Pars Online

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Pars Online.
Type Private
Genre Internet Service Provider
Founded Tehran, Iran (1999)
Headquarters Tehran, Iran
Number of locations 28
Area served Iran
Key people Abdollah Fateh
Majid Emami
Employees 550[citation needed]
Website ParsOnline.com

Pars Online is an Iranian Internet Service Provider, based in Tehran, Iran. Founded in 1999 by two Iranian entrepreneurs, Pars Online has over 550 employees[citation needed].

Pars Online is the largest private ISP in Iran[citation needed], providing a full range of ISP services for both residential and business customers.

Products and services[edit]

Pars was the first company in Iran to be awarded a PAP license (allowing them to deploy ADSL)[citation needed], and also hold a VSAT license[citation needed], allowing them to sell VSAT services.

Offices, Coverage and Representation[edit]

Head office is in central Tehran, although Pars Online has many POP's around Tehran and Iran, in addition to agencies in other major cities[citation needed].

Pars Online offer ADSL and/or other services in the following cities: Ahvaz, Arak, Asalouyeh, Babol, Bandar Abbas, Birjand, Bojnourd (also spelt Bojnoord or Bujnurd), Bushehr, Esfahan (also spelt Isfahan), Qom (also spelt Ghom), Hamedan, Karaj, Kerman, Kermanshah, Mashad, Pardis, Orumieh, Qazvin (also spelt Ghazvin), Rasht, Sanandaj, Sari, Shahriar, Shiraz, Tabriz, Tehran, Yazd, Zahedan and Zanjan.[citation needed]

Data Center[edit]

Pars Online has established the first private Data center in Iran[citation needed], at Pardis Technology Park in Pardis, 20 km outside greater Tehran.

Competition[edit]

According to United Nation's report on Post Report of Iran, Paronline along with Afranet and Neda are in major competition in VOIP services.[1] Parsonline is in major competition with Afranet, Shatel, Sepanta, Neda Rayaneh [2] and other local ISPs

External links[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ [1] Post Report for Iran
  2. ^ [2] a look at 6 Iranian ISPs