The Cabinet of Ministers intends to fully legalize software at the state bodies
Ukrtelecom, the largest telecommunications company in Ukraine, has invited tenders for supply of 7,320 computers.
Kharkiv-based software developer Telesens company intends to introduce the T-Interconnect mutual payment system between the operators for Kazakh Altel mobile communication operator by the end of 2010.
KM Core, a multinational investing and technology holding based in Kyiv, on September 24 opened a representative office in the United States of America
Tetiana Popova, president of the Internet Association of Ukraine, believes the market of software developers will go to “shadow” if the single tax for them grows from the current UAH 200 per month to UAH 1,000 per month.
The State Special Communications and Information Protection Service has plans to start up the integrated protected system of electronic document flow, Electronic Ukraine, in the first quarter of 2011
Vice Prime Minister for Economy Serhii Tihipko finds it possible to step up software exports to between USD 5 billion and 10 billion from USD 1 billion
Nokia Siemens Networks and OpenCloud, a leading provider of real-time Application Servers and Service Broker systems, have entered into an agreement where Nokia Siemens Networks will lead OpenCloud’s latest investment round.
The FP55 is a new generation of 5.25″ to 3.5″ drive bay bracket that is capable of accommodating two additional 2.5″ hard drives or SSDs (9.5mm thickness) in addition to a 3.5″ device or drive.
Someday, they’ll build wireless Internet into every building, just the way they build in running water, heat and electricity today. Someday, we won’t have to drive around town looking for a coffee shop when we need to check our e-mail.