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    Perhaps I am wrong for this... Although this IS a site focused on the discussion of the Armenian Genocide, and we try to keep with that focus - I just thought it would be nice to break that up once in a while, to remind us about the other things going on in the region. So, just so you Turkies see this isn't all that we have going on, here is an article on a postive note: ENJOY!


    YEREVAN, JUNE 27. ARMINFO. General Director of world leader in
    the sphere of e-design of automatized technologies - the American
    company of Synopsys Aart de Gese gave certificates 64 graduates of
    the training center Synopsys-Armenia on June 26, which jointly with
    the Yerevan Engineering Institute founded Department on training of
    chip-design specialists.

    "Armenia attracts us rather the high qualification of man power
    than its cheapness", Gese told journalists. He mentioned that the
    Synopsys is represented in 60 countries and it is implementing
    joint educational projects with 400 universities. According to him,
    Armenia is the only TransCaucasian republic, where IT technologies are
    developing. "In Georgia and Azerbaijan we have not noticed presence
    of high technologies", he said.

    Vahram Muradian, Director of Synopsys-Armenia, which supplies
    components and chips to Taiwan, informed ARMINFO that the company
    continues to increase the export volumes.

    Secretary of the information technologies assistance fund of Armenian
    government Armen Grigorian informed journalists, the positive dynamics
    in the sphere was continued this year. So, the number of people
    engaged in the sphere of IT-technologies increased by 20%. Now about
    5,000 specialists work in the sphere of IT-technologies in Armenia.
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