Hadi Hariyanto is the Project Manager of Telkom R&D, the R&D arm of Telekom Indonesia. He is speaking on Day Two of the LTE Asia 2012 conference, taking place on the 18-19 September 2012 at the Marina Bay Sands, Singapore. Ahead of the conference we catch up with him about the LTE deployment challenges facing Indonesia.
A bank in Indonesia has developed the first mobile payments service for Canadian handset maker BlackBerry’s Messenger service (BBM). PermataBank has teamed up with British mobile banking solutions provider Monitise to roll out a commercial pilot of BBM Money in the country ahead of a full launch.
Indonesia’s biggest mobile operator by some margin, Telkomsel, has been declared bankrupt on a technicality, throwing an auction for additional 3G spectrum into disarray.
Executive Director, Indonesia ICT Institute: “Sharing is the best way to make LTE roll outs affordable.”
Heru Sutadi is Executive Director of Indonesia’s ICT Institute and is speaking on Day Two of the LTE Asia 2012 conference taking place on 18-19 September 2012 at the Marina Bay Sands, Singapore. We speak to him on where Indonesia is with LTE and what it will take to make the technology affordable to roll out in the region.
Bakrie Telecom’s network optimisation GM: “Operators should start looking into other ways of monetising the content through m-commerce”
Rohit Kanwar is the general manager for network optimisation for Bakrie Telecom, Indonesia, and is speaking on Day One of the LTE Asia 2012 conference, taking place on the 18-19 September 2012 at the Marina Bay Sands, Singapore. We speak to him on the recent milestones for Bakrie Telecom and get his views on the challenges currently facing operators.
Heru Sutadi is Commissioner at the Indonesian Telecom Regulatory Authority. He is speaking on Day One of the Broadband Asia 2012 conference on the 15th-16th May 2012, KL Convention Centre, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. Ahead of the upcoming conference Telecoms.com talks to him about the challenges facing service providers and operators in rolling out broadband in the country.
The winners of Indonesia’s tender for 2.3GHz WIMAX licences will be announced in July. The Ministry of Communication and Information Technology (MoCI), according to local media reports, has still to work out the fee policy in each of Indonesia’s 15 zones where WiMAX services will initially be made available.