Pakistan Telecommunication Authority (PTA) in collaboration with GSMA and the Central Asian Cellular Forum (CACF) recently held a two day capacity building training workshop on ‘Advanced Spectrum Management for Mobile Telecommunications.’
The conference was held at the PTA headquarters in Islamabad, the workshop was part of PTA’s strategic agreement to conduct a series of workshops in the region. PTA, GSMA & CACF Organized Workshop on Advanced Spectrum Management for Mobile Telecommunications
Experts from GSMA conducted the workshop at PTA Headquarters to enhance the policy and regulatory environment for the successful growth of spectrum in Pakistan. On the occasion, Chairman PTA, Muhammad Naveed also thanked the GSMA team for taking out time to visit Pakistan for this workshop and sharing their knowledge and experience. He also added that PTA is in the process of redrafting regulatory framework and its opportune time to take advantage of the recommendations by GSMA.
Furthermore, at the workshop GSMA Christian Gomez, Director Spectrum Policy APAC also discussed case studies of regulatory environment and sector forces driving spectrum allocation and assignment in APAC.
The workshop was also part of the training session under the strategic agreement to deliver GSMA course content in several countries across Central Asia including Pakistan, Afghanistan, Azerbaijan, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Tajikistan, Turkmenistan and Uzbekistan signed by GSMA Capacity Building Program and the Central Asian Cellular Forum (CACF).
Reference links: 3gca.org