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Jakarta, 16 February 2011 UNIVERSAL SERVICE OBLIGATION toward the Indonesia information society Presented by Beriantho Herlambang, SE,DEA BP3TI.

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1 Jakarta, 16 February 2011 UNIVERSAL SERVICE OBLIGATION toward the Indonesia information society Presented by Beriantho Herlambang, SE,DEA BP3TI

2 Agenda 1. Indonesia Current Status 2. USO Experience & Progress 3. Competitive Village 4. Challenge

3 1. Indonesia current condition Infrastructure

4 INDONESIAN ICT STATISTIC AT GLANCE Fixed Wireline Fixed Wireless Cellular Internet 8.8 M 2.3 M 140.5 M21.7 M 3 Operators 4 Operators 8 Operators (5 GSM & 3 CDMA) 164 ISP, 36 NAP ± 25 M Users Subscriber Penetration 9.53%61.72% 10% 3.81% Number of Population: More than 237.5 Millions Data: Q1-2009

5 Gap Penetration in Rural and Urban 10-25% penetration at urban area 0.2% penetration at rural area

6 2. USO Experience and Progress

7 Till the end of 1990’s: Monopoly regime, required: 20% investment for rural and remote area Generated “KSO” (Operational Cooperation) between incumbent and vendor or closed network satellite operator Failed to accomplish the target due to economic crisis 2000’s: During the transition period from monopoly to full competition the Government took the necessary actions to strengthen the basis for competition eg. USO pilot project (1 phone for 1 village) 2003 & 2004: USO Program Budget had been allocated for Capex (Capital Expenditure) subsidy in last mile (assets belongs to Government) Financing Scheme: Incremental Cost Last mile technologies: Portable Fixed Satellite, VSAT, Radio Terrestrial, Cellular, and IP-based Service areas: 5.354 villages (15,13% per 2003 & 2004) Procurement: Open tender for operators and vendors BRIEF HISTORY OF USO PROGRAM (1)

8 USO DEPLOYMENT 2003 – 2004 MAP 15.13% of target PFS 2.975 1.617 VSAT 35 15 T-RADIO - 386 CELLULAR - 314 IP-BASED - 9 YEAR 2003 2004 BRIEF HISTORY OF USO PROGRAM (2)

9 Initiative USO Program in 2006 Indonesian Government received grant from Qualcomm and Cooperation with Sampoerna Telecommunication Indonesia to develop Telecenter in Way Kanan (Lampung Province), the project called “Wireless Reach”. Using Technology CDMA2000 1xEV-DO with Frequency 450 MHz and which result the speed connection at 600 Kbps.

10 Last mile access neutral technology: Services: Ring village (voice, SMS, & internet access), Smart village (voice, SMS, & internet) → 100 villages for pilot project Service areas: 32 Provinces → 31.824 villages (almost 100% of target, based on village potential statistics 2006 released) Divided into 11 blocks by Ministerial Decree & no priority block Time target: Deployment = 2009 – 2010 Service = 2010 – 2014 Procurement: Open tender for Indonesian telecommunication operators (exclude ISPs) 7 tender packages Multiple years performance based contract (5 years) The lowest monthly subsidy (must meet administrative and technical requirements) Providers: TELKOMSEL (5 packages) ICON+ (2 packages) USO PROCUREMENT 2007 – 2009 (Basic Telephony Services)

11 In years 2007 :  BTIP in law until the end of years 2007 with PT. ACeS;  Three issues related to the USO", namely:  Government as the responsible so that there are thinking "USO provider";  Related interconnection network providers according to the regulation must be the USO provider as a nationwide network.  Because no single structure of telecommunications networks and services that match the "USO provider" then, as well as thinking / study of the FWA (Fixed Wireless Access) which gave to "the organizers jartaplok FWA" the USO provider in the hierarchical structure of the Indonesian telecommunications industry to "PROVIDER JARTAPLOK KPU / USO ";

12 Ringing Village and Smart Village Ministrial Decree No. 32/2008, Basic Telecommunication and Informatics for Public Services Should be : a. The Lowest Subsidy b. Affordability : Willingness to pay and Ability to pay c. Suistainability Voice Telepony SMS Internet Akses Ready Service Time : 8 Hour / day (Depend on Area characteristic/ geografical) Ringing Village (USO) Throughput: min 56 Kbps from CPE to Providers Equipment Latency : Max 750 ms from CPE to IIX Packet Loss : 2% from CPE to IIX Smart Village (Pilot Project) Throughput): min 56 Kbps from CPE to Providers Equipment Latency : Max 750 ms from CPE to IIX Packet Loss : 2% from CPE to IIX

13 USO AREAS (11 Packages Area) 2009 – 2014: 31,824 Village Package 1 Package 2 Package 3 Package 4 Package 5 Package 6Package 7 Map Area Plan for Basic Telephony Access

14 Target

15 On air Already (Realization) NOPROPINSIDESA BERDERING 1SULAWESI UTARA3 2GORONTALO5 3SULAWESI TENGAH58 4SULAWESI BARAT50 5SULAWESI SELATAN157 6SULAWESI TENGGARA11 7PAPUA9 8IRIAN JAYA BARAT6 9MALUKU5 10MALUKU UTARA6 TOTAL310 Data per 25 Januari 2010 Ringing Village and Smart Village

16 USO Standard Telecommunication Facilities Name Board Internet Facility Telephone Facility Antena Sign Board

17 USO Tariff Services Rp. 325 Call for All Region in Indonesia SMS Only Rp. 50

18 Sub District Internet Center (PLIK) Sub district Internet Center (PLIK), is centre for providing internet facility with funded by USO Fund. Ministrial Decree No. 48/2009 on Sub District Internet Service Center at USO Area. Target Area for Sub District Internet Center, is shown bellow. Current Status : All Package in contract Process and Development Target in December 2010.

19 Map Area Plan for Sub District Internet Centre Package 1 : NAD & North Sumatera Package 2 : West Sumatera, Jambi, Bengkulu & Riau Package 3 : South Sumatera, Lampung, Kep. Bangka & Kepri. Package 4 : West Java & Banten Package 5 : Central Java & Yogyakarta Package 6 : East Java Package 7 : Bali, NTB & NTT Package 8 : West, East and South Kalimantan Package 9 : Maluku, North Maluku,Papua and West Papua Package 10 : North and Central Sulawesi, Gorontalo Package 11 : West, South and South East Sulawesi Package 1 (Telkom Indonesia) Package 6 (Jastrindo) Package 8 (Lintasarta) Package 9 (Lintasarta) Package 10 (Telkom Indonesia Package 11 (Telkom Indonesia) Package 7 (Lintasarta) Package 3 (Jastrindo) Package 4 (SIMS) Package 5 (SIMS) Package 2 (Jastrindo)

20 Target Area for Sub District Internet Center

21 Configuration for Accessing Sub District Internet Center (PLIK) Mechanism:  The Number of Sub District Internent Center are 5.748 SSL in Indonesia (No. 1).  Monitoring Management for PLIK (SIMMPLIK) as a PLIK gateway should be connet to all PLIK which manage by BTIP (No. 2).  The Internet Connection for PLIK is conducted by the ISP Upstream for creating the healthty and secure content for local communities. (No. 3). No. 3 No. 2 No. 1 PLI K

22 4. USO 2010

23 1. Mobile Internet in District Area (MPLIK) 2. Internet Exchange 3. SIMMLIK

24 Mobile Internet Indistrict Area 1 Car 1 Server 6 Laptop 1 LCD Incl Sound System

25 MPLIK Targets

26 ARSITEKTUR PLIK-SIMMLIK Telkom (NAD, Sumut, Sulawesi) SIMS (Jateng, Jabar, Banten) Jastrindo (Sumatera (kec. Sumut), Jatim) Internasional dan Local IX PLIK : The function of this facility for publik information/internet SIMMLIK : This function of this facility for monitoring statues, provide bandwidth, content distribution and content filter Total : 5748 PLIK di 4.218 desa Lintasarta (Bali, Nustra, Kalimantan, Maluku, Papua) Manajemen Jaringan 1. Manajemen BW 2. Manajemen user 3. Trafik Monitoring 4. Filtering Konten 5. Network Security 6. Pelaporan Monitoring SLA 1. SLA utilisasi PLIK 2. SLA perf ormansi jaringan PLIK- SIMMLIK 3. SLA infrastruktur SIMMLIK 4. SLA akses internet Distribusi Konten 1. Aplikasi email, IM 2. Web service 3. Aplikasi dan distribusi konten yang mendukung sehat, aman dan industri kreatif The Center of interconection The PLIK Provider

27 Internet Exchange 8 Province : - Palembang & Medan - Surabaya & Denpasar - Balikpapan & Makassar - ternate & Jayapura

28 5. Competitive Village

29 Milestone USO Program Connectivity Transaction Collaboration Transformation  Basic Telephony (Voice);  Internet Access  SMS  E-Government : Single Identity Number/SIN  E-Education : Standard Buku Electronik/SBE – Depdiknas  E-Transportation/E-Ticketing  E-Business  Villagers to Villagers (Community)  ICT Bordeless through sectors  Social Transformation  ICT Society Village to Village 201520202025 Ringing Village Smart Village Smart District Infrastructur Network  Backbone  IIX  Incubator  Community Radio, etc Infrastructur Network  Backbone  IIX  Incubator  Community Radio, etc BTIP as Promoting Sector BTIP as Enabling Sector 1 2 3 4 BTIP as Servicing Sectors

30 Competitive Village Implementasi Age Profession Education Education Growth Create of Inovation Create of Oppoutunities Lecture Discussion Place Rural Program Law and Policy Supply Chain Franchise Group Services Program Access ICT Regulation Interoperability | Identity | Privacy | Innovation | IPR | Accessibility | Spectrum | Format | Search | Archiving | Digital Inclusion | Governance, Architecture & Procurement ICT Regulation Interoperability | Identity | Privacy | Innovation | IPR | Accessibility | Spectrum | Format | Search | Archiving | Digital Inclusion | Governance, Architecture & Procurement Education Institution Finance Intitution ISP & Telco Operators NGONGO Software Services Partnership Franchise Kiosk Training Center Post Office School District Mobile

31 5. Challange

32 Rural Problem Modal Scheme of Rural Credit Subsidy for poor farmer Micro Financing for working capital Information Gap Infrastructure Less Digital literacy Can not founded the right Information Inovation Limited Kreativity and Inovation Less budgetary fund for R&D

33 THANK YOU THE OFFICE OF RURAL TELECOMMUNICATIONS AND INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY RAVINDO TOWER 5 TH FL, JL. KEBON SIRIH 75, JAKARTA 10340 INDONESIA Tel.: +62-21-31936590, Fax.: +62-21-31935916 e-mail: herlambang@postel.go.id or uso@postel.go.iduso@postel.go.id


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