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Newsletter Nr. 110 | März 2018

Der neue WIK Newsletter mit Berichten aus der laufenden Arbeit des WIK und Berichten von Veranstaltungen ist erschienen


Demand for ultrafast broadband in the UK

WIK-Consult report predicts steep growth in broadband demand in the UK.


Investment, Investment, Investment – Investment 4.0 – Di2

Presentation of Iris Henseler-Unger at The Di2 SUMMIT, 12 March 2018, Frankfurt


Area-wide fibre connection of Bavaria costs 11 billion Euro

The parliamentary group of Bündnis 90/Die Grünen calls for a change in broadband promotion in Bavaria. The Greens thereby rely on the results of a study conducted by WIK.


State-aid VULA criteria for FTTC VDSL Vectoring

European Commission GD Competition publishes WIK expert opinion


Situation of IT security in SMEs

The summary shows the results a project for the German Federal Ministry for Economic Affairs and Energy concerning the situation of IT security in small and medium sized enterprises. Moreover, the publications provides insights on possible supportive actions...


Non-residential markets in Germany

On behalf of the VATM, WIK investigated which requirements of a portfolio of wholesale services must meet in order to strengthen and secure competition in the business segment of communication markets.


FTTH’s crystal clear benefits

A representative survey in Sweden and two case studies underscore the positive impact of fibre networks on the digitization of society and businesses alike.


Modelling of the costs of a full country covering ultrahigh-bandwidth network for Switzerland

WIK NGA cost model determines costs and subsidy requirements for FTTC, FTTS and FTTH taking into account the existing expansion


No. 424: Effectiveness of sector-specific consumer protection regimes in Germany

The subject of consumer protection in the communications sector has become an integral part of the media and politics. The analysis shows that the effectiveness of sector-specific regulations can be improved.

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