digital Infrastructure WG is organised as follows:
- Chair: Wim De Rynck, Head of regulatory markets & developments, Proximus Group - wim.de.rynck(at)proximus(dot)com
- Vice-Chairs: Manuel Braga, Deutsche Telekom; Volcy Lesca, Orange
Latest Position Papers
ETNO Press Release: Note of Europe’s leading CEOs on the Electronic Communications Code
The European Electronic Communications Code is no ordinary legislation. This is a once-in-a-decade opportunity to unlock investment in world-class infrastructure, which is the core of a successful society and economy. However, key parts of the debate so far risk leading to the opposite.
ETNO Press Release - Electronic Communications Code: ETNO calls for urgent realignment with original objectives
Brussels, 2 October 2017 – ETNO, the Association representing Europe’s leading providers of digital networks and services, expresses extreme concern as to the on-going legislative process on the European Electronic Communications Code (“the Code”).