News for ICT (IT & telecommunications) market

  • 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

    …is going to develop cybersecurity products and those related to IoT and smart cities ecosystem. Moreover, T-Mobile does not exclude further expansion of its data centre in Piaseczno. Furthermore, T-Mobile also plans to take part in ICT integration projects and provide more complex B2B solutions. »

  • UKE to start the tender for 450 MHz

    …exploring 800 MHz or 900 MHz can be awarded with 10 points for each frequency. In Poland only four mobile operators possess such frequencies. In addition, the value of network investments completed in the past three years and executing timely payments will be also very important factors for UKE. »

  • Digitisation as a risk for Polish companies

    …implementing forecasting as well as budgeting and reporting systems as a method of effective cost management. The research was conducted in enterprises with revenues reaching €100m per year in the UK, France, Germany, Spain, Italy, Belgium, Netherlands, Norway, Denmark and Poland. »

  • Orange Group opts for cloud solutions

    …its own bank services as a result of acquiring Groupama Banque. In Poland, Orange Group wants to expand the multiple fibre FTTH, which range now reaches ca. 1.6m HP. Despite the fact that the cloud STB will not be implemented soon, the operator wants to introduce the cloud PVR next year. »

  • Poles stick to pay TV

    …of pay TV subscribers in Poland will drop from 10.8m in 2016 to 10.4m in 2022. In addition, Ampere Analysis report conducted on 53,000 viewers from North America and Europe shows, that people will still opt for both pay TV and internet services as Netflix, Hulu or Amazon Prime Video. »

  • Mini PCs sales in Poland shrunk by 6.4%

    …share of mini PCs within desktops rose from 18% in Q1 2016 to 25% in Q1 2017. It is due to the fact, that mini PCs are small, relatively lightweight, while their capacities are still growing. Lenovo, HP and Intel sold respectively 78%, 47% and 8% more devices than in 2016.   »

  • Poland: printer sales dropped in Q1 2017

    …by 6% in Q1 2017, while at the same time the sales of traditional ink printers dropped by 21% in Q1 2017 compared to the corresponding period 2016. The biggest share in the sales of printing devices in Western Europe reached HP (47%), followed by Epson with 18% and Canon with 15%. »

  • CERT Poland: 32% more cyberattacks in 2016

    …new area exposed to serious security risks, because such devices remain relatively poorly protected in comparison with a traditional computer equipment . According to cautious estimates of CERT, an average daily number of infected computers in Poland reached 20,000 units in 2016. »