Tuesday, July 16, 2024

Starlink partners with FiberStar to enhance internet connectivity in Indonesia

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Starlink, through its enterprise division Starlink Service Indonesia, has partnered with FiberStar, a leading telecommunications infrastructure provider in Indonesia, to deliver reliable satellite internet access across the country.

FiberStar has been a key player in Indonesia’s telecommunications infrastructure sector, focusing on nationwide fiber optic services since 2014.

“FiberStar has become one of the Authorized Starlink Resellers in Indonesia,” FiberStar Customer Service Assurance Division Head, Wisnu Wardhana, said in a statement released on Monday, July 1, 2024.

“Fiber optic networks require satellite connectivity via Starlink, while satellites benefit from fiber optics for unlimited bandwidth and low latency,” he cited. “The availability of both will support Indonesia’s connectivity.”

The partnership demonstrates FiberStar’s commitment to bringing satellite internet technology to the Indonesian populace.

Through this collaboration, FiberStar and Starlink aim to provide comprehensive internet solutions to all Indonesians, including those in remote areas who deserve high-quality internet access.

The Starlink products offered by FiberStar include Standard, Standard Actuated, and Flat High Performance types, with internet speeds of up to 200 Mbps per terminal.

FiberStar provides device damage warranties, 24/7 customer support, nationwide service availability, options for integration with SD-WAN and security devices, and delivery and installation services to facilitate user experience.

Earlier, on May 15, 2024, Starlink partnered with Telkomsat, a subsidiary of Telkom, to offer competitive Starlink-based business services equivalent to the business packages available on the Starlink website.

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