Nordic telecommunications giant TeliaSonera today opened a center for IT development in Tallinn, a unit meant to design services and technical solutions for the company's mobile clients in Scandinavia and the Baltics.
The new center, which brings 50 new jobs to the city, will be producing software that will be used by up to 20 million TeliaSonera customers, the company said in a press release.
"We chose Tallinn as the location of our IT development center because the existing unit of the company here is competent and well-functioning," said the head of TeliaSonera's mobile technology division, Claes Nycander.
TeliaSonera is the largest telephone company and mobile network operator in Finland and Sweden, and owns 100 percent of Eesti Telekom, Estonia's largest telecommunications firm.
Source – Invest in Estonia