‘TSMC considers Germany for its first European chip plant’
TSMC is considering the construction of its first European chip manufacturing factory, which bodes well for the prospective host country, Germany.
TSMC CEO Wei stated that the business is engaging with European customers and partners to examine the prospect of developing a fabrication site durin... Read more
EU presents final text of NIS2 directive
The European Union recently published the final text of the updated Network and Information Security (NIS2) Directive. The directive, which will enter into force in three weeks, requires companies belonging to critical infrastructure to implement certain security measures.
The improved NIS direc... Read more
Europe needs ‘unwavering unity’ against China and US in space
French Economy minister Bruno Le Maire stated that Europe must stand together to compete with China and the US in space.
According to Le Maire, Europe has to increase its strategic autonomy in order to challenge countries like the United States and China.
The minister said that governments ne... Read more
Amazon escapes €1.1 billion fine
Amazon escaped a €1.1 billion fine for abuse of power in Italy.
The fine was imposed in December 2021, but Amazon appealed. After months of proceedings, the judges reached a new conclusion. Judicial institution TAR del Lazio recently announced that the penalty is off the table, allowing Amazo... Read more
Europe’s 5G rollout is trailing South Korea, Japan, and the US
According to an industry report, Europe is lagging behind global leaders in 5G adoption due to growing costs and the conflict in Ukraine.
As presented by a survey conducted by the GSMA, a mobile industry lobbying group, 5G network coverage in Europe is expected to reach 70% by 2025, up from 47% ... Read more
UK to boost Gigabit broadband by improving infrastructure access
As a part of the 'mini-budget', the UK government is all set to help telecom operators with the usage of utility poles on private property in an attempt to bring high-speed broadband internet connectivity up across the country.
The mini-budget was partly established to tackle the increasing cost... Read more
EU launches satellite-based Quantum Key Distribution system
Twenty European countries are partnering with the European Space Agency to develop Eagle-1, a satellite that provides a Quantum Key Distribution (QKD) system to improve cybersecurity throughout Europe.
The increase in digitization has elevated the need for data privacy to prevent data breaches.... Read more
Romanian developers excel in programming languages favored overseas
Romanian IT professionals have a wealth of experience in Python and other programming languages favored among Silicon Valley startups.
Romania has emerged as one of the best European countries to find talent in recent years. Expertise has led local IT professionals to excel in Python and other p... Read more
Google makes Workspace Individual available in Europe
The software suite aims to help one-person businesses adopt large business tech capabilities.
Google is releasing its Workspace Individual subscription plan in Europe. The release comes more than a year after brining the service to other markets.
Workspace is Google’s productivity and colla... Read more
Akamai repels enormous DDoS attack on European target
Akamai repelled one of the largest DDoS attacks in European history. Cybercriminals attacked a company with 660 million packets per second (Mpps) and 854 Gbps of data during a 14-hour peak.
According to Akamai, the target company suffered a constant DDoS attack for 30 days. Traffic peaked on 21 ... Read more