Przemek Bozek

Przemek Bozek

Mr. Przemek Bozek, a principal analyst at IHS Markit, is responsible for data transmission and infrastructure research.

Przemek’s areas of focus span products and services used for media management, managed services and data transmission. He specializes in transportation via satellite, fiber and content delivery networks, as well as the outsourcing of processes and asset monetization. In addition, he has expertise as a specialist consultant on B2B strategic decisions including M&A, fundraising and purchasing behavior, along with managing CTO-grade technical interviews on professional technology trends.

Prior to joining IHS Markit, Przemek worked as a strategy analyst at Discovery Networks, CEE consultant at OC&C Strategy Consultants and a pre-sale specialist at VMware. He is often quoted by industry publications and speaks at events and conferences about trends within the satellite, transport service, and media and entertainment industries.

Przemek holds Masters Degrees in International Applied Communications from the UK and the Netherlands as well as in Business Studies from Poland, having also graduated in Journalism and Public Relations. 

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MTN Nigeria in the firing line, again

In 2018, MTN's Nigeria unit has continued to fall foul of the Federal government of Nigeria with fines being levied against MTN by both the Attorney General's office and the Central Bank of Nigeria. On 4th September 2018, Nigeria’s Federal government via the Attorney General’s office demanded that MTN pay USD $2 billion in tax arrears on imported equipment and payments to suppliers dating back a decade. MTN Group instead responded by filing for an injunction at the High Court and pointing to its total payments of around $700 million, over this same 10-year period, to fully settle said tax arrears.

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Mobile & Telecom
Safety Challenges in Operating Drones Beyond the Visual Line of Sight (BVLOS)

There are many challenges that a service provider needs to face in order to utilize drone (UAVs) capabilities.

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Mobile, Consumer & Connected Devices Media & Advertising Mobile & Telecom
Ride hailing app Go-Jek to launch video streaming service after financial services expansion

Indonesia-based ride hailing company Go-Jek plans to launch its own online video subscription service, Go-Play. The video service will be available for daily, monthly and yearly subscriptions and the expected launch date is not disclosed yet.

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Media & Advertising Mobile & Telecom
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