South East Europe improved virtual accessibility through joint initiatives facilitating the rollout of broadband networks
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Report on the design of a survey, its execution and data gathered on broadband penetration in selected SEE areas
Updated: 14-11-2013 20:45

The primary goal of this survey is to measure the penetration of broadband networks and services in South East Europe. The survey aims to evaluate the current situation in all types of broadband networks (wired, wireless, mobile).

Study and comparative analysis on virtual accessibility policy initiatives and projects, indicatively including national and regional broadband plans and regional/multilevel readiness assessment
Updated: 15-11-2013 10:43

The primary task of the study is to identify the main broadband policies, initiatives and projects proposed by and/or adopted by governments and public authorities in the SIVA consortium countries (Austria, Bulgaria, FYROM, Greece, Italy, Montenegro and Slovenia), and then to categorize them and compare them, based on a purpose made typology.

Analysis of national and regional policies regarding radio spectrum management and the digital dividend
Updated: 05-12-2013 13:06

The primary goal of this survey is to analyse the national and regional policies regarding the radio spectrum management in light of the requirements of the digital dividend. This document gives a comparative overview of the actions taken by different counties regarding the management of their radio spectrum. This study will aim to unveil similarities and differences in the different policies focuses and emphases, setting the base for promoting coordinated, efficient strategies that are necessary for maximizing the full potential of the digital dividend.

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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