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EU vision for 2030 digital transformation outlined

EU vision for 2030 digital transformation outlined (via Qpute.com)


Specific objectives proposed under the ‘digital compass’ 2030 plans include for all European households to have access to a Gigabit network, and for 5G connectivity to be accessible in all populated areas.

The Commission has also set the proposed target of doubling the number of European ‘unicorns’ – billion dollar worth companies – from the current level of 122, and for 75% of European businesses to have taken up cloud computing services, big data and artificial intelligence (AI). Currently just 26% of European businesses are estimated as having adopted cloud solutions, with a quarter estimated to use AI and just 14% using big data.

The Commission has also set its sights on Europe being “at the cutting edge of quantum capabilities by 2030”, on guaranteeing access to data services with low latency wherever businesses are located in the EU, and on increasing European companies’ share of the “cutting-edge and sustainable semiconductors” market, including processors, to at least 20% of world production in terms of value by the end of the decade


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