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aTradeon RES Platform with Substantia...

aTradeon RES Platform with Substantial Growth Across the Globe

Recruiting Renewable Energy Scouting Consultants to Support Expansion Neulingen, 21 December 2011 – VisionConsult International, a global management consultancy, today announces the launch of the recruiting process for Renewable Energy Scouting Consultants. The Company operates the online trading platform aTradeon for projects from Renewable Energy Sources (RES), enabling players in the market of green energy […]

Launch of aTradeon.de due to strong r...

Launch of aTradeon.de due to strong resonance in times of energy transition in Germany

Trading platform for renewable energy projects now also available in German Neulingen, 23 September 2011 – Vision Consult International, a global management consultancy, today announced the launch of aTradeon.de. Responding to popular demand, six weeks after the successful launch of the platform aTradeon.com for renewable energy projects in English, aTradeon.de is now available in German. […]

World’s First Project Trading P...

World’s First Project Trading Platform „aTradeon“ for in the Entire Green Energy Market Launched

„aTradeon“ brings project owners and financial investors together Neulingen, 11 July 2011 – VisionConsult International, a global consulting company, today launched the world’s first online trading platform mapping projects of all renewable energy sources. The energy turnaround and the environmental protection lead worldwide to strong market dynamics in the field of green energy. In this […]

VisionConsult presents “Village...

VisionConsult presents “Village of the Future” for Roma Inclusion – High Level Event on EU Funds to Roma Integration

Global consulting company VisionConsult International takes advantage of the High Level Event on EU Funds Contribution to Roma Integration to present their “Village of the Future” project. The event in Sofia from 21 ” 22 June 2011 is organized by the European Commission. A “Village of the Future” combines modern technology with green energy, on the one hand, and locally available building material, on the other hand.

Digital Dividend: Unresolved Interfer...

Digital Dividend: Unresolved Interference Problems, Unclear Overall Economic Benefits

The digitization of terrestrial television broadcasting in Germany is in full swing. Efficient data rate reduction methods are used. The DVB-T system applied in Germany allows to transmit, instead of one TV channel, up to four channels per UHF slot with comparable quality. The frequency spectrum that becomes available in the course of digitization is called the “Digital Dividend”. The Upper House of the German Parliament (Bundesrat) decided about specific frame conditions; however, interference problems for wireless microphones, DVB-T and Cable Television, as well as the overall economic benefits remain unclear.

IPTV now reaches 20 million subscribe...

IPTV now reaches 20 million subscribers worldwide – growth slows down

Nearly 20 million households subscribed to IPTV by the end of last year. That is one third more than a year ago, but growth is considerably slower than some analysts predicted. Nevertheless, it can be said that IPTV has achieved a significant increase.

Cable Industry Revenues Exceed €18 bi...

Cable Industry Revenues Exceed €18 billion

10 million new subscriptions for digital TV, broadband internet and telephony services added in 2008 Brussels: Revenues in the European cable industry jumped more than seven per cent last year to €18.2 billion. Demand for digital television, internet broadband and telephony services grew sharply from 41 million subscriptions in 2007 to 51 million in 2008. […]

Who wins digs – VisionConsult’s...

Who wins digs – VisionConsult’s analysis of the planned wireless broadband provision to rural areas

The business case for the supply of broadband Internet rural communities via radio seems to VisionConsult to have a mere alibi function. We think this fact should be made clear to the German federal states. The reallocation of the UHF sub-band has not the goal to foster new providers “for the supply of broadband Internet to rural areas” but rather to enable the four incumbent mobile network operators – possessing already significant resources available in the GSM and UMTS frequency bands – to further develop into the broadband industries.