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Telkomsel and Ericsson Partner Up for Net Zero Target

Telkomsel has formed a strategic collaboration with Ericsson (NASDAQ: ERIC) to activate cutting-edge Radio Access Network (RAN) Energy Efficiency features as well as trial 5G Standalone (SA) technology in the existing Ericsson area in Telkomsel’s network. The collaboration is formalized with the signing of a Strategic Partnership Agreement (SPA) on xx February 2024 at Fira Gran Via, coinciding with the Mobile World Congress 2024 in Barcelona, Spain.

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This collaborative effort aligns with Telkomsel’s commitment to become the best digital telco service provider in the region by consistently delivering environmentally friendly, cost-effective, and efficient services through the utilization of cutting-edge technology. This commitment also marks their collaboration to support Indonesia in achieving its Net Zero 2060 goal and reducing carbon emissions by 2030.

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Telkomsel’s Director of Network, Indra Mardiatna, stated, “Telkomsel is committed to actively contributing to Indonesia’s goals of reducing carbon emissions for environmental sustainability with our ESG program initiative, Telkomsel Jaga Bumi. Therefore, through a partnership with Ericsson, Telkomsel can strengthen business sustainability in operational aspects by enhancing its technical capabilities to provide innovative, reliable, and environmentally sustainable telecommunications solutions tailored to the diverse needs of society and industries in Indonesia. By harnessing the latest advancements in 5G technology and adopting best practices in energy efficiency, Telkomsel aspires to catalyze positive change, realizing a more sustainable and inclusive future for all segments of society.”

About Telkomsel

Founded in 1995, Telkomsel continue to open up a world of more by enabling digital connectivity, digital platform, and digital services. Over 28 years of serving the nation, it has consistently implemented the latest broadband technology, including 5G.

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