OCK Group inks MoU with China's CITC


OCK group managing director Sam Ooi Chin Khoon said the MoU taps into both parties strengths and complemented each other's advantages.

KUALA LUMPUR: OCK Group Bhd will work with China Information Technology Designing & Consulting Institute Co. Ltd (CITC) to focus on telecommunication and technology services.

OCK, a telco network solutions provider, said on Thursday the MoU will cover mobile infrastructure and network services including 5G and fibre optic infrastructure & bandwidth leasing.

“The technology services in turn, include but also not limited to, 5G and beyond applications services, Internet of Things and artificial intelligence, ” it said in a statement after the signing of the MoU with CITIC. CITIC is a subsidiary of China United Network Communications Group Co. Ltd (China Unicom).

Under the MoU, CITC will perform technical & market analysis; recommend right proposals and provide end-to-end information network solutions for the construction of telco networks, amongst others.

OCK will provide site access and to engage with the related authorities for all the relevant approvals and licensing.

OCK group managing director Sam Ooi Chin Khoon said the MoU taps into both parties strengths and complemented each other's advantages.

“This is truly a ‘win-win’ for both sides. This signing allows OCK to bring in smart city platforms and applications into Malaysia. In fact, China Unicom has already successfully implemented these platforms and applications in a few cities in China, ” he said.

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