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CAT, Symphony sign MoU to leverage their telecom strengths

Jun 12. 2020
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By The Nation

State telecom firm CAT has joined hands with Symphony to provide telecommunication networks and services to meet the needs of customers in the digital age.

CAT Telecom Pcl has signed a memorandum of understanding in business cooperation with Symphony Communication Pcl to integrate current and future telecommunication networks and services of both parties to enhance services to customers and also to maximise the potential for telecommunication network usage and services, the companies said.

Dhanant Subhadrabandhu, senior executive vice president, marketing and service, at CAT Telecom said in a joint statement with Symphony that CAT's mission is not only providing telecommunications network services infrastructure with the highest efficiency of landing and submarine cable systems, CAT also seeks cooperation with telecommunications operators both locally and internationally to increase the potential of telecommunications to meet the needs of customers at all levels, including the exchange of technology and knowledge to jointly push Thailand to the centre of telecommunications technology in the Asean region.

The scope of the MoU is to consolidate both companies’ expertise towards leveraging, sharing and collaborating the existing systems and networks to effectively provide services such as Metro Ethernet, Direct Internet, Voice Service and other services.

Alex Loh, chief operating officer of Symphony, said: "I am delighted to have this strategic collaboration with CAT Telecom, one of the leading national telecommunication and digital service provider in Thailand. "This collaboration intends to have both providers to leverage and optimise our network infrastructure together and expand more services throughout the country. Both companies are also able to share and leverage our strengths in our resources, expertise and infrastructures that will maximise our business growth in the future," he said.

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