Smart cloud improves people's life in Guian
Nearly another 3,000 households in Guian New Area, Southwest China's Guizhou province were included into the cloud computing system for radio and television by the end of March, much to the convenience of local residents.
"Since we had the set-top box related to the system, we have been able to enjoy clear and stable TV programs. The cloud also provides other useful functions," said Wu Jian, a villager in the new area.
In addition to demand broadcasting of TV programs, users can also surf online, check the number of people in tourist destinations, have conference calls, receive distant courses, read e-books and access medical consultancy through the cloud.
Maintenance staffs check the wiring for the system. [Photo/gog.cn]
"By the end of last year, we had installed the system in more than 10,000 households in Guian under relevant policies providing priority for poverty-stricken households," said Cao Qiang, general manager of Guizhou Tianguang Smart City Technology Co Ltd.
To advance the cloud system application, the company will nurture more maintenance staff and have more training courses in towns and villages, Cao added.
Due to the convenience, the system also acts as an effective channel for farmers in the area. "Besides news broadcasts, I'd like to watch the training courses provided by the system and learn the latest breeding and growing technologies through it," said a villager named Li Zhiwen.
"The cloud system brings lots of benefit to people. Since it was first installed in households in the new area, I've noticed that most villagers have expanded their horizons and gained more access to raise their incomes," said Zhou Guixiang, who has been involved in the installation over the past year.
A worker lays out wires for the cloud system. [Photo/gog.cn]