07 March 2023
Nokia and Indosat Ooredoo Hutchison (IOH) have announced the signing of a memorandum of understanding (MoU) to launch an advanced enterprise campus private wireless network in key regions across Indonesia.
The Nokia private wireless solution will be deployed in East and Central Java, Sumatera and Kalimantan. The partners say the MoU marks a shared vision of IOH and Nokia to accelerate Indonesia’s digital transformation agenda.
The collaboration will elevate industrial operations with highly reliable, low-latency connectivity in tandem with a programme closely linked to the government’s digital economic development plan. Zones vital to economic growth in Indonesia will be boosted by an advanced industrial network and, in a country comprised of more than 17,000 islands, a planned port solution will improve operational efficiency with a high-grade digitalization platform.Find out more
24 February 2023
Totogi warns telcos and MVNOs at Mobile World Congress Barcelona (MWC) that the industry is missing out on core opportunities to use public cloud-based software to develop data-driven innovation that creates a more personalized customer experience and grows average revenue per user (ARPU).
“The move to the public cloud in the telco industry is well underway. Yet we still see telcos and MVNOs hesitate in moving the majority of their workloads to the public cloud. The delay in adopting truly cloud-native applications will result in a loss of competitive market share and hinder companies from capitalizing on the next wave of innovation in smarter data use and artificial intelligence (AI) within the industry,” says Danielle Royston, acting CEO, Totogi. “To succeed in data-driven innovation, telcos must invest in creating value with data rather than devoting time and resources to managing and maintaining on-premise solutions. It takes a telco up to two years to transform its technical applications for the public cloud. To take advantage of the next wave of ARPU growth, the industry needs to embark on the journey now.”Find out more
23 December 2022
Singtel has partnered with Telkom and Indonesian energy company Medco Power for its first data centre project in Indonesia.
This is the third market for Singtel as it advances its regional data centre strategy to address digital infrastructure demand critical to ASEAN’s growth.
Singtel, Telkom and Medco Power held a ground-breaking ceremony for the new hyperscale data centre in Kabil Industrial Estate along Batam’s eastern seaboard. The data centre campus will be developed in three phases on an 8-hectare site and have a total capacity of 51MW when fully completed, with the project’s initial phase delivering approximately 20MW.
08 November 2022
Telkom Indonesia is considering a sale of a minority stake of its data centre unit.
The company has held initial talks with prospective investors and could seek a valuation of more than $1 billion for the operation.Find out more