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At ‘CEO for a Day – Turkey’ program’s opening, held on October 4, 2017 in Zorlu Performance Arts Center, İstanbul, five university students representing future business leaders came together with 15 C...More
ZTE, a multinational ICT solutions vendor, has acquired 48.04% of Netaş’s shares which are owned by OEP Turkey Tech B.V., an investment managed by One Equity Partners. The transaction will position N...More
Netas won the first place in the top 500 IT companies of Turkey research in "System Integration", "System Integration - Hardware", "System Integration - Software", "Network Hardware", "Software Export...More
Netaş Wesley Clover Technology Fund aims to invest on early-stage companies and entrepreneurs and support value-added high technology projects....More
Netaş has announced with pride that it has been awarded Microsoft Country Partner for Turkey Award for 2017....More
Netaş to establish and operate the information and communication infrastructure of Istanbul New AirportMore
The system performs disaster and emergency management based on the geographical information system and consists of three modules: incident command, improvement and spatial information system. Disaster and Emergency Management processes provide IT infrastructure and effective management model to actively manage the processes before the disaster (planning and loss mitigation), during the disaster (intervention) and after the disaster (improvement).More
Concerning the use of information and communication technologies (ICT) in our education system, the main goal of the Information Society Strategy developed by the State Planning Organization for the 2006–2010 plan period was to view ICT as basic educational tools, and have students and teachers use them effectively. In this context, the Ministry of National Education has requested the following:More
Aydem Elektrik Dağıtım A.Ş. switched from traditional to smart networks primarily in order to mitigate the output limitations in existing plants due to power surges in crossover junctions causing losses in overheated cables.More