| Chains consist of five or more projects drawn from different parts of the Programme which are mutually supporting a defined objective. They contribute to a specific result such as the achievement and dissemination of a 'guideline' or realisation of a complex demonstration, which is acknowledged to be useful to a wider community outside the ACTS Programme. Chains are formed as a need arises and are dissolved when their goals are achieved. Individual projects are frequently active in more than one chain at any given time. |
More information on the ACTS Chain Groups and Chains is available on the chains' pages in the section on ACTS Concertation.
| Broadband Access Networks: Economics and Evolution |
Generic Access to Applications (the User Perspective)
Network Level Interoperability and Management
Global Service Integration
External: Broadening of Awareness