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Dynamic Broadcaster Offers World Class Communications Services
RADIOCOM is bringing world class communications to the Romanian market. A state owned enterprise that operates as a private company, RADIOCOM is Romania’s market leader in TV and radio broadcasting and one of the main providers of electronic communications networks and services.
The complex services portfolio offered by RADIOCOM addresses mainly the business segment: Internet, VPN, leased lines, integrated services (2 Play bundles) and satellitebased communications services.
For more than 70 years, RADIOCOM has been a continuous and active presence on the telecommunications market in Romania and, today, the company is, undoubtedly, an ascending brand, 100% Romanian, with a history dating back to 1936, when the first radio broadcasting transmitter from the Bod region was activated.
RADIOCOM is achieving stellar performance. Cristian NITU, Chief Executive Officer, says, “We had a better year in 2011 than in 2010 and we expect 2012 to be even better in terms of revenue. We anticipate a sharp increase in revenues for Internet data and voice services, while broadcasting, our other main business line, is quite stable. We plan to attract private stations to be our customers in the future and we are seeking capital to boost our customer base to one million.”
RADIOCOM has proven it can hold its own against the competition without government assistance. Many of Romania’s leading companies are customers of RADIOCOM.
Pioneering services in Romanian market
RADIOCOM is well known for its technological advances and has pioneered a number of services in the Romanian market, including DVB-T, T-DAB and WiMAX technology that is provided under Easy2BiNet brand, a double play solution (connectivity and voice services) offered for both customers segments: business & residential.
RADIOCOM has implemented the latest infrastructure, including a 150m tower and an extensive wireless network based on WiMAX technology, spread nationwide, that provides Internet broadband access even in areas where other telecom operators do not have technical solutions available. “We are perceived as a technology oriented company made up of engineers, but we are also strong competitors. Over the past few years we have increased our product range and commercial abilities without increasing costs,” Cristian NITU points out. He adds that RADIOCOM welcomes Romania’s switch to digital and the company is ready to deliver its expertise so that the national transition to digitalisation could be made as quickly as possible.
RADIOCOM’s mission is to maintain its dominant role as Romania’s main supplier for both public and private
stations and networks as well as for electronic communications services. RADIOCOM also plans to develop a strong presence in regional markets and to continue to play a significant role in the local market for electronic communications. RADIOCOM will always put its customers first by responding to their evolving needs.