South East Europe improved virtual accessibility through joint initiatives facilitating the rollout of broadband networks
The project South East Europe improved virtual accessibility through joint initiatives
facilitating the rollout of broadband networks (SIVA) aims to contribute to the improvement
of virtual accessibility in South East Europe through broadband services, supplementing
physical accessibility and narrowing the digital inequalities in the area.
The project supports the goals of EU's strategy on digital technologies, namely the Digital
Agenda, which aims to deliver download rates of 30 Mbps for all European citizens and at
least 50% of households subscribing to internet connections above 100 Mbps by 2020.
There are 11 partners involved, which cover 8 countries in the SEE region. The activities are
financed by the SEE Transnational Cooperaton Programme of the EU.