Paris, 5 June 2018
For the second year in a row, Arcep is publishing its report on the "state of the internet in France". Submitted to Parliament, this report focuses on the different components of fixed and mobile internet networks: quality of service, interconnection, the transition to IPv6, net neutrality and the openness of devices are all put under the microscope. Based on the idea of "a complete check-up," Arcep delivers a "diagnosis" of the year gone by, and identifies the "shock therapies" or "preventive medicine" that need to be employed. The goal: to ensure that the network of networks that is the internet remains an inclusive public resource.
Sophie Beaudouin-Hubière, Deputy and Vice-president of the National Assembly's Economic Affairs Committee, will be introducing the public presentation of the report today
Arcep's teams will be presenting the findings of this work to the press and market experts, in the form of a health check-up, with special guest, Sophie Beaudouin-Hubière, Deputy and Vice-president of the National Assembly's Economic Affairs Committee. After the presentation, the teams will be available to answer any technical questions or questions about their working methods.
Arcep gives the internet in France in 2018 a complete check-up
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• The state of the Internet in France (pdf - 10.10 Mo) (in English) / Version Française (pdf - 10.45 Mo)
• English version of the summary (pdf - 1.13 Mo) / Version Française (pdf - 1.15 Mo)
• Report diagrams (zip - 8.23 Mo) (in French, English version to follow)
• Report slideshow (pdf - 4.19 Mo) (in French)
• "Everything you need to know about net neutrality debates" (pdf - 1.25 Mo) / Version française (pdf - 1.32 Mo)
• Listen to the presentations and key notes of the press conference (in French only)
• Smartphones, tablets, voice assistants… Devices: the weak link in open internet access (pdf - 338 Ko) / Version Française (pdf - 3.09 Mo)
• The Comic Strip (pdf - 1.77 Mo) / Version Française (pdf - 1.83 Mo)