The European Union has announced the selection of ten new projects to receive €50 million in funding under the Connecting Europe Facility (CEF Digital) program. This funding, focusing on ‘5G for Smart Communities,’ covers several notable private 5G initiatives, including the first smart 5G port in Croatia.
The project “Enhancing public services of Ploce Port Authority via implementing 5G connectivity” carried out by the Port Authority of Ploče and Markoja has been selected by the European Commission for co-financing in the amount of 958,125 euros under the second round of CEF Digital call for the deployment of a secure, protected, and sustainable 5G network in the Member States.
In a significant move to enhance digital connectivity across the EU, the European Commission has approved funding for 42 projects out of 69 proposals in the second round of calls under the Connecting Europe Facility program.
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With this investment, Optix Infrastructure will bring ultra-fast internet to more than 200,000 currently underserved households, the company confirmed to Lider Media.
The innovative wooden communication tower has sprung up in Slavonia, marking the beginning of a revolution in terms of eco-friendly telecom infrastructure in the Republic of Croatia.
Croatian state-owned telecom services provider OIV – Digital Signals and Networks launched earlier this May in trial operation its first private 5G network at the factory of the manufacturer of cleanroom systems, ventilation, and air conditioning equipment Klimaoprema in Nova Gradiška.
Google’s parent company Alphabet is preparing the acquisition of the Croatian startup Photomath, the creator of the eponymous math learning app , which has recorded almost 300 million downloads.
Telemach has achieved near-national 5G coverage with its 1,200 upgraded base stations, while HT expanded its 5G reach to more than 50 percent of the population by the end of 2021.
IE-Energy, a startup company based in Rijeka, received approval for a subsidy of 19.8 million euros for the project to build an electrical energy storage system at the grid level.