1914 — Bakrie Telecom expanding Indonesian wireless network with Nortel Solutions

Sep 26, 2005 | Conteúdos Em Ingles

PT Bakrie Telecom, an Indonesian fixed wireless telephone and wireless data operator, is boosting the capacity and reach of its wireless network with new switching and radio access equipment from Nortel.

‘This current expansion will increase our network capacity four times while doubling our potential coverage area, allowing us to meet growing requests for new connections”, said Anindya N. Bakrie, president director, Bakrie Telecom. “With Nortel as our technology partner, we are confident this network expansion will be implemented with the same speed and efficiency that characterized the rollout of the original network” .

In addition to increasing network capacity, Nortel CDMA technology will help position PT Bakrie Telecom to offer a full suite of wireless broadband services such as Web browsing, streaming audio and video, multimedia messaging, VPNs, and other high-speed wireless data services that enhance the wireless experience for business and consumers.

‘Nortel is strongly committed to Indonesia and to supporting Bakrie Telecom in realizing its long-term goal of three million CDMA2000 1X subscribers by 2008,’ said Mark Stevens, president, Southeast Asia, Nortel. ‘We will continue to provide Bakrie with our extensive experience in building secure and reliable communication networks that help enhance the human experience across the region and around the world .’

Nortel is installing both core and access equipment, including 70 new CDMA radio base stations, radio base station controllers, an Optical TN-1X aggregator to ensure high service reliability, and a circuit switching platform to support CDMA wireless technologies in a single switch for Bakrie Telecom’s new central office in Jakarta. Nortel will also provide Bakrie with a customer contact center solution for 100 agents, based on a Nortel Meridian 1 PBX and IVR system.


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