The Network

The TransIndonesia Network was constructed under a turnkey contract by Nokia Siemens Networks (NSN). The network is built using NSN Next Generation Transport equipment capable of supporting multiple 40 Gigabit wavelengths per fiber pair.

The network incorporates a high capacity transmission system of 40 x 40Gbps channels utilising DWDM technology.

The network will be upgraded in the near future to accommodate 100 Gbps wavelengths.

Today the network supports total available capacity of 1.6Tbps. With capacity upgrades available to 100Gbps per channel, the TransIndonesia Network will be capable of supporting a total capacity of 4Tbps in the future.


JAWA being the most populated island in Indonesia, is covered by TransIndonesia’s 4000km of fibre services in-situ in Java, as well as submarine connectivity across the Sunda Strait.


The island of SUMATERA is covered by TransIndonesia Network fiber optic backbone, with 2400km optical cable linking Jakarta to Medan.  TransIndonesia also covers major cities in Sumatera with a high capacity Metro Ethernet network, starting with Medan in 2013.
This provides a total of 6400km of network infrastructure across the two main islands of Indonesia, connecting 68 cities, and accessing a potential population base of 200 million people.

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