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Can Europe have a Telecommunications Industry?

  • Alain Bravo (a1)

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This paper summarises the author’s remarks during a symposium held at Imperial College, London, UK, in honour of Erol Gelenbe. It provides a perspective for the future of the Telecommunications industry in Europe.

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3.CORDIS COM(2015) 192 final / SWD(2015) 100 final
4.Such as search engines, social media, e-commerce platforms, app stores, price comparison websites.
6.ranging from materials and equipment to components design all the way to chip-manufacturing.
7.Cf. The Joint Statement of European business organisations on the occasion of the 21st EU-Japan summit, 12. November 2013 (http://pr.euractiv.com/pr/joint-statement-european-business-organisations-occasion-21st-eu-japan-summit-101452).
9.Voice over LTE, Video over LTE, Rich Communication Suite.
10.The eight technical programmes are: digital media technology, cloud computing and services, embedded systems, human computer interaction and design, internet technology and architecture, security and privacy, service design and engineering, and data science.
11.Besides fundamental knowledge on Innovation and Entrepreneurship, students learn how to drive their innovations to the markets. The master’s thesis which the students prepare in collaboration with a business includes a business plan for the commercial exploitation of their project.

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