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Using Cisco CUTO, XL Axiata improves throughput in Indonesia

XL Axiata improve network capacity efficiency by leveraging technology Cisco Ultra Traffic Optimization (CUTO). This method is done so that the service internet XL Axiata is even smoother than before.

In collaboration with CiscoXL Axiata applies this technology to its 4G LTE network in a number of areas with high data traffic density. In 2022, these mobile operators will expand the adoption of CUTO technology.

CUTO technology is an optimization feature presented by Cisco to increase the efficiency of XL Axiata network capacity by relying on Artificial Intelligence (AI) and Machine Learning (ML).

With these AI and ML algorithms, CUTO is able to detect network congestion and optimize data traffic, so that the use of network capacity can be more efficient without compromising the customer experience. XL Axiata.

“CUTO helps increase the efficiency of network capacity so that our cellular network infrastructure becomes even better. With CUTO, XL Axiata can provide high-quality data services to customers, wherever they are,” said Director & Chief Technology Officer XL Axiata, I Gede Darmayusa in a press release, Monday (17/1/2022).

Gede explained that Cisco’s technology is expected to be a solution that continues to support the growth of customer data traffic by providing: throughput and experience mobile broadband which is better to its customers.

He conveyed, the adoption of CUTO claimed that the throughput of XL Axiata users had increased by around 17%.

Through a number of features owned by CUTO, network capacity can be enlarged without having to upgrade the network as is the case with conventional solutions.

Current number of customers XL Axiata reached nearly 58 million in Indonesia with a network coverage of almost 460 cities supported by 69 thousand 4G BTS. The total BTS (2G/3G/4G) currently owned by XL Axiata is 153 thousand. News Fox24

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