Romania - Fixed Broadband and Digital Economy - Statistics and Analyses
Romania's broadband market benefits from effective infrastructure-based competition. Broadband platforms include widely accessible cable, micro LANs, DSL, wireless and fibre. The country's fibre sector has become one of the strongest in Europe in recent years, with a rapidly growing share of the fixed-line broadband market by subscriber lines. As a result, the country has one of the highest FttP penetration rates in the region, with about two-thirds of connections offering data above 100Mb/s.
Increasing broadband take up is fostering the development of Romania's internet society, encompassing e-commerce, e-government and e-health.
This report provides insights into Romania's growing broadband market, covering technologies, the major players and market developments. Market analyses are supported by variety of statistics on fixed broadband penetration.
Vodafone enters into talks with Telekom Romania to gain access to the latter's fixed-line network; Average broadband download speed broaches 100Mb/s; Orange Romania expanding 1Gb/s FttP offering; UPC Romania and RCS&RDS launch free shared Wi-Fi network for subscribers; Telekom Romania launches 1Gb/s FttP service; RoNet rural broadband program delayed due to funding issues; UPC expands reach of its 500Mb/s broadband service; regulator raises 682 million at spectrum auction; government secures 84 million EU funding to extend broadband to unconnected areas of the country; report update includes the regulator's market data to June 2017, telco's operating and financial data to Q3 2017, recent market developments.
Companies mentioned in this report:
UPC Romania, RCS&RDS, Telekom Romania.
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