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April 15, 2005

CenterTelecom has commissioned the corporate data network of Ivanovo branch of the Northern Bank of The Savings Bank of Russia

Ivanovo, April 15, 2005. CenterTelecom conducted a presentation of Ivanovo branch of the Northern Bank of The Savings Bank of Russia corporate data network provided by Ivanovo regional telecommunications node of CenterTelecom Verkhnevolzhsky branch.

The Corporate data network provides the customer with an integrated set of services, including secure channel data transmission, digital telephony, etc. The use of CenterTelecom channels allowed to set up a modern digital network providing an integrated architecture from the regional department to the bank's regional branch and to create an efficient operating environment for the bank's applications. In this project CenterTelecom is responsible not only for the last mile, but for the entire corporate network thus making it more reliable and reducing the downtime.

Deputy General Director - CenterTelecom Commercial Director Sergey Pridantsev, the Head of Ivanovo Branch of the Northern Bank of the Savings Bank of Russia Nikolai Egorov, the Head of Ivanovo regional telecommunications node of CenterTelecom Verkhnevolzhsky branch Gennady Brusentsev, the representatives of the regional business community and mass media took part in the presentation.

At the presentation Sergey Pridantsev pointed out that CenterTelecom offered its clients not just the advanced technologies and modern services, but also the maximum information security in combination with a high level of services quality in any situations including emergencies.

For more information please contact:
Information Policy Department Director
Yana Lavrentyeva


CenterTelecom is a leading fixed telecommunications company providing a wide range of telecom services in the Central Federal District, where over 20% of the population of Russia resides. CenterTelecom offers the full range of telecommunication services, including fixed telephony, Internet, IP-telephony, data transmission, cable TV, wired and VHF broadcasting. The company actively develops modern multiservice and SDH networks as well as new WLL systems. The Company trades on RTS (ESMO, ESMOP), Moscow Interbank Currency Exchange (CTEL, CTELP) and has ADR Level 1 common stock program (CRMUY).

CenterTelecom Verkhnevolzhsky branch was created in 2004 on the basis of CenterTelecom Yaroslavl, Kostroma and Ivanovo branches that had been part of CenterTelecom since 2002. The branch comprises 11 structural departments employing a total of 8 927 people. In 2004 the branch had 84.1 lines per employee in Yaroslavl region, 49 lines in Kostroma, 82.3 in Ivanovo; telephone network installed capacity of 747 645 lines, telephone network engaged capacity of 688 710 lines, local telephone network digitization level in Yaroslavl region of 63.7 %, 44.4 % in Kostroma, 48.4 % in Ivanovo; 1 046 automatic telephone exchanges, 28.02 main lines per 100 residents in Yaroslavl area, 21.3 in Kostroma, 20.37 in Ivanovo; 49 081 Internet subscribers.

Copyright 2004 Joint-Stock Central Telecommunication Company




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