Will low Earth orbit (LEO) satellite broadband lead to a communications revolution? Despite promise and potential, five critical uncertainties persist.
Amid the shifting sands of the telecom industry, new players are emerging. What does that mean for traditional operators?
Backed by 17 UN bodies, the United for Smart Sustainable Cities Initiative supports the new partnerships driving smart city projects.
Ålesund is Norway's first city to report its experience with the Key Performance Indicators offered by the United for Smart Sustainable Cities Initiative, and initiative supported by 17 UN bodies to accelerate the transition to smart cities.
Learn more about the new Telecoms Unit launched by the City Council of Glasgow. Described as the first of its kind in Scotland, the initiative aims to attract, accelerate and facilitate private sector digital infrastructure investment in the city.
ITU Deputy Secretary-General Malcolm Johnson reflects on how COVID-19 has underscored the importance of cybersecurity in the digital economy - and what can be done to strengthen it during and after the pandemic.
Discover how the United Arab Emirates is advancing digital transformation with UAE Pass: a free digital identity solution for citizens and residents to streamline access to thousands of public and private services across the country.
Meet this year's winners of Innovation Factory, AI for Good's platform to showcase startups which use artificial intelligence to tackle global challenges. The 2020 edition saw over 200 submissions from 60 countries, with 36 applicants pitching during seven sessions throughout the year.
Learn more about the software that enables users to navigate the complex and voluminous information at the heart of the Radio Regulations: Article 5 and its Table of Frequency Allocations – also known as RR5 TFA.
The COVID-19 pandemic has underscored humanity's growing reliance on broadcasting systems. On World Television Day, learn more about ITU's role in bringing television through the broadcasting ‘value chain’, from the production of TV programmes to their ultimate delivery to global audiences.