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|PHNOM PENH Black Panthers Jersey , Aug. 21 (Xinhua) -- Cambodia's mobiletelecommunications company Smart Axiata, in partnership with globalICT solutions provider Huawei, launched the 4.5G network inCambodia on Monday.
Cambodian Minister of Posts and Telecommunications Tram Iv Teksaid Smart Axiata was the first telecom operator that introduced4.5G evolution technology to Cambodia.
"This latest evolution of mobile technology will enablesubscribers to enjoy better and faster mobile internet," he saidduring the launching ceremony. "Fast access to the internet isindeed an important tool in developing a digital economy."
In Cambodia, about 45 percent of the population is stilloffline, the minister said, adding that the country expected that100 percent of the urban dwellers and 80 percent of the ruraldwellers would use the Internet by 2020.
Thomas Hundt, chief executive officer of Smart Axiata, said 4.5Gnetwork is capable of providing an Internet speed 8 times higherthan that of 4G.
"We strive to be the most progressive telco in the country.Smart will continue to seek new and better ways to ensure oursubscribers receive the best possible service," he said. "Afterbeing the first telco introducing 4G LTE in Cambodia in 2014, 4G+in 2016, and now 4.5G, and 5G is surely not far away."
Industry experts expect the first commercial launch offull-fledged 5G to happen in 2020.
Li Xiongwei, chief executive officer of Huawei TechnologiesCambodia, said Huawei was very pleased to cooperate with Smart tolaunch 4.5G and to bring Cambodia closer to next generationtechnology.
"The 4.5G will certainly bring significant network improvementsfrom today's 4G network, while acting as a bridge for future mobiledata applications when 5G is launched in the future," he said.
Cambodia has six mobile phone operators and about 30 Internetservice providers.
According to the Ministry of Posts and Telecommunications,approximately 8 million out of the country's 15 million people havenow access to the Internet. Enditem
BAGHDAD, Aug. 13 (Xinhua) -- Iraqi Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi on Sunday called on all countries in the Middle East to stop the sectarian polarization which serves the terror of Islamic State (IS) group.
Abadi's comment came during his meeting with a delegation led by Bahraini Foreign Minister Sheikh Khalid bin Ahmed Al Khalifa, who arrived in the capital Baghdad earlier in the day, Abadi's office said in a statement.
The two officials discussed enhancing bilateral relations in various fields, as well as the situation in the region and the combat against terrorism.
Abadi pointed out "the importance of concerted efforts of all countries in the region and the world to address the terror of Daesh (IS group)" during the meeting in his office.
For his part, Al Khalifa congratulated Abadi for the liberation of Mosul and the victory over IS militants. He also expressed his country's support with Iraq in its war against terrorism.
The Bahraini minister also met with Iraq President Fuad Massoum, who reiterated "Iraq's desire to develop relations and cooperation with" Bahrain and the rest of the Gulf countries on the ground of common interests, Massoum's office said in a statement.
In response, Al Khalifa said his country "looks forward to strengthening bilateral relations and expanding cooperation with Iraq," adding that "his visit will open new horizons for communication and joint action."
Later in the day, Iraqi Foreign Minister Ibrahim al-Jaafari held a meeting with his Bahraini counterpart.
"Whoever believes that the war against terrorist gangs has ended, he is wrong because the war against terrorism today is a global war targeting civilians everywhere in the world," Jaafari was quoted as saying in a statement issued by the foreign ministry after the meeting.
Jaafari called for continued security and intelligence cooperation to prevent the spread of terrorism, according to the statement.
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MELBOURNE, Feb. 18 (Xinhua) -- Australia's most iconic stadium, the Melbourne Cricket Ground (MCG), will build a skywalk allowing tourists a panoramic view of the venue and surrounding city from 70 meters above ground.
The project, announced on Thursday by the Victorian government, will cost an estimated 1.8 million U.S. dollars and also encompasses the potential installation of a zip line across the MCG's roof, shooting thrill-seekers across the ground - from scoreboard to scoreboard - in seconds.
Already one of Australia's most popular tourist's attractions, the MCG is expected to pull in thousands more people during its quieter, non-playing periods with the new features.
Construction of the skywalk, which will also give customers a full view of the Melbourne Park sports precinct and entire city, is expected to begin at some stage during 2016 and take around 12 months to complete.
However, the design of the walk above the 100,000 seat stadium is yet to be finalized.
The Victorian government - which last year launched a new tourist campaign, Visit Victoria, will contribute more than 450,000 U.S. dollars to the project.
Victoria's Sports Minister John Eren said the new walk would rival the Sydney Harbour Bridge Climb, a tourist draw which has attracted more than 3 million people since it opened.
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