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edotco Cambodia is exclusive In-Building Solution provider for ‘The Bridge’

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edotco Cambodia is exclusive In-Building Solution provider for ‘The Bridge’

Advanced solutions to provide seamless connectivity in nation’s tallest residential complex

Phnom Penh, 28 May 2018: Edotco (Cambodia) Co., Ltd. (“edotco Cambodia”) have been appointed by Pixled Media International (Cambodia) Co., Ltd. (“PixLed”) as the exclusive In-Building Solution (IBS) provider for The Bridge. Over a period of three months, edotco Cambodia designed, supplied and deployed the IBS aimed at providing improved network coverage in the building. The Bridge is currently the tallest high-rise apartment complex in the country.

Through its advanced solutions, edotco Cambodia have deployed a network of antennas to improve and extend wireless coverage within the building, enabling mobile operators to provide fast, stable and reliable 2G, 3G, 4G and 4.5G services in the building.

Phillip Wong, Chief Regional Officer, Growth Markets, edotco Group said: “Cambodia is a market with enormous growth potential. We continuously look for ways to enhance network coverage through innovative approaches and provide special structures that suit specific connectivity needs. This move signals a breakthrough for the local IBS market here and we are thrilled to embark on our first IBS project in Cambodia. We already have operators who are keen to utilize the solution and expect services to be available from June.”

“edotco Cambodia is the third country to deploy IBS among the countries in which edotco Group has a presence. We are following Malaysia and Myanmar, and believe our innovative IBS solutions are able to meet increased coverage and capacity demands” he added.

Strategically located in a prime city area, The Bridge is a new project that is a stone’s throw from the Tonle Sap, Mekong and Bassac rivers. Covering over 45-storeys, the IBS installation is designed to provide an enhanced customer experience for mobile users within The Bridge.

Since the start of its operations in May 2012, edotco Cambodia has been providing communications infrastructure services in the country. Some of its offerings include Ground Based Sites, Rooftop Sites, Custom Built Sites and Cellular-on-Wheels (COW).

About edotco Cambodia
Edotco (Cambodia) Co., Ltd., was launched as an independent business in 2013 and is part of the Malaysia-based Axiata Group, one of Asia’s leading telecommunications groups, with Mobile Telephone, Network infrastructure and Digital Internet companies, serving approximately 290 million sub-scribers in 10 countries across the region. edotco Cambodia is constantly expanding its operations, currently owning and operating more than 2,200 telecom towers throughout Cambodia.

For media enquiries, please contact:

Edotco (Cambodia) Co., Ltd.
Building #1B, St.598, S/K.Toul Sangke, Khan Russey Keo, Phnom Penh, Cambodia.
Tel: +855 10 209 999

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