Czech regulator prepares NGA networks support

Wednesday 4 February 2015 | 17:01 CET | News
Czech regulator CTU started a work group to prepare a draft act on support for NGA networks. During a seminar on the 'Current Status and Future of Electronic Communication Services', which CTU organised in cooperation with the Czech Science and Technology Communications Company, the regulator presented the 'Feasibility Study on Passive Infrastructure', which is open for comments until 25 February. Joanna Bakowska and Dominik Kopera from the Polish Ministry of Administration and Digitalisation gave a presentation on Poland's support for construction of broadband networks since 2010. They also

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