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Huawei showcases its LTE-TDD solutions in Indonesia


10:12, May 21, 2013

Huawei Technologies Co. Ltd, the world's No. 2 telecoms equipment maker showcased its latest solutions of LTE-TDD, China's fourth-generation (4G) telecommunications technology here Monday to further enhance its commitment to growing Indonesia's information and communications technology (ICT) landscape.

LTE-TDD will bring great benefits to the Indonesian telecommunications landscape by delivering higher speed data communications services and faster Internet based applications available to the Indonesian customers, Deng Taihua, president of LTE-TDD network in Huawei Technologies told reporters here Monday.

LTE-TDD, or "Long Term Evolution-Time Division Duplex," is one of the two key types of 4G LTE (long term evolution) technologies that can substantially lower bandwidth costs and allow faster broadband wireless services than the current 3G network.

The TDD variant is being adopted by China Mobile in its trials in some Chinese cities, while FDD (frequency division duplex) is used in many US and European networks. China is the major promoter of the LTE-TDD standard and a major owner of the standard 's core patents.

Muhammad Budi Setiawan, director general of post and telecommunication in Indonesian Ministry of Communication and Informatics said at the opening ceremony of the event that the number of Indonesian mobile phone subscribers is increasing year by year, and the cell phone industry is experiencing the shortage of spectrum needed to provide voice, text and Internet to its customers.

However, Deng said that the LTE-TDD can improve the spectral efficiency and the need for spectrum will be reduced, and the fears over spectrum shortage in Indonesia will be allayed.

The LTE-TDD solutions showcased here consisted of Huawei's latest development on mobile data monetization, LTE (long term evolution) refarming, 2.3Ghz Spectrum strategy, and Network Architecture's future. Besides, the event also included a LTE TDD Summit, comprehensive workshops, demo truck and Huawei production exhibition.

Vincent Li, CEO of Huawei Indonesia, the local unit of Huawei said the showcase was one of the most important events for ICT providers in Indonesia this year, and Huawei is increasingly committed to develop solutions to further enhance business and quality of life value to Indonesian people.

"Through this LTE-TDD summit, Indonesian mobile operators can realize the need to migrate 3G to LTE, to improve effectiveness in the market, and generate new revenue streams," Li said.

Serving 45 of the world's top 50 telecommunications operators including nine out of the 10 leading operators in Indonesia, Huawei's end-to-end solutions and services across the carrier networks, enterprise and consumer markets have been deployed and used by customers in over 140 countries across the world.

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