PIP and DSA launch new report on spectrum sharing

Today we published a white paper in association with the Dynamic Spectrum Alliance (DSA)  that finds that new forms of spectrum sharing could enable many more people to benefit from broadband connectivity and digital services. Based on PIP’s in-depth engagements with industry and public sector stakeholders on three continents, our research uncovered a widespread interest[…]

New members of PIP Platform delivering policy impact across Africa, Europe, Middle East and LATAM

I am pleased to announce new senior advisers have joined the PIP platform providing advocacy support to an increasing number of global tech clients with interests in Africa, Europe, Middle East and Latin America. They will work closely with Mortimer Hope, Africa Lead and Sebastian Cabello, LATAM Lead and myself, in collaboration with our clients’[…]

Canada: Focus on AI Gaining Momentum

By Irene Ng Since coming into office in November 2015, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and his Liberal government have championed the need for innovation and homegrown new technology in Canada. In particular, the government has increased funding for research and development, encouraged more women entrepreneurs to join the tech sector, incentivised newcomers to set up[…]

5G developments explained by Policy Impact Partners

5G – a way to go yet

By Herman Schepers  Last week the Westminster eForum in the UK organised an event around spectrum policy and how it can help develop 5G. Much of the discussion was about the potential opportunities 5G could bring, what the industry thinks it needs and what the UK government and regulator OFCOM are doing to support a[…]