ZTE and MNC Kabel Mediacom are deploying Indonesia’s first ultra-broadband Internet service, delivering connection speeds of up to 200Mbps to users for a richer and more interactive online experience.
The MNC Play Media Service leverages ZTE’s gigabit passive optical network (GPON) technology and FTTH (Fibre to the Home) technologies. On completion, MNC Kabel Mediacom’s network will connect at least 2 million home passes and in at least ten major cities across Indonesia. The company is a part of Media Nusantara Citra (MNC Media), the largest media group in South East Asia.
“MNC Play Media and ZTE share the same vision on how the companies are able to contribute in the development of Information, Communication, Technology (ICT), and multimedia in Indonesia,” said Ade Tjendra, Commercial Director at MNC Kabel Mediacom. “This strategic partnership will help us to deliver higher broadband internet speed and richer interactive multimedia content to a wider market in Indonesia,” he added.
Mei Zhonghua, President Director of PT. ZTE Indonesia, said: “The new network, which is supported by our leading GPON-based FTTH infrastructure, will provide great competitive benefits to MNC Kabel Mediacom by enabling higher bandwidth to deliver richer interactive multimedia content and improved customer experience.”
ZTE's end-to-end FTTH Solutions deliver high bandwidth of up to 10 Gbps and low-latency transmission (less than 1ms), providing a reliable and stable connection that is suitable for next generation multimedia and interactive applications.