The MoU signed for upscaling of telecommunication services will allow the two organizations to expand their collaboration between research, education, and innovation. This collaboration will benefit the public in several ways. For one, it will enable both parties to increase the number of publications and events. It will also allow them to share best practices and innovations in the field of telecommunications. This MoU will be particularly beneficial to develop countries that are facing economic challenges.
Another major benefit of the MoU is that it will facilitate multi-level cooperation between the telecom players. It will also facilitate resource efficiency and the expansion of telecom services. The two parties will also collaborate in passive network sharing, which will help both parties to develop their networks. The MoU will also facilitate the backhaul support of PTCL’s Fixed Wireless Access service through its 3500 MHz spectrum. This will allow the two organizations to launch a fixed wireless access service in mountainous areas.
In addition to facilitating upscaling of telecom services, the MoU will facilitate collaboration among telecom players on different levels. Specifically, it will enable the two organizations to share passive network resources. For example, SCO will provide backhaul support to PTCL for its Fixed Wireless Access service in AJK and GB through the 3500 MHz spectrum. Further, both organizations will offer fiber assets for redundancy and backup purposes. The two organizations will also jointly build access networks in the cantonments.
Under the MoU, both organizations will work together on a number of projects that benefit both parties. The agreement will foster multi-level collaboration and the growth of telecom services. The two organizations will cooperate in the development of innovative technology and infrastructure. They will share their expertise in the field of telecommunications. They will also provide supplementary information and training to each other. The MoU also stipulates that they must not subcontract any of their services and must meet the standards stipulated in relevant state legislation.
The MoU will ensure that both parties use qualified personnel to perform their tasks. Both companies will ensure that they do not subcontract their employees or offer inferior services. They will provide technical support and backhaul support to the respective entities. In addition, they will jointly build access networks in cantonments. They will collaborate on a number of other joint ventures. There are also several technical collaborations between the two companies.
The MoU will provide services to rural areas, including rural areas. It will also provide infrastructure and telecommunications equipment for these projects. Both companies will also cooperate on the use of fiber assets. The agreement will provide the services required to connect with other cities and other towns and villages. They will share their expertise to ensure the upscaling of telecom services in the future. The MoU will also help them modernize their communication networks.
The MoU was signed to explore the collaborative opportunities between the two organizations. The two organizations will focus on AJK and GB areas. During the signing ceremony, PTCL President Hatem Bamatraf and the DG of SCO Muhammad Shahid Siddeeq signed the MoU. The two companies will also continue to cooperate in other areas. The agreement will be beneficial to both organizations and the public.
The MoU aims to facilitate multilevel cooperation between telecom companies and government organizations and promote resource efficiency. It will facilitate collaboration through the sharing of fiber assets and will enable the companies to offer similar services. It will also ensure that the Telecommunications Services meet the relevant standards and regulations set by the state. If the MoU is signed in AJK and GB, it will be effective in enhancing the quality of life for the local people there.
The MoU also aims to modernize the communication networks of both organizations. It will also allow for the cost of equipment to be lowered. As a result, the MoU is expected to benefit the country’s least developed regions. Furthermore, it will help the organizations to collaborate on a variety of initiatives, such as sharing fiber assets. The cooperation between the two organizations will provide more jobs and strengthen the country’s economy.