Friday, December 16, 2005
Equipment vendor Alcatel will design and roll-out a TD-CDMA network in Jakarta, Indonesia, that will deliver commercial broadband data services. Services will be delivered via a desk-top modem or PC card. Base-station and user equipment will be supplied by US-based IPWireless and the network will be operated by the Indonesian broadband operator PT Solusi Aksesindo Pratama. The three companies currently operate a trial TD-CDMA network in Jakarta and the commercial service is expected to launch in January 2006.