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Mēs esam SigmaNet - LU Matemātikas un informātikas institūta Akadēmiskā tīkla laboratorija. Jau vairāk nekā 25 gadus mēs sniedzam e-pasta, mājaslapu uzturēšanas un datu centra pakalpojumus, veicam domēna vārdu reģistrāciju, kā arī nodrošinām profesionālu apkalpošanu un konsultācijas 24*7

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Our history

Our history

We are the Academic Network Laboratory of the IMCS UL, and at the very beginning we were called LATNET.

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During the BALTBONE project the IMCS UL creates the Riga-Tallinn line that ensures a continuous Internet connection, and it is considered to be the day when Latvia established an Internet connection.

1992

 

The first RadioLink connection is established between IMCS UL and the Riga Technical University.

IMCS UL starts to offer email and dial-up services and widens the academic network by creating the first dedicated line from the IMCS UL to the Academic Library.

1993

 

The IMCS UL Client Service Center is created. The Internet becomes available to everyone who is interested. Those without a computer of their own can gain access to the Internet from the IMCS UL provided terminals.

IMCS UL launches an Internet user training program.

1994

Under the EU LINKGUIDE project, communication lines to Daugavpils, Liepaja, Rezekne, Jelgava and Vilnius become operational.

A 100 Mbps FDDI connection between IMCS UL and the UL (LANET) is established.

Darbu sāk starptautiskais pieslēgums Rīga – Stokholma.

1995

 

Two satellite lines — to Atlanta (US) and Oslo (Norway) — become operational.

The Latvian Internet data exchange point GIX (Global Internet Exchange) is created allowing Internet service providers to exchange data without overloading the international channels.

1996

 

1997

The IMCS UL joins the European Education Networking Association TERENA.

Every school and pre-school establishment in Riga receives a free email account and website space.

1999

 

In collaboration with Lattelecom, IMCS UL starts to offer ULTRA DSL Internet connections.

2000

The IMCS UL begins to take part in European scientific research projects. And the first one is the Sixth Framework Programme GÉANT (Multi-Gigabit European Academic Network), which is dedicated to creating and developing a Pan-European academic network that also includes Latvia. In reality, the project reaches Latvia in 2001. Afterwards there are several follow-ups — GÉANT2, GÉANT3, GN3+, and until 2015 SigmaNet is actively involved in all of them. As of 2009, when GÉANT3 is launched, representatives of SigmaNet enthusiastically participate in the project related activities (NA2 T4 GÉANT PR Network Coordination, NA4 T3 User Identification and Liaison for Pan-European and Global Projects and Organisations, SA4 T2 Multi-Domain Security Services (MDSS)) by helping the project partners with their public relations and coordinating their activities, as well as by assessing different situations and suggesting solutions that enhance the security of academic networks in all countries involved in the project.

 

2002

In 2002–2003, IMCS UL takes part in the EU EASYCRAFT project that helps to integrate an e-commerce solution into the European craftspeople website.

 

2005

IMCS UL joins the FP6 BalticGrid project.

Latnet CERT is formed — the first IT security incident response team in Latvia.

2006

In 2006–2008, active involvement in the INTERREG III B Baltic Rural Broadband project. The main goal of this project is to create a detailed infrastructure plan that could be used to build an Internet access network in any region of any country that is involved in the project. This project includes 11 countries from Northern Europe.

In 2006–2007, the IMCS UL takes part in the FP6 Porta Optica Study project that examines how to create optical fiber based research and education networks in the three Baltic states, as well as Ukraine, Belarus, Moldova, and Transcaucasian countries. Besides the aforementioned, the project is also joined by partners from Poland and the Czech Republic.

In 2006–2008, the Academic Network Laboratory of the IMCS UL in collaboration with the Riga Technical University carries out an ERDF co-funded project ‘Grid Computing Environment: Theory, Methods, Applications’, and its goal is to develop and implement the Latvian National Grid Network i.e. develop a computing and data management infrastructure that combines computer network, data exchange, computing and information resources.

The Academic Network Laboratory of the IMCS UL changes its name from LATNET to SigmaNet, and at this point the company has a team of proficient and experienced professionals that mostly provide hosting and data center services to thousands of natural and legal entities in Latvia.

2007

 

SigmaNet joins forces with other major Latvian Internet and email service providers to push back against SPAM senders by creating a SPAM black list.

2008

SigmaNet joins the FP6 BalticGrid-II project.

SigmaNet implements the SMTP authentication that allows sending emails from anywhere in the world where Internet connection is available.

SigmaNet becomes the top-level domain .LV registrar thus providing its clients with a faster, easier and more cost-effective way to register an .LV domain name.

2009

In 2009, SigmaNet takes part in the TERENA Networking Conference as a representative of the BalticGrid-II project.

SigmaNet takes part in the annual TERENA Networking Conference in Vilnius (Lithuania), where the SigmaNet employee E. Znots is presented with Cisco’s award for the best student poster: ‘Ad-hoc location awareness network using GPS-enabled mobile devices’.

SigmaNet implements a new improved webmail version.

2010

In 2010–2011, SigmaNet is actively involved in the European Seventh Framework Programme’s 2 year project OSIRIS (Towards an Open and Sustainable ICT Research Strategy) where the participants identify the key problems that affect and hinder the implementation and development of the academic IT infrastructure.

In 2010–2014, SigmaNet takes part in the European Seventh Framework Programme’s EGI-InSPIRE project that is launched to continue the work started in the EGEE, BalticGrid, and BalticGrid-II projects i.e. to bring together national Grid initiatives to create and maintain a sustainable Pan-European Grid infrastructure.

The SigmaNet team joins the EUMETSAT (European Organisation for the Exploitation of Meteorological Satellites) project ‘Disseminācijas protokolu izpēte’ (Dissemination Protocol Research). This is a scientific project, and its main goal is to explore and test several file transfer protocols and applications to find the best solution for a high-speed (at least 350 Mbps) file transfer that takes into account the different IP network conditions.

SigmaNet becomes the NREN of Latvia — the Ministry of Education and Science confirms the role of the IMCS UL in developing NREN (National Research and Education Network).

The GÉANT3 connection commercial traffic is increased from 100Mb/s to 175Mb/s.

The Institute of Mathematics and Computer Science of the University of Latvia and SigmaNet are the first in Latvia to implement IPv6 support.

2011

 

SigmaNet introduces a mobile webmail version that enables their clients to use SigmaNet email services also with cell phones.

2012

 

SigmaNet obtains the quality mark ‘Atbildīgs Interneta pakalpojumu sniedzējs’ (Responsible Internet Service Provider).

SigmaNet boosts the email capacity 5x increasing the mailbox limit for their clients to 5 GB.

2013

 
To ensure client email safety, SigmaNet implements encrypted channels for sending and receiving emails.

2014

 

Mobile access to webmail is improved.

In collaboration with the Ministry of Education and Science and the University of Latvia, SigmaNet maintains the European Academic Network (GÉANT) in Latvia.

2015

Izglītības un zinātnes ministrija deliģē LU MII, SigmaNet uzturēt savienojumu starp Latvijas Akadēmisko tīklu (LAT) un Eiropas Akadēmisko tīklu GEANT, nodrošinot akadēmiskajiem lietotājiem iespēju veidot point-to-point savienojumus vai datu joslu ar saviem sadarbības partneriem lielu apjomu datu pārsūtīšanai. LUMII, SigmaNet uztur pieslēgumu ar ātrumu līdz 10 Gbps.

SigmaNet improves the data backup system thus making data backup recovery faster and easier.

2016

 

SigmaNet implements a new improved webmail version.

SigmaNet Datu centrā tiek uzstādīta moderna, rezervēta precīzā klimata kontroles sistēma, kas nodrošina pastāvīgu klimatu datu centrā izvietotajai aparatūrai.

Rūpējoties par klientu datu drošību, SigmaNet piedāvā reģistrēt SSL sertifkātus (Secure Sockets Layer) mājas lapu drošības līmeņa paaugstināšanai.

SigmaNet uzlabo SPAM filtrēšanas rīku.

SigmaNet ievieš jaunus risinājumus serveru ātrdarbības un drošības līmeņa paaugstināšanai.

2017

 
SigmaNet sāk reģistrēt Igaunijas augstākā līmeņa domēna vārdus (.EE). Tagad SigmaNet reģistrē visu Baltijas valstu augstākā līmeņa domēna vārdus.

Tiek ieviesta TLS šifrēšana, kas nodrošina drošāku e-pastu saņemšanas kanālu SigmaNet e-pasta pakalpojumu lietotājiem.

2018

 
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