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Recovering with FWA and Fibre

For a green and competitive Europe

The 2030 Digital Compass acknowledges the fact that Europe needs to be digitalised and to achieve its 4-point vision, all of them using the word digital: digital infrastructure, digital skills, digital businesses, and digital public services. Connectivity ranks among the key policy areas to deal with: all technologies (fixed, wireless, combination of fixed and mobile) should play a role in reaching 2030 goals while there are still pockets of low broadband connections. In rural areas for example, coverage has improved but NGA coverage is still lacking and show major discrepancies at EU level.

In its White Paper « Recovering with Fibre and FWA for a green and competitive Europe », IDATE gives a status overview and makes several recommendations on how this could be remedied. IDATE suggests for additional public investment on technology-neutral very high broadband and promoting deployment of the green technology that best suits the situation.

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