Myanmar Connect 2016: In the Future, Even Water Buffalo Will Be Online

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Myanmars mobile network is closing in on nearly 100% population coverage, and is striving for ever increasing geographical coverage. So much so that even future generations of water buffalo in remote areas will be tracked online as part of the “internet of things”, said Lars Erik Tellmann, CEO of Telenor Myanmar.

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(Nay Pyi Taw, 14 September 2016) – Myanmar’s mobile network is closing in on nearly 100% population coverage, and is striving for ever increasing geographical coverage. So much so that even future generations of water buffalo in remote areas will be tracked online as part of the “internet of things”, said Lars Erik Tellmann, CEO of Telenor Myanmar.

He was speaking at the 4th annual Myanmar Connect telecommunications conference, where over 400 delegates from nearly 200 organizations gathered in Nay Pyi Taw’s Myanmar International Convention Centre (MICC2).

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