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Best telecom project. For the second year in a row, Smart Communications Inc. received the award for Best Community Telecom Project at the 16th Telecom Asia Awards in Kuala Lumpur. The awards recognizes innovative and outstanding performance by Asian service providers and industry executives. Smart got the award for its leading role in helping develop the Android mobile application for the Project NOAH (Nationwide Operational Assessment of Hazards) Web site of the Science Department and the weather bureau, which provides updated weather information and storm alerts. Shown (from left) are John Tanner, Telecom Asia group technology editor and judge at the awards rites; Mon Isberto, Smart public affairs head; and Joseph Waring, Telecom Asia group editor and head of judges of the awards program.

For the second year in a row, Smart Communications Inc. received the award for Best Community Telecom Project at the 16th Telecom Asia Awards in Kuala Lumpur. The awards recognizes innovative and outstanding performance by Asian service providers and industry executives. Smart got the award for its leading role in helping develop the Android mobile application for the Project NOAH (Nationwide Operational Assessment of Hazards) Web site of the Science Department and the weather bureau, which provides updated weather information and storm alerts. Shown (from left) are John Tanner, Telecom Asia group technology editor and judge at the awards rites; Mon Isberto, Smart public affairs head; and Joseph Waring, Telecom Asia group editor and head of judges of the awards program.

 
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