Poland’s Office of Electronic Communications (UKE) has published the results of a study it undertook into DTT set-top boxes in the country.
Bundled services were received by over 2.6 million people in Poland at the end of 2011, or 23.5% more than a year, according to a new study published by the country’s Office of Electronic Communication (UKE).
The Polish Office of Electronic Communication (UKE) is to undertake tests on DTT set-top boxes to ensure they meet the necessary electromagnetic compatibility and Energy related Products (ErP) criteria.
The Polish Office of Electronic Communications (UKE) will decide in spring 2013 whether it will assume the regulation of the country’s cable industry.
Poland’s telecom market is likely to grow by up to 10% in the next one to two years, according to Magdalena Gaj, the new president of the Office of Electronic Communication (UKE).
DTT should finally get off the ground in Poland this September, a whole year after the country launched its first multiplex, albeit on a trial basis.
Moves to launch a second DTT multiplex are allegedly being held up by the country’s National Broadcasting Council (KRRiT).