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Best Ukrainian VPS Internet Future 


After the annual European Alpbach forum in September 2016 – an event made up of European leaders tasked with discussing Europe’s digital economy – plans were drafted to roll out an investment worth between $670 to $780 billion to further develop Europe’s digital economy.

The countries who made it to the top of the list to receive this investment in digital infrastructure are Ukraine, Switzerland, as well as the Western Balkans. Investment in this part of the pan-European digital infrastructure will allow Europe as a whole to catch up to the United States and China, according to European Union commissioner Guenther Oettinger.

Ukraine will be the very first country to join the EU digital community through this aid, which will be used to develop fiber-optic networks in addition to next-generation 5G wireless applications. So how does this all relate to the Ukraine hosting industry?

It means technology companies and outside corporations will see Ukraine as the next Holland or Denmark, with which additional investments will inevitably follow. This will do nothing but help the current state of Ukraine web hosting, and the users who choose to opt for a Ukraine hosting provider will also benefit.

Ukrainian Current Digital Infratructure


While Ukraine’s internet infrastructure is steadily growing, it was negatively impacted by the global financial crisis that occurred ten years ago. The current economic turmoil caused by the Russian conflict is also not helping. The majority of Ukraine’s internet access is made available through broadband services, which is made up of thousands of national, regional, and local ISP providers, although their services are mostly limited to cities and larger areas.

Regardless, the state of the internet in Ukraine is growing in a positive direction, as evident by the following facts:

– A 2011 study found that Ukraine ranked in 9th place for being one of the “Top 10 Internet Countries in Europe” with a penetration rate of 33.9%, which grew to 36.8% a year later in 2012 and up to 49.26% in 2015.

– Money spent in the online retailing space surpassed $2 billion in 2011. In 2012, that amount more than doubled by exceeding $4 billion. Ukrainian’s use the internet similarly to the citizens of leading countries in Europe and the United States, but are hampered by ongoing economic constraints.

– A 2011 internet speed test conducted by Akamai ranked Ukraine in 8th placed for having the world’s fastest average internet access.

If you’re not confident in the current state of Ukraine’s internet infrastructure, we guarantee that you will be eventually. Much like Germany, Bulgaria, and others, Ukraine is in the middle of adding and re-building its infrastructure to catch up to Western countries.

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