MTS-Uzbekistan, largest mobile operator of Uzbekistan in terms of subscribers, said on 1 February the number of its subscribers reached 3 million.
The State Committee of Uzbekistan for Demonopolisation, Support of Competition and Entrepreneurship of the Republic of Uzbekistan has approved the acquisition of 100% shares of Golden Telecom by the Russian VimpelCom.
UNDP project “Assisting the Government of Uzbekistan in the formulation and implementation of ICT for development policy” (ICTP) in cooperation with the with the Center of Training and Support of Young Programmers (CTSYP) prepared three textbooks on information technology to promote free open source software in Uzbekistan.
TTI Team Telecom International Ltd. (TTI Telecom), a global supplier of Operations Support Systems (OSS) to communications service providers, announced today that it has signed a partnership agreement with TechnoServ A/S, a large Russian company dedicated to system integration, IT services and creation of engineering facilities. Under the agreement, TechnoServ will offer TTI Telecom’s Netrac Service Assurance OSS to telecom service providers throughout Russia and the CIS.
TeliaSonera has directly and via its subsidiary Fintur closed two transactions in Eurasia, in order to streamline ownership structures and to strengthen its positions and influence in the Georgian and Uzbek markets.
The Uzbek antimonopoly commission has approved the acquisition by Vimpelcom of Golden Telecom, which has assets in the country, a source in the commission told Interfax.
MTS-Uzbekistan served over 2.8 million subscribers at the end of 2007, Mobile TeleSystems, the largest mobile phone operator in Russia and the CIS, said on 22 January.
Nokia Siemens Networks has appeared in Uzbekistan’s telecommunications market. It has opened an office in Tashkent, which is called Nokia Siemens Networks Tashkent, UzA reported.
Complex of information systems and telecommunications of the Cabinet of Ministers met in Tashkent to sum up 2007 results.