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World Telecommunication Day 1999, E-Commerce

Policy Considerations for Electronic Commerce: ITU Member Views

HP will be using the WISekey ROOT PKI to secure HP’s Capital markets and treasury systems

WISeKey and Celo Communications join to provide PKI-enabled VPN solution

The WISeKey / Celo solution will allow the International Telecommunication Union (ITU), an intergovernmental organization, to accelerate the development of the ITU-WISeKey partnership for electronic commerce. Due to the new system, WISeKey can now offer its global network to provide secure connectivity for Registration Authorities (RAs) in relation with the ITU EC-DC project. ...More

Internationally Accepted Platform for E-Commerce Opens New Markets to High-Security Internet Trading

The new platform is based on a global Public Key Infrastructure (PKI) utilizing WISeKey technology that is recognized by the International Telecommunications Union (ITU) as well as ...More

E-business and infrastructure

Less than a year after the International Telecommunications Union (ITU) signed a partnership agreement with Geneva-based World Trade Centers and WISeKey, deployment of e-business infrastructure has started in more than 80 countries.(© Earth Times News Service) ...More

ITU Teams Up with World Trade Center and World Internet Secure Key

Electronic Commerce in Developing Countries project (EC-DC) using the World Trade Center network and its global infrastructure of more than 300 centers in more than 100 countries ...More

E-Commerce in developing countries

The EC-DC project uses a distributed approach interconnecting countries via a secure e-commerce portal through their respective World Trade Centres and local banks ...More

Policy and Standards Promoting Global Electronic Commerce

...enable developing and least developed countries to use existing telecommunication infrastructures and services to participate in Electronic Commerce by providing a low cost gateway to the global marketplace ...More

The Costs of Leapfrogging

EC-DC's mission is to help developing countries participate in e-commerce through increased awareness, technology transfer and the development of appropriate infrastructure. ...More

E-Commerce The Brave-But Uneven-New World

"...a demonstration of our commitment to work with partners in expanding the ITU EC-DC initiative by providing concrete solutions that will enable electronic commerce to be a truly global phenomenon ..." More

Tele options for community business: an opportunity for economic development in Africa

EC-DC uses a geographically distributed architecture that separates the components for building an electronic commerce system, so that developing countries can implement those components that use their current infrastructure. ...More

E-Commerce Challenges for the Developing World

National governments and international organizations, such as the ... International Telecommunications Union (ITU),  are taking actions to level the playing field, but many barriers remain to developing countries competing in today's Internet ruled global market ...More

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