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microsoft mega proyek... franchise 5,000 Internet Kiosk India with Hughes

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  • S Roestam
    Pak Rudy, P Naswil, P Hidayat, P Onno, P Frans, P Bambang, Ibu Lolly DKK yth, Alangkah makin murahnya kalau saja Operating System yang dipakai adalah Open
    Message 1 of 4 , Sep 29, 2006
      Pak Rudy, P Naswil, P Hidayat, P Onno, P Frans, P Bambang, Ibu Lolly DKK
      yth,

      Alangkah makin murahnya kalau saja Operating System yang dipakai adalah Open
      Source/GPL.

      Menurut saya, Indonesia juga mampu melaksanakan Proyek 5,000 CAP/Warnet memalui
      Proyek PPP (Publik-Private-Partnership), yaitu antara:

      KOMINFO - APWKomitel/AWARI - Investor Lokal/Internasional

      Apa kendalanya? Menurut saya, hanyalah semangat yg menggebu-gebu saja yg
      diperlukan untuk memajukan ICT di Indonesia.
      Asalkan bisa self-sustainable, maka akan banyak investor yg berminat.
      Kebetulan kondisi layanan Internet di Indonesia makin kondusif dengan rencana
      BRTI untuk menurunkan taris saluran sewa data sampai 50%.

      Mari rame-rame kita garap, jangan kalah sama India!
      Wassalam,
      S Roestam
      ========

      P Rudy wrote:

      MicrosoftÂ’s mega project for rural India - 29
      September 2006


      Microsoft India has entered into a partnership with
      Hughes to create a self-sustaining IT infrastructure
      in rural areas by deploying broadband enabled net
      kiosks in about 200 towns and villages across the
      country.

      The company will roll out about 5,000 such netkiosks,
      which will be operated on a franchisee model and
      enable new entrepreneurs across the rural landscape to
      use technology for e-Commerce, education and
      e-Governance. It will lead to better communication and
      access to information through all round connectivity
      and offer people a platform to acquire skills sets,
      undertake e-Literacy programmes for ordinary citizens.
      Microsoft, as part of its rural computing initiative
      'Project Saksham', will work with Hughes to set up the
      ICT kiosks across blocks, talluqas and villages.
      Microsoft aimed to drive technology access at the
      grass root level to enable socio economic development
      of rural communities, Microsoft Head - Rural Computing
      Tarun Malik said. Hughes India CEO and President
      Pranav Roach said, the net kiosks would not only
      provide a platform for exchange of information and
      knowledge but also serve as a platform to create over
      15,000 jobs and self-employment opportunities.
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