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Ahead of the 2023 ASEAN Summit, the Government is Optimizing Digital Infrastructure in Labuan Bajo


West Manggarai – Ahead of the 2023 ASEAN Summit in Labuan Bajo, the Government is optimizing a number of digital infrastructure and public communications. There are several areas in Labuan Bajo that can already reach the 5G network.

Head of the Telecommunication Monitoring Center Team for the Control Directorate General of Post and Information Administration (PPI) of the Ministry of Communication and Information, Indra Apriadi said, digital telecommunications infrastructure support has now built a 3,773 km fiber-optic cable network and a spread of 2,055 Optical Distribution Points (ODP).

Overall, the Labuan Bajo area has reached 78.12 percent of the 4G signal. Meanwhile, residential areas already cover around 94.51 percent, and at several points there is 5G signal coverage.

“Labuan Bajo has already held the G20 event. The 4G and 5G signals are served by 1,635 4G BTS and three 5G BTS,” he said.

Kominfo through the Telecommunications Monitoring Center also monitored infrastructure and the quality of telecommunications services during the Summit.

Telecommunications Operators, in particular the Telkom Group, are also continuing to make preparations for the 2023 ASEAN Summit in Labuan Bajo.

Telkom Group is providing Combat BTS and upgrading a number of existing BTS in the Golomari and Labuan Bajo areas.

“Currently it is running with progress of 44.7 percent and will be completed in the second week of April 2023,” he said.

As for the 2023 ASEAN Summit, Kominfo holds three roles, namely providing communication infrastructure, conducting public communications, and conveying substance regarding digitalization and the digital economy.

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