About two hundred Papua New Guineas will now be able to undertake technical studies in China, thanks to Huawei Technology.
Huawei Group Chief Executive Officer Cathy Meng saidthe trainees will learn about Huawei’sInternational Strategies underthe watchful eyes of some of its professionals.
The Group madethe announcement duringthe signing of a contract between TelikoPNG and Huawei Technology to deliver high speed broadband.
The National Beoadband Network Contract or NBe signifies a leap forward for TelikoPNG’sincethe analog days of telecommunications.
The K600 million project will provide new services such as e-Health, e – Education, digital TV and e-government applications.
Huawei Technology will developthe necessary infrastructure to ensure people access Telikom’services at a faster rate and provide new fixed and mobile broadband services acrossthe country.
Cathy Meng saidthe concept has been adopted bythe world over and has significantly improverd government’services.
TelikoPNG Group Chief Executive Officer Mahesh Patel saidthe NBe Project will also include a 4th Generation or 4G mobile broadband service to major urban centres; one that’s in line withthe government’s Vision 2050 to make affordable information and communications technology or ICT reach all parts ofthe country.
Public Enterprise & StateInvestment Minister Ben Micah was emotional aboutthe news, stating that at least TelikoPNG will now be able to be at par or beatthe services currently being provided by DigicePNG.
After from improving telecommunications infrastructure, Huawei Group also plans to create an annual budget for local sustainable projects.