PJSC Rostelecom, Nokia and cellular provider Tele2 have successfully completed the joint testing of IoT-based solutions for the housing and utilities sector in Moscow, the parties informed.
During the testing, the parties launched a service of automatic acquisition and transmission of information from end users' electricity meters to the power supply company's information system using equipment from domestic suppliers.
PJSC Rostelecom (tax number: 7707049388) is the national long-distance communication operator leading in the amount of long-distance domestic and international data traffic and operating the land-line network of television and broadcasting channels. In April 2011, Rostelecom absorbed interregional communication companies Centertelecom, Sibirtelecom, Dalsvyaz, Uralsvyazinform, VolgaTelecom, SZT, YTK and Dagsvyazinform. Total length of Rostelecom's backbone network all over Russia is about 500,000 km. The company's infrastructure reaches 43 million Russian households.
The company's authorized capital is RUB 6.961 billion. It consists of 2,784,480,101 shares including 2,574,914,954 common shares and 209,565,147 type A preferred shares. Rostelecom's major shareholder is the Government of Russia. The company's securities are listed on the MICEX Stock Exchange in Russia as well as in the electronic OTC trading system OTCQX in the USA.
Tele2 is a cellular service provider operating in Russia since 2003. The company provides telecom services in 66 regions of Russia, including Moscow and Moscow region. At the end of 2018, the company's subscriber base reached 42.3 million users.
"AK&M", 15.04.2019 13:41