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telecommunication

The transmission of auditory signals and other data to a remote site by hard-wired or antenna-based signals.
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But Philippine lawmakers have raised concerns that the expected entry of Chinese telecoms firms could threaten national security, as the two countries spar over the resource rich South China Sea.
HONG KONG, July 3, 2018 - (ACN Newswire) - CITIC Telecom International CPC Limited ("CITIC Telecom CPC"), a wholly owned subsidiary of CITIC Telecom International Holdings Limited (SEHK:1883), is honored to announce the winning of two awards - "The Cloud Infrastructure Award" at the Asia Communication Awards (ACA) 2018 and "Best Managed Services Provider" at Telecom Asia Awards 2018, which applauds and recognizes the company for its dedication to deliver top-notch cloud infrastructure and best-in-class managed services to its customers.
"This partnership with China Telecom Global reflects the strong global demand for world-class network services across Africa.
Owned by the Chinese government, China Telecom is the third biggest mobile phone company in China after China Mobile and China Unicom, both are also state-owned, according to a May 2017 report of DBS Group Research.
As of 2016, China Telecom has more than 4,700 overseas employees, with branches and offices in 30 countries and regions, most of which are along the Belt and Road.
According to the sources, cited by Reuters, Telefonica would seek to force a sale of Telecom Italia's unit Tim Brasil Servicos e Participacoes SA next year.
The conference is dedicated to addressing topics such as revenue opportunities for telecom operators, value-added services market, deregulation, as well as investments in telecom infrastructure, cloud-ready networks and the emergence of Web 2.
Bichara's remarks came during a visit to Lebanon aimed at keeping abreast with changes in the Lebanese telecom environment, exploring avenues for growth, and reviewing the progress of Alfa, managed by Orascom Telecom since February 2009, as well as the upcoming plans Orascom Telecom has for the Lebanese market.
Additionally, Telecom Italia is unconnected with and did not take part in the proceedings that led to the rulings against which it is appealing, the company said.
The entry of Wana, a telecoms venture launched by Moroccan national conglomerate ONA, has intensified competition to former monopoly Maroc Telecom, which is 53-percent owned by French media and telecoms group Vivendi and Meditel.
AaAaAa Maroc Telecom said it was declared successful tenderer after having issued a 252 million-euro bid, far ahead of Sudan's Sudatel which offered 110 million euros, and Portugal Telecom with 80 million euros.