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China's Huawei to set up training centers in Indonesia

Source:   Time:

Chinese telecommunication giant Huawei planned to establish two major training centers and a Research & Development (R&D) center here, a senior Huawei official said here on Thursday.

Huawei tech Investment President Director Ma Yue said that the planned training centers are expected to graduate 1,500 credible Indonesian telecommunication technicians each year.

"Huawei becomes one of the three largest telecommunication vendors in Indonesia in the last few years, particularly for wireless market," Ma said, referring to the business of the Shenzhen, China-based telecommunication vendor that has been operating in Indonesia since 2000.

Ma said that after receiving Wireless Telecom Equipment of the year 2009 award from prominent business consulting institution Frost & Sullivan for its tremendous success in its business in Indonesia in the last 12 months.

According to Ma, Huawei has supplied telecommunication equipment for 9 mobile telecommunications operators operating in Indonesia to develop their GSM (Global System for Mobile) and Code Division Multiple Access (CDMA) telecommunication networks.

Huawei had just signed a contract worth 1.3 trillion rupiah (about 138 million U.S. dollars) with the Telkomsel, the mobile telecommunication arm of state-run telecommunication firm PT Telkomsel, to develop Telkomsel's High Speed Packet Access Plus (HSPA+) mobile network.

Huawei operates ten offices outside the capital city of Jakarta, 17 telecommunication parts centers and employs 1,200 Indonesian workers at the moment, he said.

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