South East Europe improved virtual accessibility through joint initiatives facilitating the rollout of broadband networks
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NIL Consulting 
Type: Consulting Firms
Region: AustriaSloveniaOther
Technology: DSLCableFTTxMobileWLANSatellite

Based on a sound foundation of network design methodology and knowledge of best practices, NIL Consulting services bridge the gap between business objectives and market strategies, helping you to develop a plan for the necessary changes to your network and IT infrastructure that will be required in order to support those strategies.

NIL Consulting gives you access to experienced and highly skilled consultants who will assist you in determining the right strategy for your network architecture and translating your technical strategy into a real business solution. The goals of this service are understanding your business needs, determining the impact of changes on your existing network infrastructure, and providing architectural guidance and recommendations on controlling your network’s evolution.

NIL delivers services using a systematic approach that brings together people, processes and products to meet your business and technology requirements. These services are based on our network lifecycle methodology that encompasses activities to plan, design, implement, operate and optimize your IT infrastructure. Engaging NIL consultants during the planning cycle focuses strategic insight from experts who have been trusted advisors and consultants to leading service providers and enterprise customers around the world.


Mobitel
Type: Operators
Region: Slovenia
Technology: Mobile


Tušmobil
Type: Service providers
Region: Slovenia
Technology: Mobile

Tušmobil, d.o.o. was established in 2006. Today, it is the third largest mobile operator in the Slovenian market. The company, which is in the 100% ownership of Tuš Holding d.o.o., offers a comprehensive range of mobile communications services across the entire country.

Through its most technologically advanced and environmentally friendly Slovenian mobile network, Tušmobil offers a new generation of mobile services. Tušmobil was first to introduce post-paid packages with a prepaid data transfer and the €1 offering of technologically most advanced mobile phones, all of which set new standards in the Slovenian mobile market offering. This is the commitment we continue to follow today – a diverse offering of innovative and competitive post-paid packages.


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.


Tooway
Type: Service providers
Region: ItalyAustriaBulgariaGreeceSloveniaMontenegroOther
Technology: Satellite


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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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