According to a recent press release, The Hengqin New District Management Committee and one of Hong Kong’s leading telecommunications services providers signed a cooperation agreement.
The two sides will seize the opening opportunities of the Hong Kong-Zhuhai-Macao Bridge and the development of the Dawan District, and accelerate the cooperation of Guangdong-Hong Kong-Macao communication and technological innovation.
Hengqin is 34 nautical miles from Hong Kong and offers huge trade and business opportunities. It has a superior geographical position with an area of 106.46 square kilometres. It takes about one hour by Hong Kong to pass the newly completed Hong Kong-Zhuhai-Macao Bridge.
According to the cooperation agreement, the two sides carried out in-depth cooperation on the Internet of Things, smart city development and artificial intelligence projects.
The telecommunication company will set up a wholly-owned subsidiary in Hengqin New District, and strived to build a “two platforms, two bases and three centres”, focusing on building an innovative IoT smart city R&D service platform and an international IoT management platform to build an artificial intelligence training for Guangdong, Hong Kong and Macau.
Base, artificial intelligence Guangdong, Hong Kong and Macao international cooperation R&D training demonstration base, operating domestic sales centre, domestic settlement centre, and international operation and maintenance centre.
The telecommunications company is the international business unit of Hong Kong Telecom, Hong Kong’s premier telecommunications company. Hong Kong Telecom provides a wide range of telecommunications services in Hong Kong.
The company and its global network cover more than 3,000 cities and 150 countries around the world, providing a comprehensive range of global communications solutions covering most of the countries on the Belt and Road.
The telecommunications company is headquartered in Hong Kong and has centres in Australia, Belgium, China, France, Greece, Japan, South Korea, Singapore, South Africa, United Arab Emirates, the United Kingdom and the United States.
To reiterate, the main company leading the charge of the region’s development is one of Hong Kong’s largest and most reputed telecommunications services provider of Hong Kong Telecom’s international business unit.
The company offers a comprehensive range of global communications solutions through its communications facilities covering more than 3,000 cities in 150 countries, including transmission, applications and tailor-made solutions from the optional Connect Connect digital platform.
The other company co-leading the development is Hong Kong’s leading telecommunications service provider and a leading provider of fixed-line, broadband and mobile telecommunications services, providing a wide range of services to meet the needs of the public, local and international business community, including local calls, local data and broadband, international telecommunications, mobile communications, and customer equipment sales, outsourcing services, consultancy services and customer contact centers and other telecommunications services.
The group offers a unique “four-in-one” experience in Hong Kong, in conjunction with its parent company to deliver media content through Hong Kong Telecom’s fixed-line, broadband Internet and mobile communications platforms.
Hong Kong Telecom also offers a range of innovative and smart living services beyond transmission, making it easy for customers to stay at home, in the office or outdoors.