Huawei announced last week it will soon roll out fiber optic lights in the Philippines.
The company claims that the LED lights will help Filipinos adapt to a changing world.
Huawei says it plans to launch a fiber optic lighting system that will include 2,000 of the light boxes that will be placed throughout the country.
The lighting system will include 3,000 different fixtures, which will then be connected to fiber optic cable and the rest of the infrastructure will be powered by renewable energy.
Huawei also says it will be working on a smart phone app to allow Filipinos to control the lighting.
The rollout is expected to begin by the end of 2017.
The Filipino government has also announced it will invest about $200 million to build an array of fiber optic towers across the country to provide access to the network.
In addition to its fiber optic system, Huawei has plans to create more than 10,000 “smart cities” across the Philippines to provide services to Filipinos.
The idea is to create smart cities where the Filipinos can go to find jobs, earn money, and learn English.
The company has already begun building the first of the cities, in the capital Manila, which is scheduled to be complete by 2022.
Huawei is currently working on plans to expand the Philippines’ fiber optic network, but it is unclear how many of the systems Huawei will eventually roll out.