Information and Communications Technology Industry in Latvia

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LATVIJAS VALSTS RADIO UN TELEVĪZIJAS CENTRS State JSC

General Information
Registration number: 
40003011203
Year of foundation: 
1924
Industry (NACE 2): 
INFORMATION AND COMMUNICATION
60 Programming and broadcasting activities
61 Telecommunications
61.2 Wireless telecommunications activities
61.20 Wireless telecommunications activities
Head of the company, position: 
Mr Jānis Bokta - Chairman of the Board
Number of employees: 
201 - 500
Turnover (EUR):
10 000 001 - 20 000 000
2016
10 000 001 - 20 000 000
2015
Export volume (EUR):
No data
2016
No data
2015
Certificates: 
ISO 27001:2014
Contact Information
Address: 
Ērgļu iela 7, Rīga,LV-1012, Latvia
Phone: 
+371-67108704
E-mail: 
lvrtc [at] lvrtc [dot] lv
Contact person, position: 
Mr Ģirts Ozols - Director of commercial department
Languages spoken : 
English
Latvian
Russian
Business Profile and Cooperation Interests
Business profile: 

The Latvia State Radio and Television Centre (officially known as LVRTC) is one of the largest providers of IT&T infrastructure services in the Baltic States. These services include the safest and most secure datacentre in the region, located in the highest TV tower in the EU, and cloud-computing services such as virtual storage, servers and recovery sites. LVRTC is also the only trusted certification authority in Latvia, providing electronic-signature services, as well as being a wholesaler of data-transmission services to retail providers. Other core LVRTC services include the terrestrial broadcasting of radio and television programmes covering the whole of Latvia.

 

Member of associations: Latvian Electrical Engineering and Electronics Industry Association (LETERA), Latvian Information and Communications Technology Association (LIKTA), Latvian Chamber of Commerce and Industry (LTRK), Latvian Open Technology Association (LATA), Telecommunications Association of Latvia.

Cooperation interests: 

Corporate entities looking for a high-quality datacentre site and cloud-infrastructure services – storage, servers and recovery sites.

Target export countries: 
Belarus
Germany
Poland
Russia
Sweden