March 2, 2023

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Indosat, Huawei Scale up Joint IP Network Innovation to Drive Indonesia’s Digital Transformation
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Indonesia’s leading telecommunication provider Indosat Ooredoo Hutchison (IOH) signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with global ICT solution provider Huawei on Joint IP network Innovation during the Mobile World Congress (MWC) 2023. Under the agreement, the two parties will jointly carry out SRv6 verification, while also promoting large-scale SRv6 commercialization, in order to accelerate the transformation to automated and intelligent network architectures. The MoU was signed by Desmond Cheung, Chief Technology Officer of IOH, and Daniel Wu, Director of Huawei Indonesia IOH Account.

Vikram Sinha (President Director & Chief Executive Officer of IOH), Gary Lu (President of Huawei Network Marketing and Solution Sales Department), Ryan Qiu (VP of Huawei Datacom Product Line), Linda Cui (President of Huawei Hutchison Global Key Account Dept) and Long (CEO of Huawei Indonesia Tech Investment) attended the signing ceremony.

picture.pngIOH and Huawei sign an MOU on Joint IP network Innovation

Information-based development leads to the explosive growth of Internet applications worldwide. With the growing scale of networks and the advent of the cloud era, increasingly more network services are emerging. In turn, these services impose increasingly more requirements on networks. SRv6, as a next-generation IP transport protocol, is bound to lead industry development.

As a leading digital telco in Indonesia, IOH continues to drive growth in both the telco industry and Indonesia’s digital economy with its solid performance in 2022, the first Full Year (FY) since its merger. IOH has worked with Huawei in multiple fields since 2005 and started to build the first SRv6-based 5G-ready converged transport network in the Asia-Pacific region together with Huawei in 2020. IOH and Huawei will work together to pursue the goal of connecting and empowering the people of Indonesia by accelerating the nation’s digital transformation.

Desmond Cheung, Chief Technology Officer of IOH, said that the cooperation between IOH and Huawei will strongly promote the development of the mobile communication industry. The two parties will work together to provide higher-quality network services with better customer experience through IP network convergence, network architecture convergence, and network architecture optimization. This will also help IOH pioneer intelligent digital transformation and set a benchmark for the global digital economy.

Meanwhile, Gary Lu, President of Huawei’s Network Marketing and Solution Sales Department, stressed that the global technology leader will continue to innovate and push the boundaries. With leading technologies in intelligent IP converged transport and extensive experience in commercialization, Huawei will help IOH make breakthroughs in SRv6 application and deliver more diversified communication services for local users. Huawei looks forward to working with industry partners and drawing on its advantages in SRv6 technology innovation and SRv6 deployment experience to empower various industries and facilitate the development of the digital economy.

MWC Barcelona 2023 runs from February 27 to March 2 in Barcelona, Spain. Huawei showcases its products and solutions at stand 1H50 in Fira Gran Via Hall 1. Together with global operators, industry professionals, and opinion leaders, Huawei dives into topics such as 5G business success, 5.5G opportunities, green development, digital transformation, and its vision of using the GUIDE business blueprint to lay the foundation for 5.5G and build on the success of 5G for even greater prosperity.

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