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Dr.Web Anti-virus for Forty Thousand Teleset Networks Customers

September 27, 2011

The Russian market leader of Internet anti-virus security services, Doctor Web, announces the launch of the Dr.Web Anti-virus service for private and corporate customers of the companies incorporated in Teleset Networks group (Teleset, LLC, and TNPKO, PLC), a leading provider in Kazan, the capital of the Republic of Tatarstan, Russia.

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Kazan, a city where over 30 percent of subscribers use Teleset Networks services, has become one of the most promising IT cities in Russia in recent years. In 2009, a business incubator called 'IT Park' was opened here to implement public projects such as 'E-Education', 'E-Healthcare', and 'E-Government'. And, last but not least, among Russian cities, Kazan ranks fourth in number of Internet users. Following the introduction of Dr.Web AV-Desk, existing Teleset Networks subscribers will be able to appreciate the advantages of the SaaS-based anti-virus software delivery model, and those yet to subscribe will have additional reasons to opt for this provider.

Indeed, Internet users in all Russian cities today need more than just a quick and reliable way to connect to the Internet. As the computer becomes the center of their digital universe, allowing them to work, communicate, entertain, and spend leisure time, viral threats and losses of sensitive and confidential data increase in magnitude, system performance decreases, etc. In such circumstances, a provider that offers its subscribers simple and affordable protection tools obtains a weighty competitive advantage. It is specifically in this capacity that Doctor Web offers companies its Dr.Web AV-Desk Internet service.

Dr.Web Anti-virus service is very simple for end-customers to use and does not require ISPs to invest significant time and material costs to implement it. The fact that Doctor Web experts are always ready to assist providers and engage in consultations with them on various issues makes the service even more attractive. Teleset Networks experts say that this event was no exception: the technical part of the work was done quickly and smoothly, and internal testing was successful.

"Customers can subscribe to the anti-virus easily and conveniently; they save time by paying out of a single account for a high-speed Internet service and an anti-virus service," — said Konstantin Muzychenko, Teleset Deputy Head of Marketing. — "Among the service’s additional indisputable advantages for end-users are the reasonable price, the high quality of the anti-virus, the ability to get updates from the provider’s server, and an optimal choice of subscription packages".

About the Dr.Web AV-Desk Internet Service

Doctor Web was the first anti-virus vendor to offer an anti-virus as a service on the Russian market.

The deployment of Dr.Web AV-Desk lets a service provider’s subscribers use the Dr.Web Anti-virus as a service: they can choose how long they want to subscribe, renew their subscriptions automatically, and that means, they can decide for themselves how much they want to spend on anti-virus security. Providing an anti-virus as a service ensures its instant delivery and easy subscription management for home users and business customers. Dr.Web AV-Desk Internet service was created by Doctor Web in 2007. The number of service providers that deliver the Dr.Web AV-Desk service in different regions of Russia and also in the Ukraine, France, Spain, Netherlands, Mongolia, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Bulgaria and Estonia exceeds 350. Following results shown by the service in 2007, Dr.Web AV-Desk was named the “best product offered as a service” by PC Magazine Russia. In September 2008, Dr.Web AV-Desk was awarded the Grand Gold Medal for “most original scientific and technical solution in communications technology” at the ITE Siberian Fair.

About the Group of Operators in Teleset Networks

Teleset Networks is a group of fixed-line operators that includes Teleset (Kazan), TNPKO (Kazan), a branch of Teleset (Naberezhnye Chelny), and Simbirskie Telecommunications Systems (or ITS, Ulyanovsk).

Today, Teleset Networks owns 30 percent of the market in Kazan, 10 percent in Naberezhnye Chelny, and 13 percent in Ulyanovsk. Among the company’s competitive advantages are its versatility and good network infrastructure. Teleset Networks offers its subscribers and corporate customers a full range of communications services such as traditional and IP telephony, Internet (dial-up and high-speed over xDSL and IDSN technologies) as well as cable TV.

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