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Central & Eastern Europe - Developing Telecoms

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Video-on-demand service launches in Poland

One of Poland’s largest telecoms operators has launched a new video-on-demand service for its subscribers. INEA’s new Wypo?yczalnia Filmów service is running on the open converged Service Delivery Platform (cSDP) from SeaChange|eventIS, which also served as systems integrator on the

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Vodafone Albania to launch 3G mobile broadband

Vodafone Albania will soon provide high-quality and high-speed broadband 3G services across the country. Albania’s leading mobile operator has chosen Nokia Siemens Networks to build its 3G network, and enhance the experience for its users and visitors roaming onto its network...

Fibre adoption in CEE leads the way in Europe

Central and Eastern European (CEE) countries lead the European ranks in terms of fibre to the home/building (FTTH/B) subscriber growth. The fastest adoption of these technologies can be observed in countries where local loop unbundling (LLU) has either not been implemented or not gained much

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EMEA PCs grow 22% in 1Q10 - IDC

In its efforts to regain momentum the portable PC market in the Europe, the Middle East and Africa has witnessed strong growth of 22% in 1Q10. The finding comes in the latest issue of IDC 's EMEA Quarterly PC Tracker...

Russia’s MTS outsources to boost network efficiency

Mobile TeleSystems (MTS) has become the first Russian operator to outsource its network operations, in a deal with Nokia Siemens Networks (NSN). The company aims to reduce its overall costs while increasing organisational flexibility, transparency and the predictability of its operational

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