RETHINKING ICT REGULATION TO FOSTER EMERGING TELECOMS BUSINESS IN INDONESIA
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Heru Sutadi presentation regarding broadband penetration in Indonesia and especially how regulation foster emerging ICT business

Heru Sutadi presentation regarding broadband penetration in Indonesia and especially how regulation foster emerging ICT business

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  • The implications are enormous. International estimates suggest that for every 10 per cent increase in broadband penetration we can expect an average of 1.3 per cent additional growth in national gross domestic product (GDP), and we concur with OECD findings that justify rapid broadband roll-out in all OECD member countries.

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  • 1. RETHINKING REGULATION TO FOSTER EMERGING TELECOMS BUSINESS Heru Sutadi The Next Billion 3 November 2011
  • 2. MILLENNIUM DEVELOPMENT GOALS 2 0 1 5
  • 3. ACCELERATED ACHIEVEMENT OF MDG Broadband Inclusion for Alleffective and sustainable solutions to the great globalchallenges of the 21st Century in poverty, health,education, gender equality, climate change and theseismic demographic shifts in youth and ageing populations
  • 4. BROADBAND FOR GROWTH +10% BROADBAND +1% GDP GROWTH GROWTH +1000 BROADBAND +80 NEW JOBS USERS The effects depend on the market adaptability to new technologiesLarger effects are likely in countries with competitive and flexible labor markets Source: Ericsson - Arthur D Litte,2010
  • 5. ASEAN ICT MASTER PLAN 2015  Ensure affordable broadband access to every community  Ensure affordable ICT products  Ensure affordable and seamless e-services , content and applications  Build trust  Improve broadband connectivity  Promote network integrity and information security, data protection and CERT cooperation  Bridge digital divide within ASEAN
  • 6. INDONESIAN EFFORT
  • 7. TELECOMMUNICATIONS STATISTICUntil the end 2010, the status of telecommunicationinfrastructure and services are as follows:Fixed line subscribers (PSTN): 8.429.180 subs (3.58 %)Fixed Wireless Access: 31.464.342 subs (13.28 %)Mobile: 204.134.459 subs (86.13 %)Internet users: 60 Millions (25,32 %)
  • 8. 2014 TARGETS* Broadband penetration min. 30% 100% fiber optic backbone between the islands 88% broadband network in municipalities Broadband access in 10,85 million household in 2014 and 13 million in 2013 E-gvernment index 3,4 (GOOD)* Based on MP3EI (Master Plan for the Acceleration and Expanson of Indonesian Economic Growth)
  • 9. BROADBAND ACCESS We develop wireline and wireless broadband, but mostly in wireless For IMT-2000 2.1 GHz, 3 operator (Telkomsel, Indosat and XL Axiata) already allocated second 5 MHz carrier. Another operator also already requested for another 5 MHz and soon will be allocated. Telkomsel dan XL Axiata already requested for the 3rd carrier Based on e-auction methode for 15 zones, Government awarded to some company right to use 2.3 GHz spectrum band for BWA, and already launched for commercial started in the end of June 2010. For 2.3 GHz now its neutral technology LTE first trial using existing spectrum frequency band already done since the end of June 2010
  • 10. INDONESIAN OPERATOR’S ROLE Supporting wider broadband infrastructure (USO Program, Backbone Consortium) Connecting broadband and societies Blackberry Community Data card/dongle community Enabling content and applications creation IWIC Indigo Award Elevating broadband access for e-governance, e-health and e-education Electronic identity/E-KTP Telkom develops national e-health service InsureNet, which is backed by five state-owned insurance companies Helping wider e-books access from Ministry of Education Making broadband pricing affordable (Average unlimited data/Blacberry = USD 10) Building a global partnership for broadband development International fiber optic consorsium: AAG
  • 11. 2014 TARGETS* Broadband penetration min. 30% 100% fiber optic backbone between the islands 88% broadband network in municipalities: 421 in 2014 municiplaities and 446 in 2015 Broadband access in 10,85 million household in 2014 and 13 million in 2013 E-gvernment index 3,4 (GOOD)* Based on Master Plan for the Accelaration and Expansion of Indonesian Economic Growth
  • 12. STRATEGY ICT Fund Spectrum refarming Migration from analog TV to Digital TV Broadband Service Obligation Infrastructure sharing and open access Local content development Demand–side program: e-government, e-health, e- education Optimizing the utilization of existing financing Government and private partnership
  • 13. Converged Regulation By2014
  • 14. T H A N K y Heru Sutadi OEmail: herusutadi@hotmail.com Twitter: @herusutadi u