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2 July 2014
Worldwide Big Data Technology and Services - 2012-2015 Forecast

The study examines the Big Data technology and services market for the period from 2010 to 2015. Worldwide market sizing is provided for 2010, and a five-year growthforecast for this market is shown for 2011–2015. The Big...[more]

2 July 2014
Communication on data-driven innovation

The European Council's conclusions of October 2013 focused on the digital economy, innovation and services as drivers for growth and jobs. They called for EU action to provide the right framework conditions for a single market...[more]

1 July 2014
Horizon 2020: How to apply?

How to apply for funding in the framework of the program for research and innovation Horizon 2020? Watch this video with subtitles in 23 languages.[more]

1 July 2014
Big Data Analytics - An assessment of demand for labour and skills, 2012-2017

Despite the existence of many reports setting out the state of big data developments, there remains no single, internationally recognised definition of ‘big data’ and no ‘operational’ definition that can...[more]

1 July 2014
Roaming in Europe, cheaper and cheaper

From 1 July 2014, the EU will cut the price caps for #Roaming. Data downloads will be 55% cheaper: down from 45 cents per megabyte to 20c/MB. You will spend less money: using maps, watching videos, checking mails and updating...[more]

1 July 2014
Electronics: Europe is open for business

Launch electronics Public-Private Partnership – ECSEL, Brussels, 30 June 2014[more]

1 July 2014
€5 billion public-private partnership on electronics launched by European Commission

The European Commission today launched a €5 billion public-private partnership - ECSEL - to boost Europe’s electronics design and manufacturing capabilities. This initiative is the core of the Electronics Strategy for...[more]

1 July 2014
New business opportunities with electronics

Electronics is everywhere: from mobile phones to cars to medical devices. It is also the core business of many successful spin-offs involved in EU-funded projects. This background memo describes some of these spin-offs.[more]

1 July 2014
e-SENS: building a #ConnectedContinent

e-SENS - European Simple Electronic Networked Services is a large-scale cross-border pilot project (LSP) in the area of digital public services (eGovernment) that has been active since April 2013. e-SENS encompasses all previous...[more]

30 June 2014
Day 4 Graphene Week : Scientific contribution rewarded - more video interviews of presentations given

Sandra Šopić, Johannes Jobst, André Dankert, and Zhenyuan Xia were the four individuals who produced the best posters, chosen from more than 400 posters presented over four afternoons during Graphene Week...[more]