From 29 November to 1 December, 2010 in Crowne Plaza Europa Hotel, Brussels a ECTA Regulatory Conference 2010 will be held.

As the European Commission sets ambitious targets for 100Mbit/s broadband across Europe, the ECTA Regulatory Conference 2010 will focus on delivery. What does industry need to deliver broadband Europe and how can national Governments and regulators rise to the challenge? The participants of the conference will be looking at the implications of the long-awaited Commission Recommendation on next generation access. It will be set the beginning of important new debates on the openness of the Internet (net neutrality), the potential extension of universal service regimes to broadband and permanent solutions to achieve a roaming-free Europe as well as political negotiations on spectrum management following the digital switch-over.

The conference will provide an opportunity for a free and open exchange on present experience and the future direction of regulation in the sector from leading figures in the European Commission, Parliament, national Governments, regulators, experts, consumer groups and the industry.

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