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ITU, the United Nations specialized agency for telecommunications, has its “eye” on ICTs and is recognized around the globe as the leading provider of timely and comprehensive telecommunication/ICT statistics and trends. The ICT “eye” website is a one stop-shop for ICT information and provides telecommunication/ICT indicators and statistics, regulatory and policy profiles, national tariff policies and scientific institutions, and much much more...

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Information Society Statistical Profiles 2009 - Americas

This report is the third of a series of regional statistical profiles on the information society prepared by ITU in 2009, as an input to the regional preparatory meetings (RPMs) for the ITU World Telecommunication Development Conference 2010 (WTDC-10). The third RPM – for the Americas region – takes place on 9-11 September 2009 and is hosted by the Government of Colombia. When it comes to information society developments in the Americas region, a promising development is mobile cellular uptake, and several of the region’s developing countries have a higher level of mobile penetration than its developed countries. During the past few years, mobile telephony has grown rapidly and is likely to exceed 100 per cent penetration in most countries in the near future. It is notable that no other region has such a strong presence of strategic investors, which account for three out of every four mobile subscriptions in Latin America and the Caribbean. The Americas region also stands out in terms of VoIP traffic, which has been growing steeply in Central and South America. Free download

 

Final Report: ITU Regional Seminar on the economic and financial aspects of telecommunications for member countries of Study Group 3 Regional Group for Latin America and Caribbean and Meeting of the SG3RG-LAC Members - San Salvador, El Salvador, 15-18 February 2011 Free download

 

G-REX, The Virtual Tool For Regulators

The Global Regulators' Exchange (G-REX) is a password protected website* for national communications regulators, policy makers and regional regulatory organizations. This exciting initiative, launched by the Telecommunication Development Bureau (BDT) of the International Telecommunication Union (ITU) in May 2001 provides a vehicle for sharing information, views and experiences on pressing regulatory issues. Regulatory information is key to creating an enabling environment to bridge the digital divide. The most popular feature of G-REX is the Hotline through which regulators and policy makers can pose any question they wish and seek feedback from their colleagues around the world. G-REX Advisors translate all postings into French, Spanish and English and research regulators’ websites to find useful information responsive to Hotline queries. G-REX is managed by the Regulatory & Market Environment Division (RME): regulators.hotline@itu.int Additional information

 

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