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Launched in 2014.
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<blockquote>There are four components to the GCI: Supply, Demand, Experience and Potential. These encompass the entire chain of ICT development and digital transformation to provide a 360-degree view of the digital economy.</blockquote>
 
<blockquote>There are four components to the GCI: Supply, Demand, Experience and Potential. These encompass the entire chain of ICT development and digital transformation to provide a 360-degree view of the digital economy.</blockquote>
  
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* '''Supply:''' measures current levels of supply for ICT products and services used for digital transformation. Supply indicators: ICT investment, telecom investment, ICT laws, international Internet bandwidth, fiber optics, 4G coverage, data center investment, cloud investment, big data investment, and IoT investment.
 
* '''Supply:''' measures current levels of supply for ICT products and services used for digital transformation. Supply indicators: ICT investment, telecom investment, ICT laws, international Internet bandwidth, fiber optics, 4G coverage, data center investment, cloud investment, big data investment, and IoT investment.
 
* '''Demand:''' gauges demand for connectivity in the context of users and activities relating to digital transformation initiatives. Demand indicators: app downloads, e-commerce transactions, smartphone penetration, computer households, fixed broadband subscriptions, mobile broadband subscriptions, data center equipment, cloud migration, analytics data creation, IoT installed base.
 
* '''Demand:''' gauges demand for connectivity in the context of users and activities relating to digital transformation initiatives. Demand indicators: app downloads, e-commerce transactions, smartphone penetration, computer households, fixed broadband subscriptions, mobile broadband subscriptions, data center equipment, cloud migration, analytics data creation, IoT installed base.
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* '''Potential:''' comprises a forwardlooking set of indicators that point towards the future development of the digital economy. Potential indicators: R&D expenditure, ICT patents, IT workforce, software developers, and market potential Index calculations for broadband, data centers, cloud services, big data, and IoT experience.
 
* '''Potential:''' comprises a forwardlooking set of indicators that point towards the future development of the digital economy. Potential indicators: R&D expenditure, ICT patents, IT workforce, software developers, and market potential Index calculations for broadband, data centers, cloud services, big data, and IoT experience.
  
* Developed by [[Huawei]]
 
  
 
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Latest revision as of 04:10, 8 May 2016

http://www.huawei.com/minisite/gci/en/

Developed by Huawei and launched in 2014.

There are four components to the GCI: Supply, Demand, Experience and Potential. These encompass the entire chain of ICT development and digital transformation to provide a 360-degree view of the digital economy.

Components:

  • Supply: measures current levels of supply for ICT products and services used for digital transformation. Supply indicators: ICT investment, telecom investment, ICT laws, international Internet bandwidth, fiber optics, 4G coverage, data center investment, cloud investment, big data investment, and IoT investment.
  • Demand: gauges demand for connectivity in the context of users and activities relating to digital transformation initiatives. Demand indicators: app downloads, e-commerce transactions, smartphone penetration, computer households, fixed broadband subscriptions, mobile broadband subscriptions, data center equipment, cloud migration, analytics data creation, IoT installed base.
  • Experience: comprises variables for analyzing the experience of connectivity for endusers and organizations in today’s digital economy. Experience indicators: government services, telecom customer services, internet participation, broadband download speeds, fixed broadband affordability, mobile broadband affordability, data center experience, big data experience, cloud experience, IoT experience.
  • Potential: comprises a forwardlooking set of indicators that point towards the future development of the digital economy. Potential indicators: R&D expenditure, ICT patents, IT workforce, software developers, and market potential Index calculations for broadband, data centers, cloud services, big data, and IoT experience.