Reksoft, member of Technoserv Group, was nominated in two categories for best solution and went on to win both projects. Reksoft’s project to create a test suite for the bank VTB 24 was voted best communications and services solution, and another project aimed at improving the management of the bank’s financial limits system also won plaudits for Reksoft’s innovative approach.
Three students from St. Petersburg State University have won the 38th Association for Computing Machinery International Collegiate Programming Contest (ACM ICPC), sponsored by IBM. This is the second year in a row that a team from St. Petersburg has taken top honors in the competition and marks the seventh win for a Russian team since 2004.
Facebook has paid Russian hackers $150,000 over the last year for discovering a number of vulnerabilities in the social network as part of its Bug Bounty program, mail.ru reports quoting a signed by the company’s leading engineer, Colin Greene.
Russian startup Oriense, which has developed a system to aid the blind and visually impaired, was among the top three startups in the world at the finals of the international StartUp Cup competition, held in Yerevan, Armenia on Mar. 6.
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 bee