Telstra signs MoU with Telkom Indonesia

Telstra and Telkom Indonesia today signed a non binding Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) to form a new joint venture to provide network services in South East Asia.

Telstra’s Group executive, Global Enterprise and Services, Brendon Riley said the proposal would accelerate Telstra’s growth in Indonesia, South East Asia’s largest economy, and more broadly across the region.

Under the terms of the MoU, the proposed joint venture will be the exclusive provider of Network Applications and Services (NAS) in Indonesia for Telstra and Telkom Indonesia giving both companies the opportunity to build market share in the fast growing NAS market in the region.

Riley said the proposed joint venture will leverage the strengths of both companies creating a new business to serve the Indonesian enterprise services market and build new capabilities for the market that do not exist today.

“Our plan is to provide enhanced consistency of services for companies connecting with Indonesia and operating in the region,” added Riley.

“The proposed joint venture will form part of Telstra’s expansion plans for Asia, where we expect to have both Telstra entities and local market partnerships,” commented Riley.

Riley said the proposed joint venture would deliver enterprise and business customers with managed network and security services as well as cloud and unified communications services.

Telkom Indonesia’s Group chief strategy and innovation officer and Pak Indra Utoyo said, “We are bringing the proven ICT NAS solutions to Indonesia to assist businesses to be more productive and competitive to support them locally and into the region.”

“The NAS solutions and IDN networks are a powerful combination to differentiate our solutions and services in the market to support businesses in Indonesia to be more agile, productive and secure,” added Utoyo.

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