Link Net signing a memorandum of understanding with Graha Teknologi Nusantara for its newly launched product, First Media Business, at the Indonesia Internet Expo & Summit 2016 in Jakarta on Wednesday (23/11). (Photo courtesy of Link Net)
Link Net and Graha Teknologi Nusantara Join Hands to Launch First Media Business
BY :DHANIA PUTRI SARAHTIKA
NOVEMBER 24, 2016
Jakarta. Link Net, a pay-TV and broadband internet provider, signed a memorandum of understanding with Multipolar technology's data center unit Graha Teknologi Nusantara for its newly launched product, First Media Business, at the Indonesia Internet Expo & Summit 2016 in Jakarta on Wednesday (23/11).
Graha Teknologi Nusantara (GTN) chief executive Richard Kartawijaya said that the company is glad to work with Link Net, considering its 20 years' experience in the broadband internet and cable TV industry.
"We are optimistic this will gain positive reaction from the Indonesian market, especially since the services can be tailored according to customers' needs," Richard added.
The two companies will have joint promotions, where Link Net will make Graha Teknologi Nusantara's data center services available on First Media Business, and vice versa. First Media Business provides faster internet connection for small to big enterprises. During the expo, Link Net also offers free speed upgrades for 12 months.
"Our participation in the Indonesia Internet Expo & Summit 2016 shows our commitment to include the corporate segment. We see great potential for this segment to grow. That is why we joined hands with Lippo Group companies, one of which is GTN Data Center to give comprehensive broadband internet services for the business sector," Link Net president director Irwan Djaja said.
He said First Media Business is ready to operate in big cities, especially the greater Jakarta area.
"First Media intensively improves broadband internet services for the corporate segment to meet the growing demands each year. During the first nine months of 2016, the corporate segment contributed 16 percent to total revenue, which we hope will increase in the future," Link Net operation director Edward Sanusi said.
Link Net and the Jakarta Globe are both affiliated with the Lippo Group.