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ADC launches new internet products for SMEs

26 Mar 2009

Armenian internet access provider and ISP Armenian Datacom Company (ADC) has launched a range of new products targeted at small and medium sized enterprises in the country, promising a reduction in connection fees on almost all its services. ADC unveiled its ‘Internet Office Mini’ service which it claims offers affordable monthly fees (AMD50,000 = USD135.58) and scalable bandwidth to suit the user’s needs. The operator has also reduced the monthly connection fees of its ‘Internet Office’, ‘Internet Office for ISPs’, ‘Internet Enterprise Pro’ and ‘Data Pro’ services, it said.

According to TeleGeography’s GlobalComms database, ADC is a communications data provider which competes with the incumbent ArmenTel in the capital Yerevan. Formed in 2006, in February 2007 it selected Alcatel-Lucent to supply a 400km IP/MPLS network capable of delivering high quality data and internet services to its business and residential customers. The new fibre-optic network covers most of the city, allowing Armenian Datacom to offer broadband internet access and virtual private LAN services (VPLS) for corporate customers.


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