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CAT shows off CDMA system

SIPA and Software Park Thailand organize seminar

Largest seafood source in Chiang Mai is at Anusarn Market

CAT shows off CDMA system

Nopniwat Krailerg

Dr. Wichai Deejaroenkul, wireless business department manager of CAT Telecom spoke on CDMA.

A new multimedia communication system has been brought to Chiang Mai by CAT Telecom. Called the CDMA system and Network Station it was demonstrated at their Northern service branch in Chiang Mai.

The CDMA system covers Entertainment, Education and Live Monitoring and graphically illustrated just what this high speed media connection was able to produce, by delivering a massive amount of information smoothly and rapidly.

After the demonstration of CDMA’s abilities, Pisan Jophochana-udom, CAT Telecom representative said that he hoped that those present would vouch for CDMA’s ability in the workplace and would disseminate the efficiency of the Multimedia Communication demonstration on the CDMA network for those three kinds of service.

It is now ready to go into commercial service and is to have a “Soft Launch”, for the first period in Chiang Mai, Phitsanulok, Nakhon Ratchasima, Had Yai and Surat Thani. They will cover 51 provinces with 800 sites by March, 2006, with more network stations to be added, for further coverage of the whole country, by the end of this year.

SIPA and Software Park Thailand organize seminar

Preeyanoot Jittawong

Software Industry Promotion Agency (SIPA), Chiang Mai Office cooperated with Software Park Thailand to promote awareness of the importance of attaining IT certification and improving the Thai software industry’s standard to international level.

The Information Technology Certification is the international benchmark to test the proficiency of any person working in the various fields of IT, such as network systems, database management, or software development.

Lectures were given by leading experts of internationally well known companies, sharing their knowledge and experience. They stressed the need for qualification of staff in the IT industry; highlighting the benefits that would come to individuals and employers in achieving specialized technology certification.

Largest seafood source in Chiang Mai is at Anusarn Market

Preeyanoot Jittawong

Tourists enjoying their meal at the Anusarn Market.

Chiang Mai is not only a province noted for the diversity of its tourist locations but is also acquiring a name for the tasty food to be found here. With its many restaurants serving a bewildering variety of local dishes and even a superb range of seafood, tourists can find something on the menu to suit the most discerning of palates.

Visiting Anusarn Market should be placed high on any food-lovers itinerary because of the wide variety of seafood restaurants to be found there. Famed for its fish and lobsters, Anusarn Market is the largest source of seafood in Chiang Mai and it serves several thousand customers daily, both locals and tourists alike. Several restaurants there such as Maw Ocha, have been established for more than 30 years. Along with Moo Toon Maw Jeen restaurant, also there since the early years, they have become a seafood lover’s paradise with a reputation the equal of anywhere in the world. Other seafood restaurants helping to make Anusarn Market a gourmet’s delight are Ruam Mitr (2), Krua Prem, Rena Restaurant (Wang Goong), Pong Phochana, Sila-aad and Khao Tom Goong Pla.

These restaurants have their own secret recipes and specialties but serve the very freshest of seafood and maintain high standards of hygiene, whilst serving delicious food at a reasonable price. The restaurants’ well deserved reputations bring a constant stream of visitors to try the many different seafood dishes on the menus and among the favorites are prawn baked with butter, limed-fish, prawn fried with salt, prawn baked with grass noodle and Tom Yum Goong.

Anusarn Market has a marvelous choice of food for any discerning seafood lover and all the restaurants have an excellent reputation for giving their customers cheerful friendly service.

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