PCs in almost 40 per cent of households

According to the survey of the Institute for Strategic Studies and Prognoses (ISSP) 38.3 per cent of households in Montenegro possess PCs, one in two of them uses the internet and 91.7 per cent of the total population have the ... More

Oracle sees 83 percent increase in sales

American software company Oracle announced that in the interval between June and August saw 83 percent increase in sales on EMEA region (Europe, Middle Orient and Africa) compared to the similar period of last year. The company ... More

Endava purchases Alfa Global Solutions

British company Endava, active in IT services, purchased the Romanian company Alfa Global Solutions AFG specialized in business software. Endava already operates in Romania at Bucharest and Cluj and also in Moldova and ... More

ENI, GAZPROM to build new Gas Pipeline in Turkey

Gazprom, the Russian gas monopoly, and Eni, the Italian oil and gas company, will commit to set up a joint-venture company for building and managing a gas pipeline to pass through Turkey, in an agreement they will sign on October ... More

Infofest in Budva

The festival of information achievements - Infofest, shall be opened next Sunday in Budva and shall last till September 30. Participation of 42 major foreign and domestic companies in this field is expected, such as Microsoft, ... More

Siemens Supplies T-Com

TV of the future arrived in Croatia with the IPTV solution from Siemens Communications, 'Croatia Today' reports. With a broadband connection and set-top box, people there can benefit from the comprehensive "MAXtv" offer made ... More

RomTelecom to enter TV satellite market in 2007

RomTelecom plans to enter the TV satellite services segment by the beginning of 2007, said the company’s executive director Georgios Argentopoulos. RomTelecom had in the first semester of this year an income of EUR 440 ... More

Globul launches i-mode in Bulgaria

Globul, the Bulgarian wireless telecom operator, Monday launched the i-mode Internet service for cellular phones. The service, rolled out in close cooperation with Globul's Greek parent company Cosmote and Japan's NNT DoCoMo, ... More

EUR 350 M IT exports in 2006

The first project of the 2006-2009 IT export branding strategy was released yesterday, with a fierce export growth rate in the sector. The growth rate of IT Romanian exports of 25 per cent will be the highest among all other ... More

First WIMAX network in Greece by end of October

Canada’s Craig Wireless will build the first commercial WiMax network in Greece thanks to an agreement with UniNortel, a joint venture between Nortel and Unisystems. The new network will provide high-speed connection ... More

Turkey targets Informatics Industry

CeBIT Eurasia Informatics gave both techies and businessmen a glimpse into the future of informatics, the science and practice of information processing, and its future prospects for Turkey on Tuesday. An informatics summit ... More

350 New Products exhibited in CEBIT

The CeBIT Bilisim Eurasia information technology fair opens today in Istanbul with 350 new international products and projects ready for the public. The fair will host over 900 participants and nearly 150,000 visitors from ... More

Turkey Among Microsoft's 5 Fastest Growing Countries

Microsoft Turkey held a meeting to evaluate 2005 and introduce their new products with the press and business partners in Antalya, a tourism center. Microsoft Turkey General Director Caglayan Arkan announced the company ... More

CEBIT technology fair target competitiveness

Turkey's annual information technology fair, CeBIT Bilisim Eurasia, this year aims to attract a diverse crowd into the e-society debate, especially concerning the use of Internet technologies in government. CeBIT Bilisim Eurasia ... More

"Sinergija 06" to be held in October at Novi Sad Fair

General manager of "Microsoft software", Dejan Cvetković, announced that the biggest conference of information technology in southeast Europe - "Sinergija 06" would be held in Congress center of the Novi Sad Fair from ... More

Mentor Gaming To Open CEE Subsidiary In Romania

Romania is the first country in Central and Eastern Europe to host a subsidiary of Mentor Gaming, a company specialized in developing software for online casinos. The subsidiary is intended to become the core of the company's ... More

Bulgaria Internet Usage at EU's standards

Every third Bulgarian makes regular use of the Internet, according to a report on information society in Bulgaria. The survey prepared by the state-run IT and Communications Agency revealed the country keeps abreast of the ... More

Orange Launches SIM Wallet

Mobile telephony operator Orange Romania launched the SIM Wallet service, which allows their customers to save data from the mobile phone on the Orange server. The service can be activated for a monthly subscription of $0.5 only ... More

Profile Opens Office In Bucharest

Financial and business software producer Profile opened a new office in Bucharest. Leaders of the Risk Management and Market Shares/Operations departments took part to the event, together with the management of the 40 banking ... More

Computer games market to exceed 6 million euros in Romanian

The Romanian computer games market will exceed 6 million euros this year, according to specialists in the field. Best Distribution's general manager Michael Allardin says that in 2005 the cashing amounted to 4-5 million euros, ... More