Recently, during the 2019 Pan Asia-Pacific ISP Summit held in Bali, Indonesia, Indonesian FiberStar and Huawei signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU), and the two sides reached a further basis on the construction of a fiber-optic network. Intensive cooperation and use advanced technology to promote the coverage of the Indonesian infrastructure network to unlock the potential of the Indonesian digital economy.
In 2019, FiberStar and Huawei cooperated to build a backbone wave of 1T capacity connecting the Indonesian capital Jakarta to the second largest city of Surabaya. The two routes of submarine cable and land cable form a ring network, with a total length of more than 3,000km. 350km. Based on the successful cooperation in fiber-optic networks, FiberStar and Huawei signed Mou, and the two sides will further strengthen cooperation in the field of fixed network and data center network to jointly promote the digital transformation of Indonesia.
FiberStar co-founder and director Thomas Dragono pointed out: “FiberStar is a pioneer in Indonesian neutral network service providers, and Huawei is a leader in communications. The consensus on the advantages and evolution of network technology is the basis for cooperation. We will work together with Huawei. Promote the coverage of the Indonesian network with advanced WDM and MPLS technologies to further enable the development of the digital economy in Indonesia.”
Zhou Danjin, President of Enterprise Business of Huawei’s South Pacific Region, said: “As the Asia-Pacific Internet industry accelerates cloudization, Huawei provides leading and innovative solutions for ICT infrastructure such as cloud, data center and network to help customers build open, flexible, agile and secure. Infrastructure platform to accelerate business innovation and remain competitive in the digital age.”
Founded in 2014, FiberStar is a subsidiary of Indonesia’s largest consortium, Salim, which focuses on the ISP business. It focuses on building an ultra-wide and secure fiber-optic network and rapidly growing into a nationwide infrastructure provider in Indonesia. The network covers 14 provinces and 92 cities in Indonesia, connecting Indonesia’s main islands such as Sumatra, Java, Bali, Kalimantan and Sulawesi. At the same time, FiberStar is also the only neutral network service provider (CNP) in Indonesia, providing fair and neutral network connections to more than 80 Internet service providers, TV network operators and mobile operators.
At present, there are 211 of the world’s top 500 cities in more than 700 cities, and 48 of the top 100 companies choose Huawei as their digital transformation partner. Huawei has provided solutions to more than 1,000 Internet companies and data center service providers in more than 50 countries around the world, helping companies cope with the pressure to restructure operations and infrastructure and help them transform digitally.