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Poland hosts second MoQos conference

Wednesday 13 June 2018 | 17:27 CET | News
Austrian company Specure, offering internet service quality measurement tool Nettest, organised the second stakeholder conference of the MoQos (Measurement of Quality of Service) project in Sopot, Poland on 12 June, as a follow-up of the first stakeholder conference in Vienna in December 2017. The project partners include the Czech domain registry CZ.NIC as the project's coordinator and the Austrian company Specure as the project's technology partner. 

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Categories: Internet
Companies: CZ.NIC / Ratel / RTR / Specure
Countries: Poland
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