News for ICT (IT & telecommunications) market

  • Consortium of companies will build data centers for Polish army

    Ministerial Centre for Management of Networks and ICT Services (RCZSiUT) (a subordinate to the Ministry of National Defence, which provides telecom services for military institutions in Poland), will implement the project "Construction and implementation of data centers, processing centers and… »

  • Nordisk Polska: CDMA 450 MHz for emergency response teams

    Nordisk, the subsidiary of Polish mobile operator Polkomtel (part of Cyfrowy Polsat Group), started providing services in CDMA technology at 450 MHz frequency for Pomeranian Regional Office. Nordisk will provide digital dispatch communications services. Under the agreement, Nordisk completed the… »

  • The number of SIM cards in Poland fall by 2.5m in H2 2016

    The number of SIM cards in Poland decreased by 1.494 million in the fourth quarter of 2016, according to the data published by the Central Statistical Office. At the end of December, telecom operators had 54.74m SIM cards in their bases, as compared to 56.23m at the end of September and 57.17m at… »

  • Polish state-owned company to acquire Exatel

    In May 2016, Polska Grupa Energetyczna (PGE) and Polska Grupa Zbrojeniowa (PGZ), Polish state-owned company, subordinate to the Ministry of National Defence, signed a letter of intent announcing a change of the ownership of Exatel, one of the major data transmission and line rental operators in… »

  • MCI requested for an approval of acquisition of ATM

    Office of Competition and Consumer Protection in Poland informed that MCI.PrivateVentures FIZ, a subsidiary of MCI Capital SA, requested for an approval of the acquisition of ATM (the owner of Atman data center). In November 2016, MCI signed an agreement with ATP FIZ AN (a fund belonging to… »

  • Polish telco Netia with new services

    Netia, Polish telecom operator, started providing a test internet access service with the speeds of 900 Mbps in selected locations, including Lodz, Bialystok, Szczecin, Krakow, Tychy, Ruda Slaska, Bielsko-Biala, Rybnik, Zabrze, Wroclaw. The coverage will be further increased in the future. The new… »

  • IT salaries continue to grow in Poland

    There is a growing demand for contract IT staff in Poland, according to the report by Hays Poland. On the other hand, the problems with employing skilled IT developers result in the development of outsourcing services. Hays believes that the number of employees preferring a contract over an… »

  • Small companies not willing to invest in new technologies

    "Connected Small Business Report 2016" conducted in the US in November 2016 among 304 small companies (employing less than 100 people) for Salesforce shows that the technology gap between small and medium-sized & large companies is widening. Similar conclusions can be drawn from the… »

  • T-Mobile Poland with 10,370 base stations

    T-Mobile Poland, part of Deutsche Telekom Group, has recently published a presentation summarizing its operations in 2016. At the end of 2016, T-Mobile had 10,370 base stations, including 7,000 operating in the LTE1800 network (a growth by 380 in 2016), 2,100 in the LTE800/2600 network (all of them… »

  • ranked among Poland’s top three data centre providers

    Paweł Olszynka,
    Head IT&Telecoms Analyst, PMR

      Last week PMR visited the newest data centre of – Data Center 2. The company's first data centre, offering a net floor space of 384 m², was constructed in Poznan in 2007. It is located in the city centre, in the underground (Level -2) of the shopping centre… »