The Vice Governor of Bali Opens Official IOH 5G Launching, Supports the 17th G20 Summit

  • 04 Agustus 2022
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The Vice Governor of Bali Opens Official IOH 5G Launching, Supports the 17th G20 Summit

BADUNG, – The Vice Governor of Bali, Prof. Tjok Oka Artha Ardhana Sukawati in his speech opening the Official Indosat Ooredoo Hutchison (IOH) 5G Launching in Bali to Support G20 powered by Huawei at BNDCC Nusa Dua, Wednesday (Buda Umanis, Tambir), August 3, 2022 said that information is the main raw material in executing decisions, so that even wise people say that only those who have mastered the information will win in competition and battle.

“In Bali, information was delivered only through kentongan, the scope of which was only in the banjar or village. But now, through technology, we can get information very quickly, not only in narrative but also in the form of video and the quality is getting better and better," Cok Ace said.

Cok Ace added that the Bali Provincial Government is very concerned about the advancement of digital technology, one of which is through the digitization program to remote villages by installing free wifi as many as 1493 wifi spots throughout Bali. The goal is that all information can be conveyed openly to the public to realize a digitally integrated Bali.


According to Cok Ace, the implementation of the G20 Presidency in Bali has had a very significant impact on infrastructure development in Bali, one of which is the development of information technology in Bali. The Provincial Government of Bali feels very grateful for getting the first priority in getting 5G services in Indonesia.

The Minister of Tourism of the Republic of Indonesia, Sandiaga Uno in his virtual speech said that with 5G services to support the implementation of the G20 Presidency in Bali, of course, it would provide the best service for state leaders and G20 delegates. Sandiaga Uno hopes that this 5G service can also cover tourist destinations in Bali.

In addition, Wayan Toni Supriyanto, Secretary of the Director General of Post and Information Technology, Kominfo RI also said that to support the organization of the 17th G20 Summit, the adoption of the latest technological solutions is needed. One solution is to provide 5G services. As the future, 5G wireless technology will be able to sustain consumer income in the information technology sector up to 31 Trillion USD.

On this occasion, the signing of the MOU between IOH and universities in Bali and BPD Bali also took place.(Rls/Btnc)