Author: Ervina Anggraini
Indonesia’s promising data centre industry is faced with a slew of challenges, not the least of which is a price war that is taking advantage of users’ misunderstanding of data centre classifications.
Just months after it began deploying 2Ca (two-carrier-aggregation) technology to give its customers a better broadband experience, Indonesian operator Smartfren has moved to the next level and begun testing 3Ca technology.
As part of the Indonesia Broadband Plan, the Government is looking to use satellites to connect people in remote and rural areas, beyond just fibre-optic networks.
Malaysian government agency MDEC has spread its wings to neighbouring Indonesia, where it has partnered with local VC firm Kejora to help propel e-commerce and startup companies to the regional stage.
Ooredoo Group, which holds a 65% stake in operator PT Indosat Tbk that has rebranded itself into Indosat Ooredoo, said it plans to invest 30% of its group annual revenue into its Indonesian operator over the next three years.
The new digital era hasn’t quite caught on, with the biggest contributor to Telkomsel revenue coming from its non-digital businesses.
Aims to bring Asian content to Indonesia and vice versa Partnerships with Telkom, Telkomsel for free access
New York-based music streaming service company Yonder Music has announced an exclusive partnership with XL Axiata in Indonesia, nearly six months after announcing a similar pact with XL’s sister company Celcom Axiata in Malaysia.
After a delay of nearly two decades, Indonesia’s plan to wire up its people is ready to proceed with the ambitious Palapa Ring project moving into activation.
44-year-old taxi company Blue Bird has launched a new version of its pioneering ride-hailing app to take on today’s upstart startups.