Digital technology has a significant impact on economic development in Indonesia, because it contributes to the Gross Domestic Product (GDP) and the number of jobs in Indonesia.
In Indonesia, there are 19,975 villages that still do not have internet infrastructure. Villages whose population or geographical conditions make the village unable to achieve economies of scale to build BTS. Even if it is in an area that is not touched by a communication signal or blank spot, because it is far from the landing point or last mile. On the other hand, priorities in the direction of ICT infrastructure development focus on the 3T regions (Outermost, Frontier, Disadvantaged).
The TIK-Talk discussion this time will specifically discuss how "unserved" regions can build their infrastructure independently and at the same time be able to provide commercial benefits for the area, so that self-sufficiency or independence is built.
Meeting Room R3, National ICT Council Office, Graha MR 21 Lt.6, Jl.Menteng Raya No.21, Jakarta Pusat 10110, DKI Jakarta
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