South East Europe improved virtual accessibility through joint initiatives facilitating the rollout of broadband networks
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Telekom Austria to acquire Macedonian fixed line player
Type: Press
Region: AustriaFYROM
Technology: Cable

Telekom Austria Group is to acquire 100 per cent of one of the largest cable operators in the Republic of Macedonia. Blizoo Macedonia offers TV services, broadband and fixed voice and will help Telekom flesh out its own offering in Macedonia where it operates under the Vip brand.

Digital Agenda Assembly 2013 - Report for Workshop 4: Broadband demand stimulation, the impact of cloud
Type: Press
Region: EUOther
Technology: DSLCableFTTxMobileWLANSatellite

The Workshop focused on how cloud computing changes the demand for broadband; the infrastructure requirements for cloud services; as well as the role of the public sector in broadband demand stimulation.

The 2014 Digital Agenda Scoreboard - Driving European Growth Digitality
Type: PressWeb resourcesPresentations
Region: EU
Technology: DSLCableFTTxMobileWLANSatellite

Did you know that EU citizens and businesses are going online more and more? They are also shopping online more and have greater confidence & skills in ICT. However, EU citizens still often lack the high speed broadband to satisfy this digital appetite; and the looming digital skills gap is still a big problem.
Find out more about Europe's ‪#‎digital‬ progress - check out the Digital Agenda Scoreboard 2014: 

Type: Project deliverablesPress
Region: EU
Technology: Mobile

It constitutes a special report created in the frameworks of EurActiv. The articles - contents of the publication are as follows:

Kroes’ future? ‘I’m not going to grow roses’
Investment piles up on 5G development
Industry warns radio frequencies may become scarcer than oil
Europe tries to move towards an open and safe cloud
Mobile streaming in the spotlight at World Congress

Fast broadband now considered vital by increasing numbers of homebuyers
Type: Press
Region: EUOther
Technology: DSLCableFTTxMobile

Houses without broadband could be worth as much as 20% less than comparable properties with a good connection, according to experts who say superfast speeds are increasingly important to prospective homebuyers.

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The SIVA project is being funded under Priority Axis 3 – Improvement of the Accessibility of the South East Europe Programme, achieving the corresponding objectives through the Area of Intervention (AoI) 3.2 – Develop strategies to tackle the 'digital divide'.

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