The European Commission, in the Green Paper on Convergence in the Information Society, defined it as "the capacity of different platforms to transport essentially similar services, i.e. the grouping of consumer equipment such as the telephone, television, and personal computers ”. Convergence therefore concerns infrastructures for access to information and means that networks are destined to become versatile. Convergence also concerns service access infrastructures, no longer offered separately according to their uses and the techniques they require, but from a bundled offer, accessible through multifunction terminals. Convergence can finally be analyzed as the possibility of bringing together industrial players in the information society who have become complementary and technically united in the production and transmission or distribution of information, content and services: it is is the convergence of operators and industrial players.