SmartLabs, a leader in the development of service delivery platforms for interactive digital television (IPTV, hybrid, OTT TV), client applications and user interfaces, STBs and other innovative solutions for telecom operators and business has been shortlisted for the TV Connect Industry Awards 2014 in the Best Service Delivery Platform for IPTV & OTT TV category.
Artezio has announced that it has opened a Python development department in Nizhniy Novgorod, Russia. The department will be engaged in web development solutions, web services, as well as data processing and cloud computing.
Python, a widely used general-purpose, high-level programming language, is used by numerous international companies to build services. Python allows for considerably acceleration of the development of web-focused apps and business solutions.
A Russian software design company plans to sell its new e-voting platform service to European municipalities at a cost of 1 euro ($1.36) per voter, per year. “We have developed and will soon start selling a DDaaS (digital democracy as a service) solution,” said Leonid Volkov, the founder of Projector Ventures and co-author of Cloud Democracy, a foundation book on the use of IT in politics.
Volkov was previously the top manager at SKB Kontur and a local councilor.
EPAM Systems, a leading provider of complex software engineering solutions and a leader in Central and Eastern European IT service delivery, has been ranked as one of the “star performers” in the 2013 ITO in Capital Markets Service Provider Landscape and PEAK Report by Everest Group.
Russia’s Federal Antimonopoly Service (FAS) has authorized the purchase by Sistema Telecom Assets (part of the Sistema group) of a 38.75 percent stake in NVision Group, according to materials published by the agency, reports Digit.ru.
NVision Group is a developer and supplier of ICT solutions and services, including cloud services. and is one of Russia’s largest IT companies. At the end of fiscal year 2012, turnover at NVision Group totaled 59 billion rubles ($1.8 billion). NVision Group ranked third in the Digit.ru ratings of the largest Russian IT companies in 2012.