From September 17 to 19, the 22th International Scientific Conference on Software, Telecommunications and Computer Networks, SoftCOM 2014, was held in Split. The conference brought together scientists and experts from around the world with reported 159 works by authors from 30 countries. This year the technical sponsor of the SoftCOM conference was the most influential worldwide association for the promotion of scientific and professional work in the field of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science - IEEE (Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers), headquartered in New York City.
The project “Preparations for eCTD and Implementation of Digital Archival Information System” whose end beneficiary is the Agency for Medicinal Products and Medical Devices of the Republic of Croatia (HALMED) was presented in Ericsson Nikola Tesla’s premises on Tuesday, 16 September. The purpose of this project funded through the European Union’s IPA 2009 Programme for Croatia was to support HALMED’s efficient participation in the European medicines regulatory network.
Ericsson Nikola Tesla is the first and only holder of the status of an authorized economic operator for customs simplifications/safety and security - AOEF certificate - in Croatia. AEOF certificate allows the company to be recognized as a reliable partner in the area of safety and security as a part of the Mutual Recognition Agreement that the European Union has signed with a number of countries in order to secure their supply chains, which ultimately contributes to safer and faster exchange of goods on a global scale.
At the CeBIT Bilişim Trade Fair in Istanbul, the most important ICT event in Asia Minor, on September 14 ended the biggest joint appearance of Croatian ICT industry in history. Among 29 Croatian companies, Ericsson Nikola Tesla had a prominent position with the presentation of solutions in the field of e/m-health and e-government.
Streaming closing in on linear TV with a gap of just two percentage points in terms of weekly consumption.
25 percent increase, in just two years, of consumers prepared to pay for access to content on any device, showing an increasing willingness to pay for "anywhere access".
'Binge viewing' multiple episodes of a TV show back-to-back is accelerating with the increasing popularity of new on-demand video services.
Hrvatski Telekom, Ericsson and Ericsson Nikola Tesla agree on cooperation in the field of managed services
- HT selects Ericsson for partner in the construction and maintenance of telecommunications infrastructure, the contract on service provision signed for a 5 year period
- Contract signed on transfer of HT’s technology unit for the construction and maintenance
- 640 employees will be transferred from Hrvatski Telekom into the newly established subsidiary of Ericsson Nikola Tesla - Ericsson Nikola Tesla Servisi d.o.o. from September 2014
MSc Nedžad Rešidbegović, BH Telecom Director General, and MSc Gordana Kovačević, Ericsson Nikola Tesla President, signed a contract regarding the expansion of the existing 3G radio access network in the territory of the Federation of Bosnia and Herzegovina on July 30, in Sarajevo. The contract's value is almost MHRK 28, and it encompasses the delivery of Ericsson cutting edge 3G equipment and the supporting services.
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