Telkom to develop satellite product portfolio, report says

22 Jan 2010

Indonesian online journal says the country’s largest telecoms group by subscribers and revenue, PT Telekomunikasi Indonesia (Telkom), has ambitions to develop a suite of satellite-delivered products. To that end it is reportedly sending a delegation of officials to study in the Telecom-3 orbiter factory in Russia for 18 months – including five Telkom employees and two from the National Flight and Space Agency. Company president Rinaldi Firmansyah said: ‘the cooperation includes the usage of satellite image data provided by the space agency to fulfil Telkom’s needs in planning, operating, maintaining and marketing.’

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