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Society for Electronic Communications
Type: Operators
Region: Bulgaria
Technology: DSLCableFTTxMobileWLANSatellite


Society for Electronic Communications is an industry organization of the alternative telecom operators in Bulgaria.

SEC has a mission to establish and further develop non-discriminatory and fair competitive market in the field of electronic communications (electronic communications market.).

SEC actively defend networks neutrality and consumers' rights to free and full access to the Internet and to all the achievements of technical progress in communications.

SEC members are the representatives of all the leading alternative operators in Bulgaria. The activities of the organization are concentrated in the field of telephone services, broadband Internet access and Internet services as a whole, WIMAX technology, cable TV, IPTV, high speed data transfer and etc.


Mobitel
Type: Operators
Region: Slovenia
Technology: Mobile


Intracom Telecom
Type: OperatorsService providers
Region: BulgariaGreeceFYROMOther
Technology: CableFTTxWLAN

Intracom Telecom is a global telecommunication systems vendor operating for over 35 years in the market. The company invests significantly in developing cutting-edge products and solutions while exploiting its advanced in-house R&D center. Over 100 customers in more than 70 countries choose Intracom Telecom for its state-of-the-art offerings. The company’s clientele consists of fixed & mobile telecom operators, public authorities and large enterprises. Intracom Telecom’s major shareholders are Intracom Holdings and Sitronics.

Intracom Telecom has been innovating in the wireless access and transmission field for over 15 years, having successfully developed and deployed point-to-point and point-to-multipoint systems with numerous operators in Europe, the Middle East, Russia & the CIS, Asia, Africa and Latin America.


Si.mobil
Type: Operators
Region: Slovenia
Technology: Mobile

Si.mobil is a successful telecommunications company, which puts the customer at the forefront of its activities. Providing the best customer experience is the driving force behind everything we do. It is the very foundation of our development and strategic planning. Our customers can take advantage of our portfolio, comprising a broad range of friendly and flexible services, ensuring that everyone can find the perfect match.

Si.mobil launched operations as the first privately owned mobile operator in March 1999. The entry into the then monopoly on the telecommunications market was the catalyst for encouraging competition. The prices of mobile services gradually began to come down, while the quality of consumers' options began to rise, and mobile telephone services became available to the broadest range of users.

Si.mobil was the first Slovenian mobile operator to offer users GPRS, WAP, and MMS. We were one of the first in Europe to use EDGE technology for fast data transfer, later upgrading our service with UMTS/HSDPA broadband technology. In 2012, Si.mobil became the first in Slovenia to commercially offer services over an LTE network.


Telespazio
Type: OperatorsService providers
Region: ItalyOther
Technology: MobileSatellite

Telespazio is one of the world’s leading operators for launch and early orbit phase as well as in orbit control for satellites and satellite fleets throughout their operating life. Telespazio’s highly skilled staff, with their strong and internationally recognised know-how, operate via the company’s own space centres in Italy, as well as through a customer infrastructure: at the Broglio Space Center in Malindi (Kenya); the Kourou launch site (French Guiana); the Malargue station (Argentina); the military sites at Vigna di Valle and Pratica di Mare (Italy), and Creil and Maysons-Lafitte (France).
Telespazio offers dedicated services for the oil and gas, transport and navigation sectors, implementing fixed-line, mobile broadband satellite solutions and mobile satellite services (MSS) in Italy and abroad. It provides innovative solutions for applications and services in civil protection, security and e-government. Trunking and backhauling services for Telco operators are also included in its product portfolio, mainly for Latin America and supported by teleports managed by Telespazio in Brazil and Argentina. 


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The SIVA project is being funded under Priority Axis 3 – Improvement of the Accessibility of the South East Europe Programme, achieving the corresponding objectives through the Area of Intervention (AoI) 3.2 – Develop strategies to tackle the 'digital divide'.

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