The 2020 budget, which outlines the country’s source of income and expenses, allocates around US$180 billion for the next fiscal year. The amount is a 3% increase from this year’s budget.
The trial saw multiple tests conducted on the 28 GHz spectrum, obtaining the highest data download speeds of up to 1.62 Gbps with 11ms latency while upload speeds of 75.9 Mbps were measured.
Thousands of Indonesians are still in shelters two weeks after a deadly earthquake sparked a stream of fake news and hoaxes warning that an even bigger disaster was looming.
E-commerce giant Tokopedia is on course to nearly triple its contribution to the Indonesian economy this year, creating hundreds of thousands of new jobs.
This achievement has made OVO the country’s fifth unicorn after ride-hailing app Go-Jek, online booking platform Traveloka and e-commerce platforms Tokopedia and Bukalapak.
“Our target was to have five unicorns by the end of 2019. Welcome to OVO that has already become the new Indonesian unicorn.”
With 3 billion people predicted to be offline still in 2023 and with many more failing to reap the internet’s full potential, the time to address digital exclusion is now.
Compared to other analytical techniques, such as gas chromatography, an electronic nose system can be built and can provide sensitive and selective analysis in real time.
The value of online transactions in areas from internet retail to car-hailing should reach $300 billion by 2025.
Travel-related searches increased 39 percent in 18 months, while searches for hotels and accommodation jumped 37 percent.
Jokowi said he’ll introduce sweeping changes to labour rules by the end of the year and open up more sectors to foreign investment.
Drawn by Indonesia’s tech startup dynamism, industry giants such as Huawei, Ericsson and Nokia are jumping on board. The odd part of this almost gold-rush fever, though, is that it is not clear where the government stands on the ultrafast technology.
DENSO and GMS aim to build a cold chain logistics network to deliver fresh food and other products to commercial facilities and households in Indonesia.
Indonesia is planning to issue new tax laws aimed at deregulating existing tax requirements and creating a more open business climate.
The lack of charging infrastructure in the Southeast Asian country could pose a hurdle. President Joko Widodo‘s government is trying to ramp up charging stations in malls…