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    European telcos support harmonised and fact-based EU rules on 5G security

    Brussels, 29 January 2020 – ETNO, the Association representing Europe’s leading telecom operators, supports a harmonised EU approach to 5G security. Security is at the heart of our on-going work to deploy resilient 5G infrastructure across European territories. We therefore welcome today’s publication of the “5G Security Toolbox”, presented by EU Member States with ENISA and the European Commission.

    29 January, 2020 Read more
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    EU connectivity is becoming faster and more intelligent, but more investment is needed

    Brussels, 28 January 2020 – 5G and fibre are becoming a reality in Europe and there is a major opportunity for launching European AI and data-based services. Telcos will be a major lever for growth and inclusion across the digital ecosystem. However, telecom markets remain relatively weak in Europe, which means that policy action is needed to boost investment in networks and make the Continent globally competitive. These are some of the key findings of the 2020 “State of Digital Communications” Report, launched today by ETNO, Europe’s leading telecoms association, and prepared by leading research firm Analysys Mason.

    28 January, 2020 Read more
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    Leading telecom CEOs meet with EVP Vestager

    Brussels, 2 December 2019 – A delegation of CEOs from ETNO, the association representing Europe’s leading telecom operators, has met today with Margrethe Vestager, Executive Vice-President, Europe fit for the Digital Age. The delegation included: Tim Hoettges, Deutsche Telekom; Stephane Richard, Orange; Thomas Arnolder, Telekom Austria; Salvatore Rossi, TIM; Alexandre Fonseca, Altice Portugal; as well as the Chairman of ETNO, Steven Tas, the Director General of ETNO, Lise Fuhr, and senior representatives from Telefonica and Telenor.

    2 December, 2019 Read more
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    CEOs Statement on the Purpose of Digital Networks

    The CEOs from ETNO companies joined the following statement:

    Europeans deserve a digital economy that delivers for all, by creating new opportunities of inclusive growth and societal improvement across European regions and across all sectors of society. We believe that the ultimate purpose of the new and existing digital networks is to enable such opportunities.

    2 December, 2019 Read more
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    EU digital leadership: telcos and cable companies call for a consistent approach to e-Privacy

    20 November, 2019 Read more
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    WRC-19: EU telcos call for empowering citizens through ambitious global spectrum policy

    Brussels, Sharm el Sheikh, 21 October 2019 – ETNO, the Association representing Europe’s leading telecom operators, welcomes the Radiocommunication Assembly 2019 and the World Radiocommunication Conference of 2019 (WRC-19). The meeting has the potential to be a major milestone, as it will update the Radio Regulations at a time in which 5G innovation takes off across geographies.

    21 October, 2019 Read more
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    ETNO launches “Europe 2030” agenda, announces new members and Chairman

    La Valletta (Malta), 17 October 2019 – The Member and Observer companies of ETNO, the Association representing Europe’s leading providers of digital networks and services, met today in Malta for the 58th General Assembly. During the meeting, chaired by Maltese leading telecom operator GO, ETNO announced its “Europe 2030” agenda as well as the appointment of Steven Tas (Proximus) as Chairman of the Executive Board.

    17 October, 2019 Read more
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    Joint Industry Statement on the ePrivacy Regulation

     EU telecoms and cable sectors uphold confidentiality of communications, ask for promoting European innovation and competitiveness

    Brussels, 10 October 2019 – The GSMA, ETNO and Cable Europe look forward to working with the new College of European Commissioners to advance the digital single market and spur European innovation and growth. Telecommunications and cable operators remain the backbone of the European digital economy.

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    European telecom services are evolving with consumer value on the rise: Assembly Research and ETNO unveil new consumer study on telecom services

    Brussels, London, 30 September 2019 – As European consumers eagerly take-up data-driven services and increasingly communicate across digital channels, telcos are delivering increased value and improved service to their customers. This is the main take away of the new study “Delivering Consumer Value in Digital Times”, unveiled today by Assembly – the independent, London-based analyst firm – and ETNO – the Association representing Europe’s leader provider of digital networks and services. The study puts forward a fresh perspective on the relationship between telecom operators and their customers, complementing existing surveys and providing an overview of new challenges in digital markets.

    30 September, 2019 Read more
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