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ZTE shows off its 'livelihood digitalization solutions'

F.Y. Teng | March 25, 2013
The global communications tech provider unveiled a selection of comprehensive public sector offerings at e-Gov Africa 2013.

Shenzhen, PRC-based global provider of carrier and enterprise class communication technologies, ZTE Corporation, announced on Monday (March 25) the launch of its series of 'e-government livelihood digitalization solutions' at the 7th e-Gov Africa Forum< http://www.cto.int/events/upcoming-events/e-government-africa/>, currently running (March 25-27, 2013) in Uganda.

According to ZTE executives, the four major solutions being launched at the event are: an e-health solution for "intelligent hospitals, disease surveillance, telemedicine, and drug supervision"; an e-education solution "that uses a cloud platform, multimedia teaching system, remote education system and unified communication technologies to improve the educational infrastructure construction"; an "intelligent transportation solution that uses advanced cloud computing, information convergence, data communication transmission, remote control, and computer processing technologies"; and, an "EID solution that uses RFID technology to carry encrypted personal information safely and efficiently [and that] be widely used in population management, banking, health care, education and other fields."

Representatives of the company also pointed out on Monday that their company had "a long history of providing African nations with technology services."

"In education, for example, ZTE provided deployment and consulting services on e-education solutions to Egypt, Ethiopia, Nigeria, Mozambique, and other countries with great success," they said in a statement to the press. "In Egypt, ZTE constructed an education network that covers 27 provinces, synchronises images, voice and data among multimedia classrooms, and allows sharing of high-quality education resources. A total of 700,000 people have used the system, for savings of more than eight million dollars."

 

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