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Saturday, 14.12.2019, 00:58
Elisa, a leading telecommunication, information communication technology (ICT) and online service company in Finland, successfully completed a field trial of Nokia's XGS-PON technology, achieving the country's fastest broadband speeds. With 10Gbps symmetrical (downstream and upstream) capabilities, the use of XGS-PON will allow Elisa to cost-effectively deliver ultra-broadband access needed for new high-speed, high-quality residential and business services.
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On April 27-29 IX WHITE SQUARE International Advertising Festival, one of the leading creative events of Eastern Europe, will take place.
The LitPol Link power interconnection between Lithuania and Poland will be available for use for electricity trade between Lithuania and Sweden starting from July, Litgrid said on Tuesday LETA/BNS.
As many as 43% of participants of the Latvian real estate market believe that people’s only homes should be exempt from taxation, shows a survey conducted by the Latvian realtors’ association (LANIDA).
Simplex, an Israeli financial technology (fintech) and cybersecurity start-up, has chosen Lithuania ahead of the likes of Luxembourg, Cyprus and the UK as the location for its new global supervision and sales team, Invest Lithuania representative told BC.
Bad condition of roads in Latvia has caused difficulties to about 20 percent of population in obtaining some or other public services such as visiting a public agency or a doctor, or receiving timely emergency aid, according to the public opinion poll carried out for the Latvian association of road builders, Latvijas Celu Buvetajs citing LETA.
The listed bank LHV is about to lend the state owned company Transpordi Varahaldus OU 25 million euros for the purchase of two CRJ 900 aircraft that will be used by Nordic Aviation Group, the Estonian air carrier operating under the Nordica brand, writes LETA/BNS.