News for ICT (IT & telecommunications) market

  • Public administration in Poland to hire IT specialists

    The public sector in Poland will implement IT projects using their own or hired IT specialists, rather than outsource the whole projects to IT companies, believes Puls Biznesu. It is suggested by recent tenders for IT body leasing announced by state entities. The largest one was announced by Center… »

  • Consolidation of Polish hosting market continues

    H88 (the company created through the merger of several large hosting companies) acquired Active24.pl and strengthened its position as the second largest company in the domain market in Poland. The financial terms of the agreement were not disclosed. Active24.pl is part of an international group,… »

  • Mobile segment accounts for 3.2% of Poland's GDP

    The mobile sector in Poland accounts for as much as 3.2% of Polish GDP, according to data from report conducted by PwC for Polish Chamber of Information Technology and Telecommunications (PIIT). PwC looks at the development of mobile technology, which combines with the spread of mobile devices… »

  • Orange Polska: PLN 1.75bn net loss in 2016

    At the end of 2016, Orange Polska had almost 16m active SIM cards, about 404,000 less than at the end of the third quarter 2016. At the same time, the number of mobile RGUs grew by 0.6% y-o-y, from 15,906 thousand to 15,990 thousand. The slight increase in RGUs resulted from a growth in the… »

  • Netflix reaches 1.7% of Polish internet users on PCs

    2016 was the first year of Netflix presence on the Polish VoD market. The service is still not very popular in Poland, with its website reaching 1.7% of all internet users. In January 2016, Netflix website was visited by almost 338,000 Polish internet users on PCs, which accounted for 1.5% of the… »

  • Polish companies spending more on new technologies

    According to IDC’s preliminary estimates, a significant decline in IT investment was observed in Poland in 2016. Last year, the sales of solutions based on traditional infrastructure (PC, mass storage and servers) decreased by 20.5%. Companies reduced their spending on desktop computers (by… »

  • Poland home to the highest number of IoT resellers in CEE

    Only 8% of EMEA resellers are offering IoT resale or services, according to a report by compuBase. The market watcher's research compares the number of partners who claim to offer IoT services or solutions with other IT resellers in the compuBase. The current database for EMEA contains at least… »

  • Slovak Eset opens new development centers in Brno and Zilina

    Eset, Slovak-based anti-malware company, opens new development centers in Brno (Czech Republic) and Zilina (Slovakia). Earlier this year, the company opened new R&D centers in Romanian Iasi and Montreal. The company stated that it chose the center in Brno because of its geographical… »

  • Brno-based Simplity to expand its number of employees by 50%

    Simplity, Brno-based company that focuses on data analysis, data warehousing and managing corporate information, plans to expand its number of employees from 100 to more than 150 this year. Last year, the company hired 30 new employees. Simplity also works for customers in most EU countries and in… »

  • Vodafone Romania with 9.45m customers

    Vodafone Romania generated €178.7m in sales revenues for the financial quarter ended 31 December in 2016, which means an increase by 2.8% compared to the corresponding period of 2015. The company’s mobile ARPU stood at €6.2 during the reporting period. The operator cutomer… »