free download PNG images :Odnoklassniki

Odnoklassniki, (Russian: Однокласники; English: classmatters) is a social network service for students and old friends. It is very popular in Russia and the former Soviet Republic. The site was developed by Albert popkov and launched on March 4, 2006.

The site currently has more than 200 million registered users and 45 million independent visitors a day. Users must be at least seven years old to register for an account. [4] Odnoklassniki is currently ranked 56th in the global Alexa Internet traffic ranking and 7th in Russia. Odnoklassniki earned $3.3 million in the first quarter of 2008.

The site has been online for at least eight years. Compared with the Internet average, Thirty five percent of users are under the age of 35, often earning less than $30000, and have graduate degrees and home browsing. The site is particularly popular among users in Uzbekistan (second), Kyrgyzstan (fourth) and Georgia (fourth).

trusteeship The server is located in Moscow, Russia. The server is on the golden telecom network. The programming language used on the website is Java, and the main language used for the text content of the website is Russian. The site uses the Apache Tomcat web server.

The site won RuNet awards in 2006 and 2007.

In February 2008, i-cd, a British company, accused Albert popkov of infringing its copyright. According to i-cd, Albert popkov, as an employee of i-cd, worked on its projects and passado until he resigned in November 2005. In December 2006, the company raised 10 million euros to expand passado in Russia. It is said that Albert popkov created his own site with proprietary information, which is very similar to passado. He denied the charges, but was later dismissed as managing director by odnoklassniki. In November 2009, after the first day of the trial in the Royal Court of London, i-cd completely abandoned all charges against Albert popkov and odnoklassniki, after Albert popkov and odnoklassniki agreed to pay an undisclosed cash to i-cd to settle the case against them.

Vedomosti announced on September 15, 2008 that Albert popkov, founder and major shareholder of odnoklassniki, had sold control of the network to The owner of Digital Sky Technologies (DST). DST and its subsidiary forticom control 58% of the network. At a press conference the day before, it was announced that the interface of the network would be converted to Azerbaijani.

In 2012, venture village named the website "top ten Russian Internet brands conquering the world"