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TransTeleCom

Joint Stock Company "Company TransTeleCom" (trademark - TTK) was founded in 1997. The major shareholder is Joint Stock Company Russian Railways. In the course of three years the company has built the most modern and branched fiber-optic telecommunications line, using the most advanced and efficient telecommunication technology. Today, Company TTK operates and services the largest fiber-optic communication network in Russia, with a length of more than 76,000 km and a network capacity of 1.6 Tbps. The network is laid along the railways, and has more than 1,000 access nodes in all regions of Russia and connects Europe and Asia. 17 regional enterprises created in the largest Russian cities provide TTK services all over the country.

The Company is one of three leading alternative operators of fixed communication and provides 33% of long-distance channel lease, occupies 27% in the segment of backbone Internet and 31% in the IP VPN market. The consolidated return of the group of TTK companies in 2009 was 24.7 billion rubles with a profit of 936 million rubles . In September 2007 TTK began rendering services on the long-distance and international telecommunications market.

Company TTK actively operates both on the operator and the corporate markets. Customers of the Company are mainly geographically-distributed businesses. These are primarily railway carriers as well as state enterprises and large corporations.

Currently, TTK has implemented large-scale telecommunications projects for state organizations and large commercial corporations. The Company’s customers include the Ministry of Emergency Situations, MIA, Regional customs authorities, the Russian Academy of Sciences, Roskosmos, OKB Sukhoy, KnAAPA, Sberbank, Alfa-Bank, Bank Russkiy Standart, Mezhbiznesbank, Ingosstrakh, Uralsib, Norilskiy Nikel, SUAL, PG MAIR, YevrazRuda, Yevrokhim, Vympelcom, Megafon, MTS, and VGTRK. TTK obtained quality certificates for the services which are the most essential in the telecommunications market (provision of a backbone digital communication channel, Internet access, creation of virtual private networks), as well as certified quality management system. These certificates allowed TTK to promote its image as a client-oriented company and to establish an approach to business where quality comes first.

Associated companies and affiliates of Company TTK located in Moscow, St. Petersburg, Voronezh, Yekaterinburg, Irkutsk, Kaliningrad, Krasnoyarsk, Novosibirsk, Nizhniy Novgorod, Rostov-on-Don, Samara, Saratov, Khabarovsk, Chelyabinsk, Chita, Yuzhno-Sakhalinsk, Yaroslavl, and Minsk (Republic of Belarus) support customers and promote services in the regions. TTK actively operates on the international market. The Company has its own communication sites in the largest world centers of telecommunication traffic concentration in London, Amsterdam, Frankfurt, Stockholm and Hong-Kong. The transcontinental route EurasiaHighway arranged by Company TTK is the most efficient telecommunications route between European and Asian countries. Having achieved the main parameters of the business plan for 2004–2007 and occupied leading positions in traditional segments of the fixed communication market, the group of TTK companies worked out a strategy for further development for 2008–2015, oriented towards retention of existing business, as well as implying expansion of the company into a new segment of the telecommunications market: retail services.. Today, TTK is the leading nation-wide backbone telecoms operator and a dynamically growing business, one which consistently extends its range of innovative communications services to efficiently meet the increasing needs of the market.

Company TTK operates and services the largest fiber-optic communication network in Russia, with a length of more than 76,000 km and a network capacity of 1.6 Tbps.