PSI2 : The Impact of Spectrum Options on Device Availability
Thursday, 21 November 2013 14:15 - 15:45
Margit works on global policies on important issues for Nokia Siemens Networks and shares them with opinion formers and influencers. She also represents Nokia Siemens Networks in a number of trade associations such as Digital Europe where she currently serves as Vice Chair for their Digital Economy Policy Group and as chair for their Market Regulation group. Until 2010 she worked closely with the EU constituencies as Nokia Siemens Networks’ Brussels representative. Until the merger of Nokia Networks and Siemens Networks she used to be Vice President EU Affairs for Siemens responsible for governmental affairs in the information and communication technology field.
As a lawyer for the Austrian telecommunications regulatory authority she dealt with issues like licensing, interconnection, unbundling and numbering issues. She handled dispute cases and helped the authority’s judges in preparing the cases for final decision making. M
argit Brandl is a 1998 graduate of Karl-Franzens-University, Graz, Austria, with a Ph.D. degree in Law (2001). She also taught law and informatics at the law faculty of the University Graz, Austria. In her spare time she likes to take pictures and regularly exhibits her work.