Cisco’s VP Dave West has stated that technology plays an integral part in driving more equal and inclusive opportunities to underserved communities and populations
Popular tech giant Cisco has recently made an announcement that it is partnering with the Thai government to accelerate digitalization. The new move comes under the country’s latest Country Digital Acceleration (CDA) program to support technologies in regards to smart city solutions, connected healthcare, 5G for enterprises, and cybersecurity. Cisco’s VP Dave West has stated that technology plays an integral part in driving more equal and inclusive opportunities to underserved communities and populations. The hybrid event was attended by the country’s Digital Economy and Society minister Chaiwut Thanakamanusorn.
Under the latest deal, Cisco is committed to providing expertise and resources along with global administration. Previously, the tech giant had trained more than 65k students, and now more than 6,700 students have enrolled for a variety of network academy programs. Under the latest CDA program, Cisco will diligently support the connected healthcare effort. During the pandemic, it is very important to ensure good quality healthcare can be delivered to everyone no matter their location. Under the 5G for enterprises effort, new solutions will be tested to add more value to the enterprises and improve the network experience for all their consumers.