EU 2008 Review: An opportunity for Next Generation Networks


06 Jun 2008



Press release

Athens, Greece – It is essential that current rules are adapted to stimulate very risky investment in next generation access networks, estimated to cost up to 300 billion € said today Michael Bartholomew, ETNO Director, speaking at the 3rd International Conference on Broadband Internet.
The three-day event held by the Greek Regulator EETT in presence of Commissioner Reding for Information Society and Media brings together senior representatives from regulators, European institutions and industry to discuss innovation in broadband networks and services.


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