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Balitower picks Nokia for IP network expansion in Indonesia

Balitower, a provider of telecommunication tower and network infrastructure in Indonesia, will use Nokia’s IP routing solution to enhance capacity and improve operational efficiency. 

According to Nokia, this implementation aims to future-proof Balitower’s IP network and to ensure an enhanced customer experience for its subscribers. 

Nokia’s energy-efficient routing solution will be deployed in Jakarta, Bali and Singapore, enabling Balitower to effectively meet the growing demand for network capacity in a sustainable manner. 

Nokia’s solution includes the 7750 service router, Deep Packet Inspection (DPI), Carrier Grade Network Address Translation (CGNAT) and internet routers. 

The tech firm will also provide Network Services Platform (NSP) as well as deployment and care support to Balitower. 

This comprehensive solution from Nokia is expected to enable Balitower to achieve enhanced operational efficiency and improved network performance. 

Jap Owen Ronadhi, CEO at Balitower, said Nokia’s IP solutions will help them significantly improve network cost economics while reducing operational complexities. 

“At the same time, it will enable us to support evolving business needs for an extended period, positioning us favorably to seize emerging market opportunities,” said the CEO.