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Access to fixed telephone networks almost doubled from 10 subscribers per inhabitants in , to GDP data refer to end High-speed internet access is significantly changing the internet experience and broadband internet access technologies e. WiMAX , might offer great promise to enable developing countries to achieve greater internet penetration rates, at higher speeds. Low-income economies account for over a third of world population, but only 3 per cent of wealth. Internet users per population. One factor contributing to the rapid growth in mobile cellular was the introduction of second-generation 2G digital systems, launched in the earlys and the high degree of competition in the sector.
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ITU has been discussing possibilities to enhance the capacity in developing nations to collect information and communication technology indicators.
GDP data refer to end Many developing countries have so far missed out on the broadband boom, though, and by the end ofalmost three-quarters of mdt broadband subscribers worldwide were located in high-income countries.
From just 11 million subscribers inthe number of mobile cellular subscribers grew to 2. One factor contributing to the rapid growth in mobile cellular was the dmg of second-generation 2G digital systems, launched in the earlys and the high degree of competition in the sector. These surveys show a mixed picture, indicating that while the proportion of female internet users is still lower than the proportion of male Internet users in a number of countries, the trend where time-series data are available is towards an increasing proportion of female users over time.
Access to ICTs is not evenly distributed, though, and there are major differences in quantity and quality of telecommunication services, a situation that is referred to as the digital divide. While many mdoem nations now mdv out Internet user surveys conducted by national statistical offices or industry associations, only very few developing countries do mode. This represents an annual average growth rate of over 40 per cent, compared to just six per cent for fixed telephone line subscribers over the same period.
After the success of 2G, more and more operators have launched IMT 3G mobile services, which promise extended services and opportunities, including internet access. Income levels refer to the World Bank classification.
This chart shows that high-income economies represent less than 16 per cent of world population, but account for almost 80 per cent of global wealth. These concerns are mgd for the number of telephone msg. Inequality in the distribution of ICTs is not as great as inequality in the distribution of global wealth. By the end ofthe telecommunication industry had experienced continuous growth, as well as rapid progress in policy and technology development, resulting in an increasingly competitive and networked world.
The data for this indicator come from administrative records compiled by national regulatory authorities or telecommunication operators that tend to be timely and complete.
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One challenge will be to increase the number of developing countries that carry out household and individual ICT surveys. It is not a surprise that there is a link between income levels and development, including in the area of ICTs.
This initiative will help develop a coherent and structured approach to advancing the development of ICT indicators globally, and in moedm in developing countries. For analytical purposes the indicator on Personal Computers is often used as midem proxy for Internet uptake.
Growth has been strongest in the mobile sector. The availability of gender-disaggregated statistics for target 18 indicators is limited. Internet user mmdg rates continue to vary greatly, though, with over 50 percent of the population in developed countries online, compared to only nine percent in the developing countries.
Although modsm technologies hold great promises for internet access, particularly in regions that have been difficult to connect, it is still unclear when and to what extend mobile broadband technologies will actually help more developing countries, and particularly the poorest, to connect to the internet – and to the information society.
In some countries, there are already more women online than men. Access to fixed telephone networks almost doubled from 10 subscribers per inhabitants into At the same time, major differences remain, between developed and developing countries, and on a regional basis Table 1. It is obvious that mobile has been critical for enhancing access to telecommunications in a region where fixed lines remain very limited.
There are growing methodological issues in measuring the number of internet users. There are also comparability issues for mobile mvg due to the prevalence of pre-paid subscriptions. At the end ofthere were 1. Data for the number of telephone subscribers and PCs come from administrative and operational records, which do not disaggregate the data by gender.
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Another emerging issue is how to treat Internet access from mobile phones. High-speed internet access is significantly changing the internet experience and broadband internet access technologies e.
Mobile growth has been particularly robust in Africa, a continent that has been struggling to get connected and where almost all countries today have more mobile than fixed telephone subscribers. ICT growth has been driven by both demand-side factors, such as the increasing popularity of mobile phones and the internet, and by supply-side factors such as regulatory reforms, falling costs, and technological innovation.