Research at Tel-U Lead to 5G Technology
BANDUNG, TEL-U – Dean Faculty of Electrical Engineering Telkom University (FTE Tel-U), Dr. Pudji Rina Astuti said that several studies in Tel-U has now led to the 5G technology or 5th generation. “The 5th generation technologies meet the higher demand in the future. 5G technology integrates network, source and computing, “said Rina.
This explanation is presented at Sharing Forum held in Manterawu Building, Thursday (20/8). This event is part of the Soft Launch of Bandung ICT Expo 2015 will be held on 10 to 12 September.
According to Rina, 5G technology offers double layer technology network. The first layer is the network layer of cloud technology, while the second layer is a layer of the radio network. “So what is needed next is to increase the skills and lifestyle, improvement of quality, equity and the role of industry in Indonesia,” he said.
This event “Indonesia ICT Industry Readiness Boosting Nation Competitiveness in the ASEAN Economic Community” also attended by Director of Public Broadcasting Telecommunications and Director General PPI Ministry of Communications and Information Technology Dr. Ir. Ismail, MT.
According to Ismail, the government strongly supports the development of ICT in the country. But he regretted that Indonesia not intake the roll in the hardware sector. “How many percentage of local hardware industry production? Not much. There are still a lot of hardware imported from foreign products. In addition, we see there has been a change in the pattern of business in the ICT industry and we were looking for a solution, “said Ismail.
This forum also presented the Executive Vice President of Telkom in West Java, Suparwyanto, and General Manager ICT Operations Telkomsel West Java Regional, Sunoto Ganot, moderated by Dean of the Faculty of Creative Industries Tel-U, Dr. Agus Achmad Suhendra
After Sharing Forum, the management with all speakers, play angklung together as a sign of ICT Expo Soft Launching. (purel / risca)