Enterprise Communications winds up HUF 250 mln investment

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Enterprise Communications Magyarország Kft. wound up Expandrive, a virtual storage system project, supported entirely by an EU grant totalling HUF 250 mln, the company announced today.

The development of Expandrive began in October 2012 with the intent of creating more secure and efficient IT solutions for enterprises and SMEs. During the development process, developers paid special attention to dynamic operation, data security and enhanced speed of data traffic.

Hungarian-owned Enterprise Communications Magyarország Kft. offers complex solutions for business info communications, integrated medical software development, IT consultation and SAP.

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