In 2011, the National Network Development Project was launched for the consolidation of government telecommunications and IT, under the auspices of which in 2012 MVM Ltd. decided to organize its existing telecommunications competencies into an independently operating telecommunications service provider company. As a result of this process, MVM NET Ltd., 100% owned by MVM, was established.
2013 – National Telecommunications Backbone Network (NTG)
The first significant milestone in the history of MVM NET was the successful completion of the first phase of the National Network Development Project. Within the extremely short time available, the company played a prominent role in the migration of the endpoints of the National Telecommunications Backbone Network (NTG) and in the construction of the telecommunications connections of the district headquarters.
With the launch of NTG at the end of 2012, state-owned companies will now provide electronic communications services to the state institutional system. As a result of the full consolidation of infocommunications, the introduction of the new model results in significant savings in the state budget. The backbone network topology of MVM NET is basically adapted to the MVM Group’s own sites, certain endpoint accesses are realized through networks used through telecommunications partnerships. A significant part of the backbone network runs on a transmission line route equipped with OPGW (Optical Ground Wire) technology, the essence of which is that the optical fibres have already been placed in the top lightning protection lines beforehand.
2016 – LTE 450 mobile network
MVM NET Ltd. was the second in the world to build the LTE 450 network, thus becoming practically a pioneer and ahead of its time. MVM NET used the so-called MIMO (Multiple Input Multiple Output) technology on the LTE 450 network, which revolutionized signal transmission. MIMO technology also provides more robust communication to endpoint devices, providing up to twice the data transfer rate in the download direction compared to traditional mobile technologies, as well as better transmission quality. The LTE450 mobile network was created primarily to serve smart metering and other government data transmission needs, allowing for other non-government uses as well. The potential target group for government use is public administration organizations, local authorities, health care institutions, emergency services, educational institutions, as well as other state-owned companies.