Huawei inks 4G agreement with Star Digital

10 May 2016

Chinese equipment vendor Huawei Technologies has reportedly signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) with Star Digital MUDS TV, a Cambodian telecoms and media consultancy firm, writes the Phnom Penh Post. According to the report, Huawei agreed to provide telecoms equipment and services to Star Digital to support the implementation of a 4G network. TeleGeography’s GlobalComms Database states that Star Digital previously provided WiMAX services in Cambodia via its Emaxx unit, which was acquired by KeyBridge International (Hong Kong) Investment in 2014. Emaxx was subsequently rebranded as Kingtel and relaunched as a TD-LTE and fibre-optic services provider in early 2016.

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