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Published on May 23, 2018
Competition has been the driver for investment and better services for Europeans under the current legislative framework. The new framework looks towards future deployments and aims to continue a competition based model with added incentives for investment, putting in place a co-investment system for the current and future big market players. Small commercial players and the community networks are the seeds of innovation and have the potential for growth either through better offers or disruptive technologies that cover traditional and previously unexplored markets. For them, it is important to create a framework that provides incentives for competition, investment and does not block their way to operate.
A growth model based solely on incentives is a transitory one, reliant on the lifecycle of the incentives, while a competition based model is sustainable and capable of delivering the best results for consumers. And the positive impact on consumers should be the ultimate goal of legislation. In that regard, the event is offering a platform for debate on the obligations for providers, especially small and community networks, the benefits of a clear framework and the potential changes in the relation between the providers and the consumers.
This is Panel 2: Obligations for small providers (Consumer Rights, security etc) - Q&A * Evangelos Ouzounis, Head of Secure Infrastructure & Services - ENISA * Bruno Veluet, CEO of Leonix, Paris based B2B ISP member of AOTA * Caty Nymann, Chair, Communication Networks Regulation Working Group, DIGITALEUROPE * Panayotis Antoniadis, co-founder at NetHood