Vorgehen zur Berechnung der Wirtschaftlichkeit von 5G im Kontext von Campus-Netzen

Presentation of Dr Bernd Sörries at the DIHK-Webinar by the Roadshow 5G Campusnetze on 24 June 2020.More...


Moving to a fibre-enabled UK

WIK prepares report on behalf of the Broadband Stakeholder Group (BSG)


Copper switch-off, fibre take-up and ULL tarifs in France

France is on its way migrating from copper to a fibre access network. WIK analyses how this migration can be supported and speeded-up by price setting and other regulatory means.


Newsletter Nr. 118 | März 2020

Der neue WIK Newsletter mit Berichten aus der laufenden Arbeit des WIK und Berichten von Veranstaltungen ist erschienen. "Corona als Akzelerator der Digitalisierung"More...


No. 461: SDN/NFV and its implications for the costs of mobile and fixed networks in the regulatory context

SDN and NFV are the next steps in the development of telecommunication networks. Cost structures of networks will sustainably be changed and more flexible wholesale products will evolve.More...


No. 460: Indications for the replicability of NGA connections in the context of Article 61(3) of the EECC

Obtaining indications on the basis of the NGA-model as to what extent replicability of the network is possible at different access points in the context of the application of Article 61(3) EECC.More...


WIK Discussion Papers for Download free of charge

To improve the Access to our Discussion Papers and to facilitate it for you we will make them available for free as PDF-document.


Maintaining Rural Retail Networks: Best Practices Abroad and their Implications for the U.S. Postal Service

How to maintain rural retail networks? USPS Office of the Inspector General publishes white paper on “maintaining rural retail networks”. The white paper builds upon research provided by WIK-Consult to the USPS OIG.


5G – Gigabit in Unternehmen und Ansatzpunkte für Industrie 4.0

Presentation of Dr Bernd Sörries on 31 March 2020.More...


No: 459: Status quo of the switch-off of copper networks in the EU

The expansion of new FTTB/H networks creates incentives for incumbents to switch-off their copper networks and thus to exploit synergies and efficiencies. However, the switch-off may have implications for competition and consumer interests, so that regulatory...More...

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