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Conference room in Bercut company

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The conference room in Bercut company. Saint-Petarsburg, Russia. Photographed on 7 June 2012.

Bercut is an international provider of end-to-end solutions for telecom services, suggesting a unique approach to VAS development and management in close partnership with operators and subscribers. (from http://www.bercut.com)

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Text by Steve Smith.

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