ALGIERS- Mobilis mobile operator and the National School of Computer Science ENSI signed Tuesday in Algiers a partnership agreement to encourage the development of innovative applications. The contract, signed by the CEO of Mobilis, Saad Dama, and the director of ENSI, Mouloud Koudil, is part of the "research and development of 3G, through contribution of experts in research and development of innovative applications and local content exclusively for Mobilis customers." The contract covering three years also states that Mobilis provides ENSI with logistical and technological means." This is to ensure "greater efficiency and quality" of the results of work undertaken by the young students of ENSI, sources said. Mobilis also plans provide the School, consisting mainly of teachers, researchers and students, with its facilities and know-how for a "better management" and "more efficiency" in the curriculum. The partnership between the two parties "confirms the commitment of Mobilis to offer its customers quality 3G service ", not only with regard to the network and coverage aspect, but also the mobile content and applications specific to their needs, "said Dama. From his part, Koudil welcomed this initiative, which will allow students to ENSI to benefit from this technology.