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IPM modernizes Myanmar LAN
The Myanmar Post and Telecommunications (MPT) will modernize and extend its key local telecommunications network. Myanmar's office holder will use Dialogic's smart call management solution and its meeting policemen and mediagateways at several sites across the state. This step is intended to contribute to providing a high-quality experience for users who enter the network.
"When we opened the markets, we were looking for a way to remain highly competetive through geographical coverage, scaleability and unparalleled bandwith optimization," said an MPTO. "Seeing how other operators benefited from Dialogic's technologies, we knew that this was the best way to help MPT modernize our networks while providing a dependable customer service".
There are also indications from domestic resources that MPT will lower its per-minute call charges in reaction to Ooredoo's recent entry-on. The second Myanmar Connect meeting will take place in Nay Pyi Taw on September 16 and 17, 2014.
The Ooredoo switch to Myanmar networks
Ooredoo (formerly Qtel) has introduced speech and file sharing in three of Myanmar's most important municipalities, Mandalay, Nay Pyi Taw and Yangon, as part of the last preparation for the start of operations later this months. Ooredoo will offer a free service package as part of a kick-off campaign, as its reach beyond these three capitals will extend to 68 countries by August 15.
It said it will implement mothers' health care focused service, help the non-banked land and technologies that improve the productive capacity of the country's large agricultural sectors. The Myanmar authorities in June 2013 chose the Telenor and Qatar's Ooredoo group of operators in Norway as the two winning bidders for their national telecom licenses.
Licencees have entered into a mandatory arrangement providing for a geographical cover of at least 75 percent for each language transmission area and state, five years after the entry into force of the license. However, with such low cellular traffic density, the nation thinks there is room for more challenge. In Myanmar, a jointventure called KDDI Summit Global Singapore (KSGS) was used as a means of establishing the KDDI Summit Global Myanmar (KSGM) affiliate.
Myanmar, a south-east-Asian nation, has a cell telephone coverage of about ten percent of a total of about 65 million people and will see an explosion of economic expansion in the area.