A major Indonesian provider of wireless communications infrastructure has strengthened its focus on acquiring and leasing network infrastructure to telecom operators...
A major Indonesian provider of wireless communications infrastructure has strengthened its focus on acquiring and leasing network infrastructure to telecom operators. To achieve the required focus, Protelindo has renewed its managed services contract with Nokia Siemens Networks for maintaining and operating over 5,000 base station towers for a multi-year period, with the possibility of yearly extensions.
“The tower infrastructure business is not merely about sharing passive infrastructure; it’s about fulfilling our customers’ requirements to meet stringent Service Level Agreements,” said Adam Gifari, president director, Protelindo. “As a key player in the Indonesian telecom infrastructure market, it is imperative for us to improve our quality and operational efficiency so as to differentiate ourselves from the competition.”
“Outsourcing field services to Nokia Siemens Networks has helped us streamline operations and deliver superior experience to our customers. It has enabled us to focus on our core business of expanding our market presence and revenue growth while providing compelling arguments to our sales force during the acquisition of new tenants,” added Gifari.
Nokia Siemens Networks has been providing its services to Protelindo since 2008, enabling the infrastructure provider to focus completely on developing or purchasing tower portfolios and leasing tower space to new tenants by co-locating with other wireless operators.