Australia's Telstra and Telkom Indonesia Form Joint-Venture
Published on: 23rd Jan 2014
Australia's Telstra and Telkom Indonesia have signed an agreement to form a new joint venture to provide network services in South East Asia.
Under the terms of the MoU, the proposed joint venture will be the exclusive provider of Network Applications and Services (NAS) in Indonesia for Telstra and Telkom Indonesia giving both companies the opportunity to build market share in the fast growing NAS market in the region.
Telstra's Group Executive, Global Enterprise and Services, Brendon Riley said the proposed joint venture would deliver enterprise and business customers with managed network and security services as well as cloud and unified communications services.
"We plan to focus on areas such as business continuity, business performance optimisation, protection of business information and data assets and improved employee productivity." Mr Riley said.
Mr Riley said Telstra continued to build momentum in its NAS portfolio.
"Earlier this week we completed an acquisition in O2 Networks, a leading Australian provider of network and security consulting and integration services for Australian enterprise customers. Late last year we acquired NSC, a provider of unified communications, contact centre, managed network services and associated integration and consulting services," Mr Riley said.
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