Sunday, 30 October 2011

EU Digital Agenda: member state and market basics eCommunications

Telecoms networks and services are sorted under the Commission's Information Society web pages eCommunications. There the web page 15th Progress report on the single european electronic communications market - 2009 offers you access to the communication COM(2010) 253 in 22 EU languages, as well as to the two parts of the accompanying Commission staff working document SEC(2010) 630 final/2 with much more detail (English only), including the Country chapters (Annex 1 in Part 1 or separately).

After the pan-EU developments presented in the blog posts about Part 1 (latest post), we glance at Part 2:

CORRIGENDUM
Annule et remplace le document SEC(2010) 630 final du 25.5.2010


COMMISSION STAFF WORKING DOCUMENT accompanying the COMMUNICATION FROM THE COMMISSION TO THE EUROPEAN PARLIAMENT, THE COUNCIL, THE EUROPEAN ECONOMIC AND SOCIAL COMMITTEE AND THE COMMITTEE OF THE REGIONS: PROGRESS REPORT ON THE SINGLE EUROPEAN ELECTRONIC COMMUNICATIONS MARKET (15th REPORT); Brussels, 25.8.2010 SEC(2010) 630 final/2 PART 2 (128 pages)


Part 2 contains financial indicators, information about mobile markets, fixed markets, broadband markets, converged services (bundled offers), broadcasting, tariffs for leased lines, as well as exchange rates and population.

As with the implementation in the member states in Part 1, we are content to signal Part 2 to those who are interested, since we are going to meet both EU member states and evolving market conditions in many future instances.



Ralf Grahn


P.S. Dear Readers, I am interested in national Digital Agendas (existing language versions), as well as information society plans and ICT actions in the member states of the European Union. If you know something, I am grateful if you can use the comment section or email me with relevant information.