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Measuring the Information Society 2018

The 2018 edition of the Measuring the Information Society Report was launched last month during the 16th World Telecommunication/ICT Indicators Symposium (WTIS), in Geneva, Switzerland. The 10th edition of the Measuring the Information Society Report, an annual report published by ITU since 2009, features key ICT data to measure the information society. The report presents …
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Broadband Helps Move to Low-carbon Economies

The UNESCO Broadband Commission for Digital Development has just published the report, “The Broadband Bridge: Linking ICT with Climate Action.” The study has found that broadband can help the world to switch to a low-carbon economy and address climate change. The report aims to raise awareness of the pivotal role that information and communications technologies, …
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Spain Just Misses Out on World Podium for Mobile Internet Quality

Spain places 4th worldwide in terms of the quality of its mobile broadband quality, according to the Broadband Quality Score III study published by Cisco. Of the 72 countries featured in the ranking, only Sweden, Denmark and the U.S. had better connections speeds and wireless broadband penetration. The world domination of Sweden and Denmark now …
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World’s Most Advanced Broadband Markets

South Korea has held on to the title of the world’s most advanced broadband market, according to the latest rankings by analyst firm Strategy. Hong Kong, the Netherlands, Lithuania, and Japan round out the top five slots. The rankings are the result of a new broadband measurement tool just launched by Strategy Analytics. The “Broadband …
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Measuring the Information Society 2010

The International Telecommunication Union has launched the latest edition of its report, “Measuring the Information Society.” The ITU uses two benchmarking tools to measure the Information Society, the ICT Development Index (IDI) and the ICT Price Basket. The IDI tracks the level of advancement of ICTs in 159 countries worldwide and compares the progress made …
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