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European Internet Sovereignty – BaseN Chairman Julf Helsingius opening the Finnish Internet Forum anniversary event

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Mr. Johan Helsingius, Chairman of the Board of BaseN, will open the Finnish Internet Forum Seminar on June 6th at Helsinki’s pikkuparlamentti. This year marks the 10th anniversary of the annual seminar.

The Finnish Internet Forum is a national multi-stakeholder process which discusses Internet-related issues. Its organizers hold an annual meeting and some smaller events throughout the year.

This year’s seminar will cover speeches such as “The role and regulation of internet in the EU” by Harri Pursiainen, Ministry of Transport and Communications and “The future of internet from the Commission’s perspective and the impact of new EU regulation” by TBA European Comission. Further, a panel discussion will be held to confer on the EU’s digital single market in the era of AI.

The seminar will be concluded by Mr. Helsingius and Mr. Yrjö Länsipuro giving and overview of the past 10 years and the near future: FIF and Internet.

About BaseN

BaseN, the global Full Stack IoT Operator, provides an inherently scalable computing Platform for hosting billions of spimes, the core objects of the Internet of Things. Spime is the permanent logical brain and memory of any physical Thing. BaseN currently handles close to one million spime transactions per second, and enables the transformation from physical products to intelligent services in any industry. Since BaseN’s establishment in 2001, its powerful Platform has served telecom operators and large multinational enterprises with extreme-scale and fault-tolerant network and service management systems, and now enables them to roll out entirely new Internet of Things services www.basen.net.

About FIF

Finnish Internet Forum is a national multi-stakeholder process which discusses Internet-related issues. Its organizers hold an annual meeting and some smaller events throughout the year. The Internet forms a part of the daily life in Finland. Even those who do not use it hands-on depend on it, as the functioning of the entire society relies upon it to an increasing extent.

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