Technologies that we prefer

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  • more than 20 projects
  • $2,9 mln of total turnover
  • 5+ industrial competencies

Here are the technologies we prefer to use in our projects and the ones we have a good expertise in. We determine the best technologies stack together with the customer at the research stage of the project and assemble a team with the appropriate expertise to best fit the customer’s needs.

For Data Management

As the data tends to outlive the software initially created to work with that said data, choosing the data storage framework (as well as the basic data structures and serialization/deserialization mechanics) is one of the most important tasks in planning/drafting the specs/requirements for new software, systems integration or system upgrade.
We work with both SQL and NoSQL storages. According to the technical requirements we can use either powerfull, reliable, structured SQL databases or faster-to-draft/scalable/read/write NoSQL storages or a hybrid solution to work with both worlds. Our present and past projects have thus far used Interbase/Firebird, PostgreSQL, Oracle, MS SQL, MySQL/MariaDB RDBMS on the SQL side, and MongoDB and RedisDB on the NoSQL side.

Redis MongoDB PostgreSQL MSSQL Oracle MySql OracleDB

For Web-server applications development

In most cases we use apache, nodes and Nginx/Tengine powered web servers. We use Php, Python, Perl, JavaScript and Lua according to the functionality that we have to implement. For example, we can use different technologies to do best solutions such as long-polling for real-time data exchange and so on. Additionally, we can use the J2SE/J2EE technology stack (JSP/EJB/Spring, Hybernate, SiteMash, Spark/Jetty) technologies for web-server building in Java or modification/upgrade of existing Java-written software systems.

Java Django Python Php Perl Apache Server Nginx

For Web Front-end applications development

We have a wide range of modern instruments in our arsenal for front-end solutions.
Such as: Bootstrap, Node.js, JavaScript, HTML5, Java, .NET, Ruby, Vue.js.

UI Bootstrap Node JS JavaScript HTML5
Java .NET Ruby VueJS

For Telecom

We use both the corporate standart solutions and opensource instruments in our projects. That includes this list? It's such as Dialogic, OpenSS7, Dijium, Sangoma, DMR, FS, Asterisk and Cisco.

Dialogic OpenSS7 Digium Sangoma DMR FS Asterisk Cisco

For UI-UX design

For most functional and usable interface we use our rich experience, modern trends and instruments. But the main factor of successfull interface design is a deep understanding of customer needs.
So, our approach is close cooperation and research stage. We start with Use Cases, User Story, create wireframe prototype and mockups.

MD UI UX Google G Apple

For Clients Application

In order to ensure the smooth operation of the deployed system we are using Zabbix and Dude server monitoring systems.
Besides, modern communication tools such as SMS, Telegram messenger, Matrix help us to inform quickly administrators about the problems. The security of communications between server hardware and the site with employees, if necessary, helps to protect Cisco and Mikrotik equipment, depending on the required speeds and the number of users, using the most modern and persistent encryption standards. Wi-fi access points and controllers of these companies will perfectly support the wireless network. For remote assistance and advice - we use recognized open-source access systems based on VNC, which allow us to look at the PC screen and control it.

Zabbix Mikro Tik

For Game Development

Unity is the great and popular tool for interactive content and creating 3D/2D games.


For Cyber Security

Bro, Wireshark, IDA Pro, ollyDBG, gdb, Evermost, FTK,

Device forensics

Captured traffic forensics

(D)DoS mitigation/protection

Network protocol and application reverse engineering

Traffic interception / individual tracking in both TCP/IP and SS7/Telecom networks

For Development Process Management

Our project management have experience both with traditional project management methods according to PMBOK recommendations with pre-developed detailed specifications and full project documents package, the xUSSR GOST-34 family project planning and management practices, and modern flexible/informal methodologies like Agile, SCRUM and Lean. We can use one or more of those practices for a particular project on the best-fit basis depending on the actual customer needs, contract type and other factors. We use certain instruments that can do project management on the project easy but regulated enough, like the Atlassian project management stack: Jira, Greenhopper/Jira Agile and Crucible.

PMI PMBOK Scrum Jira