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Slovak Telekom plans cloud services

SLOVAK Telekom (ST) wants to focus even more intensively on the market for information and communications technologies (ICT). Miroslav Majoroš, ST's director-general told the SITA newswire that the company will launch its own cloud services in the second half of 2012.

SLOVAK Telekom (ST) wants to focus even more intensively on the market for information and communications technologies (ICT). Miroslav Majoroš, ST's director-general told the SITA newswire that the company will launch its own cloud services in the second half of 2012.

ST wants to focus on two groups of customers and will offer solutions for large firms as well as products for small and medium-sized companies. According to Majoroš, ST improved its position in the ICT market last year. Even though the market reported a drop in general, ST registered a significant increase.

ST attributed this to its own activities as well as its affiliated company PosAm, which registered a 14-percent increase in revenue to €33.8 million. ST also opened a new data centre last year.

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