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International Private Leased Circuit (IPLC)


iplc - MoratelindoBreak The Border. Whether for internet access, business data exchange, video conferencing, or any other form of telecommunications, an International Private Leased Circuit (IPLC) is a point-to-point private line communication between offices that are geographically dispersed throughout the world. When you need a network that is safe and reliable way to stay connected with the global office, IPLC will answer your challenges. IPLC is allowing you to perform point-to-point communication without geographical restrictions whenever and wherever you are.

Benefits:

  • Secure data transfer with high stability using a private leased-line network
  • The network is equiped with fiber optic backbone
  • Connected infrastructure with domestic and international network (Equinix and Global Switch)

IPLC are divided three separated service:

  • MIC-1, The submarine cable-system covers the 70 kilometers fiber optic link between Batam Island and Singapore with capacity up to 16 Lambda (16 x 10 Gbps).
  • BDM (Batam-Dumai-Malacca), an DWDM (Dense Wavelength Division Multiplexing) technology with minimum capacity of 8 Lambda (8 x 10 Gbps).
  • Connected infrastructure with domestic and international network (Equinix and Global Switch)
  • B3JS (Jakarta-Bangka-Bintan-Batam-Singapore), cable-system covers more than 1,000 kilometers in total cable length which consists of both submarine and inland with capacity up to 380 Gbps.
  • JIBA (Jambi-Batam), cable-system covers more than 284 kilometers connected between Jambi and Batam.


See Moratelindo International Network

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  MIC-1, BDM, B3JS, and JIBA







Domestic Leased Circuit (DLC)


dlc - MoratelindoFull-Redundant Network. Domestic Leased Line (DLC) provides you with secure and reliable connectivity for integrated data, voice and video transmission with point to point. Our network infrastructure is designed with built-in SDH ring redundancy deployed over a fully digital private fiber optical infrastructure to ensure highest level of service availability and dedicated bandwidth.

The Java-Bali backbone is a full-redundant network in 4 ring forms. With this 4 core Fiber Optic backbone (approximately lies over 2,300 km) it covers 39 cities in rings. The system is equipped with DWDM and SDH technology systems with a capacity of more than 200 Gbps.

The Sumatra-backbone is a full-redundant network as well. The international and inland aggregate with the international gateway in Batam and interconnection to Java - both inland and submarine.

Benefits:

  • High-speed connections of upto 100 Gbps.
  • Redundand network connection in 11 major cities in Indonesia.
  • Reliable leased line connectivity with SLA 99,5%.


See Moratelindo Domestic Network

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  SBB - Sumatera Backbone, JBB - Java Backbone





Local Loop & Metro-e


Interconnection Mobile Operator - MoratelindoMoratelindo Metro E/Local Loop services topologically classified into point-to-point, multipoint-to-multipoint, or point-to-multipoint. Services are then further classified according to the bandwidth provisioned and used. This bandwidth usage can be exclusive or shared across multiple users. Bandwidth is provisioned on customer demand from 1 Mbps to 100 Gbps.











Interconnection Mobile Operator


Interconnection Mobile Operator - MoratelindoMoratelindo provide services for mobile operator in interconnection. Mobile operator allow to connect to other local operator with SLA guaranteed.

Voice interconnection services connect Telecom's Public Switched Telephone Networks (PSTNs), both fixed and/or mobile, to other service provider's networks - allowing calls to be exchanged.

Benefits:

  • Offer end-users a full range of telecommunications products and services.
  • Supply services independently, without needing to purchase complete services from Telecom.
  • Take advantage of cost efficiencies.
  • Make use of Telecom's established interconnection agreements with other Telco′s.