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Europe’s regulators divided over UWB
Mar 15, 2005
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Lengthy debate and plenty of disagreement has characterised the Ultra Wide Band discussions at the CEPT meeting underway in the Italian city of Sorrento this week. Read more...

Sharing is good for you!
Mar 11, 2005
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Spectrum sharing mechanisms to enable more efficient use of publicly held spectrum are expected to be a key focus of the independent audit being undertaken by Warwick University’s Professor Martin Cave on behalf of the UK treasury. Read more...

Another LLU price cut planned Verwaayen tells MPs
Mar 08, 2005
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BT’s Chief Executive, Ben Verwaayen, signalled a further reduction in charges to unbundled local loop operators when he appeared before a UK parliamentary committee today. Read more...

UK spectrum liberalisation: the cart before the horse?
Mar 07, 2005
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The UK's legal community is increasingly concerned that Ofcom's lackadaisical approach to defining spectrum usage rights could hinder the potential benefits of liberalisation. Read more...

Ofcom talks tough in front of MPs
Mar 04, 2005
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Ofcom maintained its strong line on BT’s delivery of equivalence when the regulator appeared before an influential UK parliament committee. Read more...

Ofcom talks tough in front of MPs
Mar 04, 2005
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Ofcom maintained its strong line on BT’s delivery of equivalence when the regulator appeared before an influential UK parliament committee. Read more...

Equivalence: revolution or more of the same?
Mar 01, 2005
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BT says its new regulatory proposals are the furthest any incumbent has gone in guaranteeing fair treatment for its competitors. Not surprisingly other telcos are sceptical. Read more...

Nordic spectrum round up: Will Finland be left behind?
Feb 24, 2005
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The Finnish Communications Authority is resolutely sticking to its position on spectrum trading, a decision which free marketers attribute to the dearth of economists within the regulator. Read more...

New general tries to motivate the troops
Feb 23, 2005
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EU member states seem to have forgotten about the Lisbon goal of leading the world information economy, but InfoSoc Commissioner Viviane Reding wants to drum up some enthusiasm with her i2010 initiative Read more...

BPL: one step forward two steps back
Feb 23, 2005
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All will be quiet on the Broadband over Powerline (BPL) front until April when it is hoped that yet another document will be circulated for vote in the bid to create regulatory certainty for this technology. Read more...