Synopsys Armenia and the Armenian communication operator Vivacell-MTS a few years ago combined its efforts and opportunities for the implementation of five programs in order to identify and encourage talented young people, as well as the development of information and telecommunication technologies in Armenia. The other day, the Central Office of Vivacell-MTS hosted a press conference at which the general director of the companies Ovik Muchelyan and Ralph Yirikyan summed up the results of the implementation of joint programs in 2012 and reported on the 2013 plans.
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One of the most large -scale joint programs is the annual International Olympiad in microelectronics. In 2012, it took place in Armenia 7 times, 418 young specialists from 14 countries took part in the Olympics. According to Fr. Musalyana, this year new applications were received for participation in the event of representatives of Georgia, Israel, Argentina, Brazil and Chile. “The fact that such an Olympiad is held only in Armenia indicates that our country occupies serious positions in the field of microelectronics,” – emphasized. Musaleyan. The next joint program is educational, it is carried out in accordance with the agreement signed two years ago between the companies “Synopsys Armenia”, “Vivacell-MTS” and the European Regional Educational Academy. The program is aimed at preparing competitive low -haired personnel in the specialty “microelectronics in communication systems”. According to the statement of about. Musalyana, in this specialty, they no longer train personnel anywhere in the world. As part of the Vivacell-MTS program, I financed the opening of two training laboratories at the European Regional Educational Academy, and Synopsys Armenia provided 20 training software packages of electronic automated design of microelectronics, as well as funded educational programs for about $ 20 million. Conducting the annual contest “Best IT SCFECE Manager” is also a joint program of two companies. This event is aimed at improving the efficiency and quality of management in the IT sector, improving the professional level of Armenian managers, improving the organization of work processes. Thanks to the project, managers of various Armenian IT companies get the opportunity to take advanced training courses at the best universities in the world. So, last year, three winners of the competition were held two -week courses at the University of Stanford University. Other joint projects are the annual President of the RA for the worldwide contribution to the information technology sphere, as well as the President of the RA for schoolchildren and students for achievements in the IT sector. In 2013, the programs will continue, and their financing issues have already been resolved. According to the river. Yirikyana, Vivacell-MTS plans to allocate about 70 million drams for their implementation. In addition, as noted about. Musaleyan, new programs will also appear, which are now at the stage of discussion. It is no coincidence that several joint programs are aimed at training personnel for the IT sphere, since during the meeting it was repeatedly mentioned that today one of the most serious problems of the Armenia IT-sphere continues to be a shortage of qualified personnel. According to about. Musalyana, this problem will only aggravate with the arrival of new transnational companies to the country, which is facilitated by the image of Armenia as a country with a developed area of information and telecommunication technologies. The emergence of new local companies (Start-UP) also leads to an increase in competition in this market, the number of which is growing annually.