News for ICT (IT & telecommunications) market

  • Wasko to build FTTH network for Nokia's companies

    Wasko, one of the biggest Polish IT integrators, announced that it will be the contractor of FTTH networks in eight areas of the second POPC (Digital Poland Projects Centre) competition. The total value of these contracts amounts to PLN 132.1m (€31.5m). Wasko will design and build GPONs… »

  • Digital Poland: second tender completed

    On 19 May Digital Poland Projects Centre (CPPC) announced the completion of the evaluation procedure for applications for funding under the Operational Programme Digital Poland (POPC). It has been the largest tender for co-financing of telecom infrastructure in Poland from EU funds… »

  • Orange the only Polish operator to implement RLAH

    Orange Poland is the only Polish operator to comply (at least partially) with the new EU regulations, which aims at abolishing roaming charges in the EU countries starting from mid-June. Mobile operators were obliged to present new roam-like-at-home tarrifs by 15 May. Plus (Polkomtel… »

  • Magyar Telekom: TV revenues 9% up in Q1 2017

    The largest Hungarian telecommunications company, Magyar Telekom, had 984,974 TV subscribers in Q1 2017, which was 2.2% more than in the corresponding period 2016. Furthermore, the number of mobile customers amounted to 5.3m (a drop by 1.3% y-o-y), total fixed voice customers reached 1.4m (a drop… »

  • CEE: 4.5% growth in PC shipments in Q1 2017

    The delivery of traditional PCs in CEE countries in Q1 2017 rose by 4.5% in comparison to Q1 2016, according to IDC. The largest growth was recorded in the notebook market (by 11.7% y-o-y), where both consumer (+8.1% y-o-y) and commercial segments increased thanks to previous quarter backlogs and… »

  • NASK: PLN 20m net profit in 2016

    Polish Research and Academic Computer Network (NASK) generated ca. PLN 20m (€4.8m) in net profit in 2016, according to the Ministry of Digital Affairs (MC). MC plans to transform NASK into the national research institute. In comparison, net profit reached PLN 63.5m (€15.1m) in 2015, out… »

  • ATM: PLN 10m net loss in 2016

    ATM, provider of colocation, hosting and cloud computing services in Poland, generated PLN 132m (€31.4m) revenues and PLN 10m (€2.4m) net loss in 2016, reports It was mainly associated with the revaluation of the shares held in Russian company Linx Telecommunications.… »

  • Poland: 5m SIM cards drop

    Polish mobile operators had less than 52m SIM cards in Q1 2017, according to the Central Statistical Office of Poland (GUS). It was about 4.6m SIM cards less than in Q1 2016 and ca. 5.2m less than at the end of Q2 2016. This drop is mainly associated with the anti-terrorism law introduced last… »

  • F-Secure: 100,000 cyber-attacks per day in Poland

    There are about 100,000 cyber-attacks in Poland daily, according to the research conducted between Q4 2016 and Q1 2017 by F-Secure. Over 65% (65,493) of all cyber-attacks come from Russia. The runner-up is Germany, followed by Poland, the Netherlands and Belgium. These attacks are made via… »

  • T-Mobile Polska to focus on ICT services

    One of Polish biggest mobile operators, T-Mobile, plans to expand its activity in the IT sector, reports Currently, T-Mobile provides the access to the internet, IP VPN and APN services, colocation services, cloud computing, virtual PABX and intelligent network services. T-Mobile claims… »