This page includes information related to the projects carried out by Elitnet which were partly financed by the European Structural and Investment Funds.

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On October 1, 2020, Elitnet started implementing a new project “Development of New Elitnet Products” which is partly financed by the European Regional Development Fund. The reference number of this project is 01.2.1-LVPA-K-856-01-0121.

The goal of this project is to develop a next generation system for preventing fraud in telecommunications networks (Fraud Prevention System, FPS). Based on Big Data technologies, heuristics, and Artificial Intelligence methods, this system encompasses telecommunications network traffic monitoring as well as data analysis and processing for detection and blocking of fraud instances in real time.

More information can be found at the esinvesticijos.lt website, administered by the Ministry of Economy of the Republic of Lithuania.

On March 1, 2017, Elitnet started implementing a new project “Development of Innovative Products” in a joint partnership with partner company Wilibox.

The agreement number of this project is J05-LVPA-K-01-0291. The project will be funded for the amount of 843.518,75 EUR from the European Regional Development Fund.

More information can be found at the esinvesticijos.lt website, administered by the Ministry of Economy of the Republic of Lithuania.

On June 30, 2015, Elitnet finished the project “Establishment of Data Flow MTTP Laboratory” (“Duomenų srautų MTTP laboratorijos sukūrimas”). The project (code VP2-1.3-ŪM-03-K-04-059) was partially funded by the Lithuanian 2007-2013 Economical Growth Program for scientific research and technological development to encourage competitiveness and growth of economy called “Intelektas LT+”. The total scope of the project was 58,703.37 EUR, of which 41,092.16 EUR was assigned from the European Regional Development Fund.

During the course of the project, Elitnet carried out a renovation, created workplaces for multiple researchers, and acquired modern technical equipment (hardware and software) necessary for development of telecommunications service platform RCS Box, Deep Packet Inspection (DPI) solution, and 4G / 5G value-added services platforms. The laboratory is unique in Lithuania, as it allows performing L7 data flow analysis and content-based protocol recognition by processing data flows at up to 20 Gbps in real time. The innovations developed in this laboratory will allow the company to adapt a DPI prototype, develop cyber security solutions, and improve competitiveness in local and international markets.