CITIC Telecom International Holdings Limited
|Headquarters||Hong Kong, People's Republic of China|
|Chairman: Mr. Xin Yue Jiang (2009- )|
|Subsidiaries||CITIC Telecom CPC|
|Website||CITIC Telecom International|
CITIC Telecom International Holdings Limited (SEHK: 1883) is a telecommunication vendor to provide telecom services in the Asia Pacific including voice service, mobile SMS and other value-added services, data service and telecom solutions to telecom operators and ISP.
It was established in Hong Kong in 1999 and was listed on the Hong Kong Stock Exchange in 3 April 2007 with stock code 1883. It is parented by CITIC Pacific, a Hong Kong-based conglomerate company, since 2000.
The group's services cover international telecommunications services (including mobile, Internet, voice, data services), integrated telecoms services (in Macau), and through its wholly owned subsidiary, CITIC Telecom International CPC Limited (“CPC”), has established numerous PoPs around the world (especially in the Asia-Pacific region) to provide data and telecoms services (including VPN, Cloud, network security, co-location, Internet access, etc.) to multinational corporations. Pacific Internet & CPC is one of the most trusted partners of leading multinational and business enterprises in the Asia-Pacific region. The Group holds 99% equity interest in Companhia de Telecomunicações de Macau, S.A.R.L. (“CTM”). CTM is one of the leading integrated telecoms services providers in Macau, and is the only full telecoms services provider in Macau. It has long provided quality telecom services to the residents, government and enterprises of Macau, and plays an important role in the ongoing development of Macau.
Pacific Internet was purchased by Citic Telecom International Holdings Limited on 12 October 2016. Pacific Internet serves the Southeast Asia market, mainly Singaporey Singapore, Indonesia, Malaysia and Thailand.
About Pacific Internet
Pacific Internet was formally known as TechNet, established in 1991 as a closed research and development computer network for academics at the National University of Singapore (NUS). It was set up by the National Science and Technology Board of Singapore (NSTB), providing Singapore's first Internet access service. TechNet's international connectivity then was provided by a 128 kbit/s satellite link from JvNCnet. In March 1995, the Pacific Internet Consortium (SembMedia, ST Computer Systems and SIM) bought TechNet, and commercialised its services in September 1995 when it launched Pacific Internet Corporation Pte Ltd.
Pacific Internet Public ASN is 4628.