PT Hutchison CP Telecommunications (Hutchison Telecom Indonesia) has selected Nokia to supply and manage a complete Service Delivery Platform (SDP) solution as part of its GSM/WCDMA 3G rollout.
The platform comprises a mobile portal for data and voice, supporting the delivery of value-added end-user services such as games, news, music, video streaming and downloading, along with over-the-air provisioning of the appropriate settings to mobile devices.
The deal highlights Nokia's multi-vendor capability as a systems integrator through implementation and integration of the OMA compliant Service Delivery Platform within Hutchison's multi-vendor network. Nokia will operate the platform under a managed services contract, thus enabling Hutchison to concentrate on developing new end-user services and customer relationships. The first version of the system has been delivered to Hutchison.
The new Service Delivery Platform is also intended to facilitate enhanced service innovation and quality, and thus help Hutchison implement new GSM and WCDMA 3G services. The consulting and integration facilities will be implemented by Nokia's specialist division which has to date completed 350 such services worldwide.
* PT Hutchison CP Telecommunications (Hutchison Telecom Indonesia) is a joint venture by Hong-Kong's Hutchison Telecommunications International Ltd and CP Group of Indonesia. The company plans to launch nationwide GSM services in phases with 3G services overlaid in key cities.