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Saturday, 01.10.2016, 21:57
The technology giant Apple wanted to set up a server park costing up to a billion euros in the northwestern Estonian town of Paldiski three years ago but gave up the plan due to high electricity prices and inertia of Estonian officials, the weekly Eesti Ekspress information writes LETA.
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The University of Latvia has received another donation worth EUR 1 million from Mikrotikls company, manufacturer and distributor of telecommunications systems, BC learned from the university.
Apple's new iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 plus smart-phones go on sale in Latvia from today, informs LETA.
The EU scrapped Wednesday a 90-day limit to its landmark free mobile phone roaming policy, promising checks to curb abuse after the initial plan ran into fierce criticism, reports LETA.
The next generation 5G technology will reach users faster than it is thought today, the new chief executive officer of the Lithuanian and Latvian mobile communications group Bite says, adding that with mobile data consumption growing, 5G will help to internetwork various devices and will open up new possibilities for customers, reports LETA/BNS.
The Starman Group company Cgates has acquired the Lithuanian television and internet service provider TPG, thus continuing the implementation of the Starman Group strategy centering on organic growth and acquisitions in Lithuania, informs LETA/BNS.
It is no secret that the Baltic States represent a “trendy” destination for multinational companies to set-up shared service centers (SSCs).