In a couple of investment and partnership activities in Myanmar, Malaysia’s OCK Group said it will build 900 more telecom towers for Telenor Myanmar even as Microsoft partners with Shwe Taung Group.
Malaysia’s OCK Group to build towers for Telenor Myanmar
The contract will be up to 12 years and the deal is expected to be sealed by next month, according to the Star Online.
The company has also entered a memorandum of understanding with Telenor Myanmar alongside local partner King Royal Technologies.
Telenor currently has a contractor for building towers, Apollo Towers Myanmar Limited, and Irrawaddy Green Towers, and has about 10 million customers.
Currently, the group’s 70 per cent of shares is of OCK Telco and 30 per cent by Myanmar Integrated Networks Infrastructure Pte Ltd.
Shwe Taung Group partners with Microsoft
Myanmar-based Shwe Taung Group has partnered with Microsoft for the use of enterprise software.
U Aung Zaw Naing, CEO of Shwe Taung Group said, with Microsoft, the organisation would be able to work on a better platform in a more effective and safe way.
The two organisations have agreed upon the core client access license (CAL) and made an enterprise agreement for the use of the Window 10 Enterprise and Office 2016 Professional of Microsoft.
In September, Microsoft also signed a similar agreement with KBZ Group that has an interest in the many businesses including the banking sector.