Indonesia hosts Asia Pacific broadband development forum

30-Apr-2011 Intellasia | Jakarta Post | 7:01 AM Print This Post

Indonesia is hosting the Asia Pacific Broadband Development Forum at the Gran Melia Hotel in Jakarta, forum organiser, global telecommunication device and network solution provider PT ZTE Indonesia says.

Leading telecommunications network operators from South Asia and Middle Eastern countries are among participants at the two-day forum that began Thursday.

“We are glad we can host such an important forum, and it will enable participants to share experiences and knowledge amongst themselves,” ZTE Indonesia managing director Fan Xiaoyong said Thursday, as quoted by kontan.co.id.

The first day of the forum featured a tour of three wireline facilities owned by state telco, Telkom — DWDM at Telkom headquarters, GPON and ODN at FX Plaza and an IPTV demonstration at Telkom’s multimedia office.

On the second day of the forum, participants will take part in a workshop on Fiber optics (FTTX) and Internet Protocol Television development (IPTV) and LTE technology (mobile communications technology beyond 3G).

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