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Research and Markets: Indonesia - Telecommunications Infrastructure and Forecasts - 2011

Research and Markets: Indonesia - Telecommunications Infrastructure and Forecasts - 2011

Research and Markets (http://www.researchandmarkets.com/research/73172f/indonesia_teleco) has announced the addition of the "Indonesia - Telecommunications Infrastructure and Forecasts" report to their offering.

Indonesia, with its distinctively challenging geographical character, has been working over a long period to put its telecom infrastructure in place. When the government launched its Joint Operating Service (KSO) strategy, it had high hopes that this would be the main driver for the development of the national fixed-line telephone network. The KSO program fell well short of expectations. The country has since made a fresh start on the building of its telecom infrastructure. Invigorated by the highly successful mobile segment on the back of increased competition in the marketplace, the country's telecom industry has found a new dynamic. This report looks at progress in building infrastructure, in particular the development of the fixed-line network, and describes some of the changes, as the industry picks up momentum again.

Key developments:

Growth in the fixed-line market continues to be almost totally in fixed wireless subscribers, with the overall fixed-line segment growing a creditable 18% in 2010 and continuing in this fashion into 2011.
Indosat's efforts to be involved in the country's fixed line market suffered a major setback in the first half of 2011 when its customer base fell by 50%.
The government has licensed a consortium of seven Indonesian companies to build the US$1.5-billion 34,000 km Palapa Ring optical fibre cable network.
PT Telkom announced plans in 2011 to launch the Telkom 3 satellite before the end of the year.'
Companies covered in this report include:

PT Telkom
PT Indosat
Bakrie Telecom (BTEL)
Qatar Telecom (QTel)
Key Topics Covered:

1. Synopsis

2. National infrastructure

2.1 Overview

2.2 Background to development

2.3 Fixed-line statistics

3. Forecasts - fixed-line market: 2015; 2020

3.1 Infrastructure development

3.2 Joint operating service (KSO) ventures - five-zone plan

3.3 Rural telephony

3.4 Wireless Local Loop (WLL)

3.5 Telecom towers

4. International infrastructure

4.1 International gateway exchanges

4.2 Submarine cable networks

4.3 Satellite networks

5. Notes on scenario forecasts

For more information visit http://www.researchandmarkets.com/research/73172f/indonesia_teleco

Posted date : 20 November 2012