Case Study: Indonesian mobile telecommunications

The case of Indonesian Mobile Telecommunications shows how standardisation can be a tool to help the telecommunications industry and operators to establish a strong position in a competitive market. This topic has general relevance in the context of standardisation. In Chapter 1, the case description starts with the former situation and presents the current status and migration to the new system as well as its acceptance. In the following chapter, the case analysis gives as a background the analysis of the economic situation, the development and implementation of the standard, the result of standardisation and some general comments. Chapter 3 contains recommendations and suggestions for future research. And finally, Chapter 4 gives a conclusion that summarises the subjects discussed above.
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Agriculture, Economic analysis, Government role, Indonesia, Industry role, Mobile telecommunications, Standards development

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Language(s):English
AuthorsSayoga Gautama, Rudy, Sukirno
Publisher:Wilfried Hesser, www.pro-norm.de
First published / Last update: 2006 / 2010
Courses:University program level: Master and Bachelor degree; further education material (self studying material) for experts from industry and policy makers China Jiliang University, Hangzhou, PR of China Helmut Schmidt University, Hamburg, Germany Institut Teknologi Bandung, Bandung, Indonesia National Economics University, Hanoi, Vietnam University of Moratuwa Katubedda, Moratuwa, Sri Lanka University of Technology, Eindhoven, Netherlands Inklaar Consultants, Hamburg, Germany