On 21-22 Oct, CTG participated in Future Cities Asia Forum in Kuala Lumpur to share its successful experience in smart city construction to more than 100 participants from EU, Malaysia, Singapore, Hong Kong and Indonesia, with a focus on how to solve and avoid security, environmental and traffic problems in modern cities.
In ITU Budapest 2015, Ke Ruiwen, EVP of CT, explained to Viktor Orban, Prime Minister of Hungary, and Houlin Zhao, Director of ITU, CTG’s the Belt and Road development, in particular the Four Corridors construction for Eurasia information network, as well as "Eight Vertical and Six Horizontal" for Africa national fiber backbone, which covers more than 60 countries and regions to connect the world.
8-9 September, CTG participated as an exhibitor in Capacity Africa. MEA division had key meetings with operators as Safaricom, Wananchi, Orange, STC and established a communication mechanism with Congo Telecom as well, which is a breakthrough in MEA regional development.
On 9-10th Sept, Donald Tan, EVP of CTG led his team to participate in the 18th Submarine Networks World Forum in Singapore and introduced CTG’s vision on global network and business development, as well as the key submarine cable projects, to more than 150 major operators and contractors to explore future global cooperation model and development.
The 12th expansion project for APCN2 submarine cable has been RFS on 24th Sep 2015. This provides additional 29*100Gb/s and 90*10Gb/s transmission capacity to China Telecom and is of a great supplement to CT Asia-Pacific transmission system capability.