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    ETNO presents new study on effects of the EU Data Act on the telecom sector

    Brussels, 25 October 2022 – As European legislators make progress on the landmark EU Data Act, a new study commissioned by ETNO and authored by LE Europe brings a fresh perspective on the impact of the draft regulation on European telecom operators and their business models.

    25 October, 2022 Read more
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    ETNO note on BEREC’s preliminary assessment

    Brussels, 11 October 2022 – ETNO and its members are working to provide additional fact-based evidence for the upcoming European Commission consultation. The debate has moved beyond industry proposals and beyond Europe, as US and Asian regulators are already considering the contribution of tech giants to network costs.

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    CEO statement on the role of connectivity in addressing current EU challenges

    Click here to read a statement signed by 17 telecom CEOs from a diverse group of European telecom operators.

    26 September, 2022 Read more
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    Samsung joins ETNO

    Brussels, 26 July 2022 – ETNO, the Association representing Europe’s leading telecom operators, is proud to announce that Samsung Electronics is joining as an Observer Member, effective July 2022.

    Observer Members are market leaders in digital products, services and solutions that support the growth of Europe’s connectivity ecosystem. Observers contribute to ETNO mainly through knowledge-exchange and policy discussions within our thematic Working Groups.

    As an innovation driver in the mobile broadband technologies, Samsung Electronics Networks stands for open, interoperable and secure mobile broadband infrastructure. We are committed to contribute with our expertise in 5G especially in regards to virtualisation of RAN/ORAN as well concepts to drive mobile broadband coverage in Europe via strategic spectrum management. Furthermore we are keen to serve with pragmatic contribution to resilient and supply chain management.

    Click here to learn more about the ETNO’s Members and Observers.

    26 July, 2022 Read more
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    ETNO visits Washington DC, supports EU-US dialogue

    Brussels, 25 July 2022 - A delegation from the ETNO Secretariat and Executive Board has attended the Transatlantic Policy Network week in Washington DC (18-21 July).

    25 July, 2022 Read more
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    Czech Presidency of the EU: a view from telecom operators

    20 July, 2022

    By Lise Fuhr, Director General, ETNO

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    ETNO and UNI Europa ICTS consolidate the findings of the 2-year social dialogue project on Digital Upskilling for All

    Brussels, 19 July 2022 - The European social partners for the telecommunications sector – UNI Europa ICTS, the European trade union federation for service workers, and ETNO, the European Telecommunication Network Operators’ Association, have concluded the two-year social dialogue project called “Digital Upskilling for All!” (DUFA!).

    19 July, 2022 Read more
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    Joint EU and National telecom sector statement on “fair contribution”

    Brussels, 18 July 2022 – EU and national associations AOMR (RO), APMS (CZ), AssoTelecomunicazioni (IT), ATI (BG), DigitalES (SP), ETNO (EU), Fédération Française des Télécoms (FR), the GSMA Europe (EU), and *Internetoffensive Österreich (Austria) released the following Joint Statement at the start of the Czech Presidency of the EU:

    18 July, 2022 Read more
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    Telecom Industry Applauds EU Institutions for New Platform Rulebooks

    The European telecommunications industry welcomes the European Parliament’s adoption of the Digital Services Act (DSA) and the Digital Markets Act (DMA), resulting from the co-legislators’ provisional agreements earlier this year. Today’s vote confirms Europe’s political commitment and vision to shape the societal and economic dynamics of digital platform ecosystems in line with its value system.

    5 July, 2022 Read more
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