Over six months of 2020, Mobiuz, a mobile operator in Uzbekistan, directed over 100 billion soums to technical development and modernization of networks.
Russian group of companies SKB Kontur has received the status of an electronic document management (EDO) operator. Now it brings to the market its service Kontur. Diadoc.
2020 has been declared the Year of Development of Science, Education and the Digital Economy in Uzbekistan, which fully reflects the serious intentions of the republic to achieve rapid digitalization of all production sectors. The COVID-19 threat and quarantine measures did not reduce the project activity of enterprises, but rather accelerated the process of creating the foundation for future technological transformations.
Two start-up teams of the Muhammad al-Khorazmiy Tashkent University of Information Technologies made their way to the final part of the Big Idea Challenge international contest with their projects.
The IT Academy at the Technological Park of Software Products and Information Technologies (IT-Park) has launched free online programming lessons for those who want to learn the basics in this area.
Uzbekistan lost 6 positions and took the 87th place in the rating of the countries of the world on the level of E-Government development, according to United Nations E-Government Survey.
A specialized school for in-depth study of subjects in the field of information and communication technologies named after Muhammad al-Khorazmiy established cooperation with EPAM Systems.
The Ministry for Development of Information Technologies and Communications is implementing major projects to develop telecommunications infrastructure.
Ookla has published Speedtest.net data “Tracking the Impact of COVID-19 on the Global Internet Performance” as of June 2020. According to new data, the speed of the fixed Internet (Fixed Speed Change) increased by 17 percent, the speed of the mobile Internet (Mobile Speed Change) - by 26 percent.