Difference between revisions of "Global Connectivity Index"

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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>
  
* '''Supply:''' measures current levels of supply for ICT products and services used for digital transformation. Supply indicators: ICT
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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
investment, telecom investment, ICT laws, international Internet
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bandwidth, fiber optics, 4G coverage, data center investment, cloud
 
bandwidth, fiber optics, 4G coverage, data center investment, cloud
 
investment, big data investment, and IoT investment.
 
investment, big data investment, and IoT investment.

Revision as of 05:07, 8 May 2016

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

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.
  • 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.