Friendster Berbahasa Indonesia

April 15, 2008 at 10:21 am | Posted in IT News | Leave a comment

Sepertinya, aku semakin menjadi maniak situs Friendster. Naluriku semakin terpacu untuk lebih meng-“utak-atik” situs social networking ini. Entah mengapa aku tidak begitu tertarik dengan Facebook, MySpace, dan situs social networking lainnya selain Friendster…

Bila dilihat, ada yang baru dari Friendster. Selain aplikasi-aplikasinya yang tambah banyak, tentu saja bagi kita yang hidup dan dibesarkan di INdonesia dan paham betul dengan bahasa Indonesia, hal ini menjadi suatu kebanggaan. Apa pasal? Soalnya, Friendster meluncurkan layanan teknologinya dalam bahasa Indonesia, setelah mereka meluncurkan dalam enam bahasa lainnya. Tapi, ada satu hal yang aneh berkaitan dengan layanannya dalam bahasa ibu pertiwi… Continue Reading Friendster Berbahasa Indonesia…


Nge-blog lagiii!!!!

April 15, 2008 at 10:07 am | Posted in IT News | Leave a comment

Sepertinya sudah sekian lama aku tidak nge-blog….hmmm, banyak hal yang terjadi. Dan banyak hal juga yang bisa diceritakan sebenarnya. Tapi, ada satu hal menarik begitu melihat tampilan baru dari wordpress….wuihhh…. lucu juga ya inovasinya…. Ada apa ini??

Mungkin ini yang dinamakan inovasi dalam menghadapi persaingan… Awalnya wordpress “datar-datar” aja. Tapi sekarang udah bisa masukin suara, musik, gambar, video, dll…hmmm canggih juga. Continue Reading Nge-blog lagiii!!!!…

ITRB Should be Independent

January 15, 2008 at 7:02 am | Posted in IT News | Leave a comment

Wednesday, 9 January 2008

The function and job scope of the Indonesian Telecommunications Regulatory Body (ITRB) is apparently still under question.

Answering to SDA Asia’s query on the position and clear job description of the ITRB, member of ITRB,Heru Sutadi, said that the telecommunication industry in Indonesia is now in a transition era, so there are many rules that need to be finalised. Continue Reading ITRB Should be Independent…

Users of Frequency 1.9 GHz to Start Migrating

January 15, 2008 at 6:56 am | Posted in IT News | Leave a comment

Monday, 7 January 2008

Telecommunication executants in Indonesia have been urged to stop their operation in radio frequency 1.9 GHz and to migrate this frequency to 800 MHz. According to Gatot Dewa Broto, Chief of General Affairs and Public Relations Directorate General Post and Telecommunications Ministry of Communication and Information Technology, this announcement is apparently the result of a recent evaluation on 1.9GHz. Continue Reading Users of Frequency 1.9 GHz to Start Migrating…

Bangladesh PC Market Maintained Plateau in ‘07

January 15, 2008 at 6:54 am | Posted in IT News | Leave a comment

Friday, 4 January 2008

Political instability may have led to a slowdown in Bangladesh’s business investments, but the PC market has managed to remain as it was in Q2 07. According to a recent IDC study, while the market showed a declining trend starting from the first quarter of the year, Q3 07 showed the least with less than one percent decrement sequentially.

IDC expects shipments to stand still year-on-year to reach 185,000 units in 2007 due to floods, political turmoil & hurricane in recent months.

Nonetheless notebook expansion continues to grow as public awareness on the products are growing rapidly despite the negative tension on the market. Continue Reading Bangladesh PC Market Maintained Plateau in ‘07…

F5 Networks Delivers Comprehensive Application Security Solution

January 15, 2008 at 6:49 am | Posted in IT News | Leave a comment

F5 Networks, Inc, the global leader in Application Delivery Networking, announced a new version of its BIG-IP Application Security Manager™ (ASM) solution.

The new BIG-IP ASM delivers unprecedented security capabilities, enabling both network and security architects to manage the multiple layers of their application security environments comprehensively and transparently. In addition, BIG-IP ASM’s robust capabilities and ease-of-use make it an ideal security solution for architects seeking to safely introduce new technologies into their application delivery infrastructures, including solutions that ensure regulatory requirements for financial, e-commerce, health care, and retail industries. Continue Reading F5 Networks Delivers Comprehensive Application Security Solution…

Storage Trend Predictions for 2008

January 4, 2008 at 5:45 am | Posted in IT News | 1 Comment

Wednesday, 2 January 2008

With increasing concern about global warming, 2008 will see more governments impose guidelines and legislation around carbon emissions and major corporations will set targets for reduction of carbon emissions.

A major source of carbon emissions comes from the generation of electricity and the increasing demand for compute power, network bandwidth and storage capacity will increase the need for data centre power and cooling. The US government just completed a study which estimated that the IT sector consumed about 61 billion kilowatt-hours (kWh) in 2006 (1.5 percent of total U.S. electricity consumption) for a total electricity cost of about USD 4.5 billion. This number is expected to double in the next 5 years. Continue Reading Storage Trend Predictions for 2008…

Fujitsu Indonesia Launches 2 Scanners in the New Year

January 4, 2008 at 5:39 am | Posted in IT News | Leave a comment

Wednesday, 2 January 2008

Fujitsu Indonesia has launched the fi-6140 and fi-6240 colour A4 scanners for Indonesian market to mark the New Year. According to a press release issued, Lina Melinda, Deputy Group Manager, Business Administration Group PT, Fujitsu Indonesia said that the fi-6140 and fi-6240 are designed to digitize cards, paper, photographs, transparencies, and other items with sizes ranging from A8 (53mm x 74mm) to A4 (210mm x 297mm).

“Both scanners also support barcode and patchwork reading, thus allowing them to simultaneously scan and separate different scan jobs for time savings,” added Melinda. Continue Reading Fujitsu Indonesia Launches 2 Scanners in the New Year…

Open Source to Grow in 2008

January 4, 2008 at 5:27 am | Posted in IT News | Leave a comment

Monday, 31 December 2007

Open source has been predicted to be one of top IT business models to watch out for in 2008. According to Made Wiryana, Academician, Lecturer, and open source expert, disappointment in Windows Vista coupled with great responses and high expectation to low end machines that come bundled with the Linux operating system and the rising interest in green IT, has made many think positively about Linux.

“For example many departments in Indonesia already have migrated to Linux. This phenomenon drives people to open source,” said Wiryana. Besides this, many big IT vendors such as IBM, Oracle, and other vendors who are specifically focused on services will see this open source as a trend.

IT business without community is impossible, Wiryana adds. He reckons open source businesses can solve local IT problems and big IT vendors should support and develop open source communities. Continue Reading Open Source to Grow in 2008…

Flood Destroys Communication Access in Indonesia

January 4, 2008 at 5:15 am | Posted in IT News | Leave a comment

Friday, 28 December 2007

Floods in Central Java and East Java of Indonesia have destroyed internet access in some areas.

Kasmadi, ICT Coordinator in Central Java said that big floods have destroyed areas in Central Java, such as wonogiri, Sukoharjo, Solo, Karanganyar, and Sragen, destroying 24 homes and claiming the lives of 65 people. “… in Wonogiri and Karanganyar, internet access is off,” Kasmadi told SDA Asia this morning.

The ICT Center –which is developed by the National Education Network, Central Java’s Government, and Wireless LAN Internet Indonesia Association (IndoWLI)—is helping the victims in Central Java, coordinating its rescue mission between the teams via the Internet, 3G, and cellular networks.

According to Barata Wardhana, Activist and Advisor from IndoWLI and Airputih Foundation, the Indosat Mega Media (IM2) will send their VSAT car to Ngawi, Central Java, and other cellular operators will also send aid. Tower, wireless radio 2,4 GHz, and antenna, will also switch on soon, he added.

“Hopefully ICT can be useful, so that information and data can be accessed easily,” added Barata.

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