Students and specialists keen to enhance their qualifications will soon be able to train with the most advanced equipment being used by today’s mobile operators. Conferences, seminars and meetings between ZTE specialists and BSUIR teachers are to be used to share experience, and students will be able to take internships within the globally known company.
Chatting with journalists, Mr. Batura noted that the new lab for wireless technology will use 4G and, probably, 5G technology and will be open primarily to students of the Information Radiotechnology Chair at the Radio-engineering and Electronics Department. However, lessons will be available for those studying other specialities. The lab should launch within six months and Mr.
Luhao underlines that it will be the result of a strategic partnership between Belarus and China.
ZTE is part of the ZTE Corporation Group of Companies — a state Chinese telecommunications corporation with more than 30 years of experience. The corporation has been operational within the Belarusian marketplace for a decade, opening two training centres: at the Belarusian State Academy of Communications, and at the Belarusian State University.
By Vladimir Velikhov