OCK inks MoU with CITC for telecommunication, technology services

OCK group managing director Sam Ooi Chin Khoon(pic) said the signing allows OCK to bring in smart city platforms and applications into Malaysia.

PETALING JAYA: OCK Group Bhd has inked a memorandum of understanding with China Information Technology Designing & Consulting Institute Co Ltd (CITC) to collaborate in telecommunication and technology services.

CITC is a subsidiary of China United Network Communications Group Co Ltd (China Unicom). In a statement, OCK said the telecommunication services, include but not limited to, mobile infrastructure and network services including 5G and fibre optic infrastructure and bandwidth leasing.

Meanwhile, the technology services, include but also not limited to, 5G and beyond applications services, Internet of Things and artificial intelligence. CITC is obliged to perform technical and market analysis, recommend right proposals and provide end-to-end information network solutions for the construction of telecommunication networks, amongst others.

OCK in turn is to provide, amongst others, 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 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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