iFLYTEK Vice President Jiang and Regional CCCC Deputy General Manager Liu Sign the Strategic Partnership Agreement

iFLYTEK Signs Strategic Cooperation Framework Agreement with China Communications Construction Company

iFLYTEK and the Guangdong-Hong Kong-Macao Regional Headquarters of China Communications Construction Company (CCCC) signed a strategic cooperation framework agreement in Guangzhou on October 13. Liu Jia, the Deputy General Manager of the CCCC regional headquarters, and Jiang Dianhong, the Vice President of iFLYTEK, attended the ceremony to sign the agreement.

iFLYTEK Vice President Jiang and Regional CCCC Deputy General Manager Liu Sign the Strategic Partnership Agreement
[iFLYTEK Vice President Jiang and Regional CCCC Deputy General Manager Liu Sign the Strategic Partnership Agreement]

The agreement stipulates that the two parties will carry out comprehensive, multi-field, and in-depth cooperation in areas including the building of smart city infrastructure, smart parks, smart transportation, digital twin cities, urban upgrading, and industry-city integration within the Guangdong-Hong Kong-Macao Greater Bay Area as part of a joint effort to advance the development of the Greater Bay Area.

CCCC Deputy General Manager Liu welcomed the iFLYTEK delegation and discussed the development of his company prior to the signing. He further expressed optimism that the strategic cooperation agreement would combine each party’s strengths and complement each other’s advantages, in smart city infrastructure, and other scenarios of artificial intelligence application, to accelerate the digital transformation of the construction industry and promote digital economic development.

iFLYTEK Vice President Jiang thanked the CCCC for its long-term support for and trust in iFLYTEK. He said that the signing of the strategic cooperation agreement would bring the mutual cooperation into a new stage. He specifically highlighted the potential to strengthen cooperation in smart buildings, smart parks, and digital transformation to integrate artificial intelligence with the real economy.

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