Summit on indoor coverage digitalization held in Myanmar

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YANGON, May 24 (Xinhua) -- The Myanmar Indoor Coverage Digitalization Summit was held Friday in Yangon, featuring in-depth discussions on promoting indoor coverage digital transformation and to standardize the country's ICS/FTTX industry.

The summit was jointly organized by the Federation of Myanmar Engineering Societies (Fed. MES) and China's telecoms company Huawei.

"In the 5G era, indoor networks with all its benefits and increasing prominence, will become integral to how high-value mobile networks are run. Only digitalized coverage could provide more innovative services, faster data transfer rates, flexible network expansion, efficient E2E (Exchange to Exchange) operation, and smooth 5G evolution," Zhang Liman, chief executive officer of Huawei Myanmar told the event.

He also highlighted that digitalized indoor networks are also critical for establishing smart cities and indoor coverage digitalization is the inevitable future of the industry.

U Aung Myint, chairman of Fed. MES, stressed the need of technical support in the country's real estate, telecom and other sectors for digitalization and indoor coverage as current indoor experiences do not meet the expectations, especially in large-scale complexes, despite the people's demand for high-quality network services.

On April 22, the Fed. MES and Huawei signed a two-year memorandum of understanding (MoU) for cooperation in ICT sector to promote the development and release of indoor coverage and FTTH (fibre to home) standard as well as in specific areas of developing cloud, e-learning, certification programs and internship programs. Enditem

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