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22.05.2018

Open Data in the EU

The public sector produces enormous quantities of data that forms valuable raw material for a data-based economy in Europe. The review of the PSI-Directive shows how this data can be made even more widely available.

16.05.2018

IT-Sicherheit und Blockchain aus Sicht der KMU

Präsentation von Peter Stamm und Pirmin Puhl am 10. April 2018 im Rahmen der Begleitforschung Mittelstand-Digital

14.05.2018

Breitbandausbau 4.0

Presentation of Iris Henseler-Unger on April 26, 2018 at the XVII. Carrier Meeting

08.05.2018

Analytical Cost Model for the Subscriber Access Network – Consultation document published by the Federal Network Agency

WIK provided a consultation draft for the enhanced analytical access network cost model. The consultation document and the corresponding questions are available on the Federal Network Agency’s website since May 2nd 2018.

04.05.2018

Emerging issues of data ownership, interoperability, (re-)usability and access to data, and liability

New study identifies significant barriers to the development of the data economy and the use of IoT, robots and autonomous Systems.

04.05.2018

Digital Executive Club Brussels – an initiative of WIK and IDATE

The next meeting on "Business models and use cases for FTTP - Impact on future applications (5G and IOT) and socio-economic effects" will be held on 24 May 2018.Digital Executive Club

03.05.2018

Review of the Significant Market Power (SMP) guidelines

This Study provides support to the European Commission in its revision of the 2002 guidelines on market analysis and the assessment of significant market power for electronic communications networks and services ("2002 SMP Guidelines").

30.04.2018

Gute Metadaten: Wichtig für den Erfolg der mFUND-Projekte

Arbeitsforum „Standardisierung/mCLOUD“ gestartet

27.04.2018

More Competition by Simplifying Switching

Digital comparison tools in Germany are growing and have seizable benefits for consumers. WIK-Consult presents updated figures and insights on the development and impact of digital comparison tools in Germany.

26.04.2018

No. 426: In-house infrastructure – access and pricing

To what extent is the German DigiNetz Law supporting or restricting access to in-house infrastructure? We examine the diverse institutional settings in order to reveal the incen-tives of the different stakeholders to grant or to seek access.

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