Teleglobal and Kacific Complete Large-Scale Mobile Backhaul Service Provision

Posted on – Kacific Broadband Satellites Group (Kacific) partners with PT Indo Pratama Teleglobal (“Teleglobal”) to complete the provision of mobile backhaul service large scale for telecommunications operators that have wide coverage in Indonesia.

This collaboration has succeeded in connecting hundreds of locations throughout Indonesia, for 4G services on the Ka-Band . satellite high-throughput owned by Kacific for the past year.

The magnitude of the need for services mobile backhaul driven by the Government’s goal to connect the 3T (Front, Outermost, Disadvantaged) regions in Indonesia.

The Ministry of Communication and Information (Kominfo) together with the Telecommunications and Information Accessibility Agency (BAKTI) conducted a tender for a large telecommunications company to build nearly 8,000 BTS by the end of 2022.

“The telecommunications industry in Indonesia is expanding its network and increasing capacity to meet the rapidly growing demand for Government and general data from the Indonesian people,” he said. Candra Bramono Indianto as Director of Teleglobal.

Candra continued, with Kacific’s latest satellite technology, Teleglobal can connect BTS very quickly to supply telecommunications companies.

This supply is accompanied by volume bandwidth and higher availability in terms of quality of service at competitive costs.

Kacific offers Teleglobal the flexibility to move capacity across various coverage areas (beam) and deploy capacity based on needs with different networks.

The resulting speeds of up to 85Mbps can be achieved using a small VSAT terminal integrated into the telecommunications cellular network.

“We are impressed by the Kacific team, who have provided the integration of a very complex network and ensured the process runs smoothly,” added Candra Indianto.

The Kacific1 satellite provides wide coverage throughout Indonesia from the tip of Sumatra to West Papua.

Many telecommunications companies in Indonesia have joined using mobile backhaul service Kacific, including in Papua New Guinea and Kiribati.

“Working with Teleglobal allows us to leverage their expertise in Indonesia to connect more people in rural areas through mobile backhaul service kami,” kata Brandon Seir selaku Chief Commercial Officer Kacific.

Teleglobal, explains Brandon, using the Ka-Band . satellite service throughput Kacific’s high level to meet demands from the government as a reliable equalization of access to connectivity between citizens.

Indonesia is one of the fastest growing mobile phone markets in the world. By early 2022, there were around 370 million cellular connections in Indonesia, equivalent to 133 percent of the total population1.

Many people use cell phones for both work and personal purposes, therefore the number of connections is often higher than the total population.

The total time Indonesians spend on retail applications has skyrocketed from 2 billion hours in 2019 to nearly 5.6 billion hours in 2021, an increase of 180 percent.

Time spent on the top 20 video streaming apps also surpassed 27 billion hours in 2021, an increase of 93 percent since 20192.

To ensure equitable access to 3T areas in Indonesia, the Ministry of Communication and Information (Kominfo) through the Indonesian Information and Accessibility Agency (BAKTI) has distributed funds to cellular operators to deploy 4G BTS in rural areas.

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