News for ICT (IT & telecommunications) market

  • 33 CEE companies among the 500 fastest-growing technology companies in EMEA

    The Deloitte Technology Fast 500 EMEA program is an industry ranking that recognizes the fastest-growing technology companies in Europe, the Middle East, and Africa (EMEA) during the past four years. The Deloitte Technology Fast 500 EMEA program in 2016 included 28 countries and growth rates from… »

  • Orange Polska with the fastest fibre broadband in the country

    In October, each Polish 4G LTE customer used on average 3.57 GB, while this figure amounted to 93.23 GB for the fibre technology. The difference is huge and proves that while mobile internet is gaining popularity in Poland, cable technology is used more widely. According to the latest speed test… »

  • MCI to take control over Polish data centre operator ATM

    The largest shareholders of ATM - MCI.Private Ventures and ATP FIZ AN - signed an agreement that allows MCI to take control over the largest Polish data centre operator. Owing to the agreement, MCI.PV also obtained a pre-emption right for ATP, a fund belonging to Tadeusz Czichon (a co-founder and… »

  • Indata: net profit lower by 50%

    After the nine months of 2016 net profit of Indata (Polish group of IT companies) is twice lower than a year earlier, while sales revenues are twice higher. However, the company states that due to the significant changes in the group the results from 2015 and 2016 should not be compared. The… »

  • 2.48 million VOD users in Russia in 2016

    According to Digital TV Research, there will be 1.75 million VOD subscribers in Poland at the end of this year. This puts Poland among the leaders in the CEE region, led by Russia with 2.48 million VOD users. By 2021 the number of Poles who pay every month or every few months for access to VOD… »

  • NMHH: Magyar Telekom violates net neutrality

    The Hungarian regulator NMHH imposed net neutrality rules on the country’s largest fixed and mobile operator Magyar Telekom. NMHH states it ordered the telco to cease ‘zero rating’ selected OTT internet video services for its mobile users. The ruling covers the MT’s… »

  • Equinix acquiring 29 data centre facilites from Verizon

    Paweł Olszynka,
    Head IT&Telecoms Analyst, PMR

    Equinix, the biggest commercial data centre services provider, which also has its assets in Poland and Bulgaria, has just announced it has entered into a definitive agreement to purchase a portfolio of 24 data centre sites and their operations from Verizon Communications Inc. for a total of $3.6… »

  • Polish with Tier-4 data centre

    On 8 November, Polish data centre provider announced that its Data Center 2 in Poznan was awarded the Rated-4/Tier-4* compliance verification certificate based on the requirements of the ANSI/TIA-942. Rating 4 is the highest standard of data centre certification, and Poznan-based facility… »

  • B2B sector has a 23% share in P4's revenues from customers

    Between the first quarter of 2015 and the third quarter of 2016, P4 (Polish mobile operator) sales revenues from services in the B2C segment increased by over 111%. This means that revenues in B2C grow six times faster than the total revenues of the operator. In Q3 2016, P4’s revenues from… »

  • Romania with the lowest internet penetration in CEE

    The internet penetration reaches 86% in Estonia, 75% in the Czech Republic and 74% in Poland, according to the research conducted by Gemius. The research agency compared the popularity of the internet in 12 countries of the Central and Eastern Europe, taking into account the traffic on personal… »