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The ASEAN Telecommunication Regulators’ Council Joint Working Group And Working Group Meeting (ATRC JWG And WG)
04/03/2014

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4th March 2014 – The ASEAN Telecommunication Regulators’ Council Joint Working Group and Working Group Meeting (ATRC JWG and WG) is held from 4 March – 6 March 2014 at the Rizqun International Hotel, Bandar Seri Begawan.

 

There are about 40 delegates from the telecommunication regulatory authorities of ASEAN Member countries attending the meeting. The meeting will discuss on the progress of the projects and initiatives listed out in the ASEAN ICT Masterplan 2015 (AIM2015) and also discuss regulatory issues which the ASEAN regulators are facing such as:-

 

·         Quality of Service for Broadband Internet Access,

·         Consumer Awareness 

·         Internet Protocol TV (IPTV), Mobile TV and Over-the-Top (OTT) Regulations,

·         Promoting Cyber Security Initiatives,

·         Implementation of Mutual Recognition Arrangement, and

·         Digital dividend spectrum re-allocation approaches towards mobile broadband usage

 

Addressing at the opening ceremony, Hj Yahkup bin Hj Menudin, Chief Executive of AITI expressed his appreciation towards the current progress of implementation of AIM2015. He stressed the importance of cooperation among the regulators in ensuring the ASEAN citizens have equal opportunity to take part in the growth of the telecommunication.


Among the initiatives in Brunei Darussalam that Hj Yahkup shared were TelBru’s Fiber-To- The-Home projects, High Speed mobile broadband by DST which uses LTE technology and AITI’s project to review its current policies and licensing framework to cater for a converged telecoms and broadcasting sector.


Brunei Darussalam was represented by officials from the Authority for Info-communications Technology Industry of Brunei Darussalam (AITI).