PETALUMA, Calif.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Dilithium, the leading global provider of mobile video infrastructure solutions, today announced that Telkomsel, the largest mobile telecommunications operator in Indonesia and Southeast Asia, has selected Dilithium’s ViVAS (Video Value Added Services) service delivery platform to provide multimedia and enhanced video services. ViVAS is a service delivery platform (SDP) that provides reliable real-time streaming of video content to and from mobile wireless devices and SIP clients. This contract builds on Telkomsel’s prior collaboration and selection of Dilithium’s multimedia gateways for a range of multimedia services including mobile TV.
“Telkomsel is the largest operator in Indonesia and is recognized as an innovator in terms of their service offerings. With our ViVAS service delivery and real time content streaming platform, Telkomsel will deploy a diverse offering of enhanced video services,” said Uno Mehta, Senior Vice President of Product Management, for Dilithium.
Dilithium Networks is the leading global provider of mobile video infrastructure solutions enabling multimedia services from any network to any device. Dilithium’s extensive customer base spans 120 service providers and operators in more than 60 countries, comprising more than 1.5 billion subscribers. Dilithium’s hardware, software, and service solutions are used by many of the world’s largest service providers and content companies to create and distribute multimedia solutions that are changing the way people communicate, collaborate, and connect. From our founding, our mission has been to enable Communications for a borderless world.
Telkomsel is the leading operator of cellular telecommunications services in Indonesia by market share and revenue share. By the end of March 2009, Telkomsel had 72.1 million customers which based on industry statistics represented an estimated market share of approximately 50%. Telkomsel provides cellular services in Indonesia, through its own Nationwide GSM dual-band 900-1800 MHz, 3G network, and internationally, through 341 international roaming partners in 180 countries (end of March 2009). In September 2006, Telkomsel became the first operator in Indonesia to launch 3G services.