Ntegrator enters MOU with China Mobile to develop 5G infrastructure in Southeast Asia

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Communications network specialist and systems integrator Ntegrator has signed a non-binding memorandum of understanding (MOU) with Chinese telco giant China Mobile to collaborate on securing and developing IT and telecommunications projects, including for 5G infrastructure, in Southeast Asia, the company said in a filing to SGX Tuesday.

Under the partnership, China Mobile will tap Ntegrator’s regional experience in providing 5G preliminary work on developing, upgrading and maintenance of China Mobile’s 5G telecommunications assets in Southeast Asia, the filing said.

China Mobile had invested 50.2 billion yuan in 5G in the first half of this year, demonstrating a commitment to expanding its 5G networks and infrastructure, Ntegrator noted.

“We are confident that Ntegrator will be a valuable partner given our track record in developing and executing 5G infrastructure projects plus our regional on-the-ground experience especially in Singapore, Vietnam and Myanmar,” Christian Kwok-Leun Yau Heilesen, executive director of Ntegrator, said in the statement.

Ntegrator’s core businesses include the design, installation and implementation of data, video, fiber optics, wireless and cellular network infrastructure and voice-communication systems.