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Turkcell Superonline fournit le premier service de nuage personnel de Turquie, SuperDepo, avec une vitesse de mise en ligne de 100 Mb/s

ISTANBUL, December 14, 2012 /PRNewswire/ --

Turkcell Superonline, filiale à 100 % de Turkcell (NYSE : TKC, ISE : TCELL), société de communications et de technologies chef de file en Turquie, annonce le lancement de SuperDepo (signifiant littéralement « super espace de stockage personnel »), qui permet aux utilisateurs de mettre en ligne n'importe quel type de document se trouvant sur leurs ordinateurs et de visionner des photos, vidéos ou tableaux sur leurs smartphones. Les utilisateurs bénéficiant de l'accès Internet fibre de Superonline sont en mesure de mettre leurs fichiers en ligne à une vitesse de 100 Mb/s depuis leurs ordinateurs, quel que soit le débit de la connexion Internet, ce qui en fait le service de mise en ligne le plus rapide de Turquie. En outre, SuperDepo conserve ces documents en toute sécurité dans des dossiers et assure leur sauvegarde informatisée.

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SuperDepo permet aux utilisateurs de stocker n'importe quel type de fichier de manière sécurisée, de partager ces fichiers sur les médias sociaux et d'y accéder depuis n'importe quel emplacement disposant d'une connexion Internet. De plus, ce service augmente aussi la vitesse de mise en ligne pour le stockage jusqu'à 100 Mb/s, quel que soit le forfait Internet fibre de l'abonné. En outre, le trafic Internet pendant l'utilisation de SuperDepo n'est pas déduit de son forfait Internet fibre.  Les fichiers stockés dans le centre de données de Turkcell Superonline peuvent être consultés via un ordinateur, un smartphone ou une tablette grâce à un espace disposant de la plus haute sécurité et d'une protection par mot de passe, dès lors qu'une connexion Internet est disponible. En outre, les abonnés à SuperDepo peuvent partager leurs propres espaces de stockage avec 2 personnes en créant des sous-utilisateurs et en leur attribuant leur capacité de stockage. Un abonné à l'Internet fibre qui utilise SuperDepo peut mettre en ligne un total de 50 photos de 2 Mo ou une vidéo de 100 Mo dans l'espace de stockage en 1 seule seconde.

En accédant au site Web http://www.superdepo.net avec un mot de passe personnel, les utilisateurs peuvent mettre fin à la perte de données en téléchargeant l'application SuperDepo Online Backup pour les systèmes d'exploitation Windows et Mac depuis la section sauvegarde. Le service SuperDepo élimine aussi le risque que ses abonnés ne perdent des fichiers. Proposant des conditions de paiement mensuel ou annuel raisonnables, SuperDepo est accessible à tout moment et n'importe où, depuis tout appareil disposant d'une connexion Internet. Il n'est plus nécessaire de transporter des périphériques externes pour garantir la sécurité de ses fichiers.

À PROPOS DE TURKCELL SUPERONLINE

L'opérateur en télécommunications innovant de Turquie, Turkcell Superonline, poursuit ses investissements dans l'infrastructure de la fibre optique sans se relâcher en matière de vitesse. Turkcell Superonline est le seul opérateur de télécommunications à offrir aux foyers une connexion Internet à des vitesses de jusqu'à 1 000 Mb/s. La société offre à ses clients particuliers et institutionnels des services vocaux, de données, d'Internet haut débit, de trafic vocal de gros, de transmission, de centres de données, d'informatique en nuage et à valeur ajoutée. Pour en savoir plus, rendez-vous sur http://www.superonline.net

À PROPOS DE TURKCELL

Turkcell est la plus grande société de technologie et de communications en Turquie, comptant 34,5 millions d'abonnés et une part de marché qui s'élève à environ 53 % selon des résultats au 31 mars 2012 (Source : annonces de l'opérateur). Turkcell est un acteur régional de premier plan, se positionnant en tant que leader du marché dans cinq des neuf pays dans lesquels la société opère, affichant près de 65,3 millions d'abonnés selon les résultats datant du 31 mars 2012. La société couvre environ 88 % de la population turque par le biais de son réseau basé sur la technologie 3G et 99,13 % de la population turque par le biais de son réseau basé sur la technologie 2G. Turkcell est par ailleurs devenue l'un des premiers opérateurs mondiaux à avoir déployé l'HSDPA+ et atteint une vitesse de 43,2 Mb/s grâce à sa solution multi-opérateurs HSPA. Au 31 mars 2012, Turkcell enregistrait des bénéfices nets s'élevant à 2,4 milliards de livres turques (soit 1,3 milliard de dollars) avec un actif total de 17,2 milliards de livres turques (soit 9,7 milliards de dollars). Depuis juillet 2000, la société est cotée aux bourses de New York et d'Istanbul et représente la seule société turque à être cotée à New York.  Pour en savoir plus, rendez-vous sur le site http://www.turkcell.com.tr

Pour tout complément d'information, veuillez contacter Turkcell
Nihat Narin
Directeur de la division
Relations avec les investisseurs et les médias internationaux
Tél. : +90-212-313-1244
E-mail : [email protected]

Banu Uzgur
Responsable des relations avec les médias internationaux
Tél. : +90-212-313-1506
E-mail : [email protected]
[email protected]

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