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Intelsat joins GSMA to spur integration of satellite and terrestrial solutions, create hybrid networks, and advance 5G

Stronger relationships with mobile operators, ubiquitous broadband services, and hybrid networks will meet fast-growing connectivity demands and fulfill promise of 5G
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Commissioner Gabriel congratulates the first 2,800 municipalities granted WiFi4EU vouchers

The European Commission announced the results of the first WiFi4EU call for proposals, which ran on 7-9 November. 2,800 municipalities were selected to receive a WiFi4EU voucher worth €15,000. The total budget of this call was €42 million. The selected municipalities will be able to set up Wi-Fi hotspots in public spaces, such as town halls, libraries, museums, parks, squares and other places of public interest

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GSMA: Ignoring concerns from mobile industry over german spectrum award threatens country’s 5G future

Unreasonable license conditions in upcoming spectrum award could poison 5G network investment more
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As European Parliament gives legislative push to fibre and 5G the FTTH Council Europe warns against fake fibre marketing

The European Parliament gathered in plenary session in Strasbourg, recently approved the new European Electronic Communications Code, which will soon become the new legislative framework for telecommunications

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Digital Single Market: New EU rules allow Europeans to shop online without borders

Last 3rd of December 2018 the new regulation proposed by the European Commission in May 2016 to end unjustified geoblocking online entered into force. Europeans will not have to worry about a website blocking or re-routing them just because they, or their credit card, come from a different country. Wherever they are in the EU, they will be able to access goods and services online
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SPARK Microsystems wins the Nokia Open Innovation Challenge 2018 for its revolutionary low-power wireless transceiver

Montreal-based startup wins $100,000 and will be given access to resources across Nokia and Nokia Bell Labs to help further develop its solution. AOMS Technologies and Razor Secure split $75,000 for joint second place

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