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The World of ICTs (StatShot): There are over 100 countries with mobile-cellular penetration exceeding 100% (meaning there are more mobile-cellular subscriptions than inhabitants). In 7 economies world-wide mobile-cellular penetration is over 200%. China is the first country to achieve 1 billion mobile-cellular subscriptions.
Space Services International coordination, notification and recording procedures for space systems and earth stations and examination of frequency assignment notices submitted by Administrations (Membership) for inclusion in the Master International Frequency Register (MIFR).
Radiocommunication Sector (ITU-R) - ITU global standard for international mobile telecommunications ´IMT-Advanced´ International Mobile Telecommunications-Advanced (IMT-Advanced) systems are mobile systems that include the new capabilities of IMT that go beyond those of IMT-2000. Such systems provide access to a wide range of telecommunication services including advanced mobile services, supported by mobile and fixed networks, which are increasingly packet-based.
ITU Telecommunication Development Sector Contributing to the creation of enabling regulatory and market environments, the efficient development technologies and networks and new ICT applications, promoting Digital Inclusion of people with special needs, undertaking capacity building activities, strengthening cybersecurity, helping develop emergency telecommunication networks and boosting ICT’s input to climate change monitoring and mitigation.
WTSA 2012 WTSA is held every four years and defines the next period of study for ITU-T. WTSA-12 took place in the Dubai, UAE, 20-29 November 2012.
WCIT 2012 WCIT 2012 Dubai, United Arab Emirates, 3-14 December 2012 Conference concludes in Dubai with 89 countries having signed the updated International Telecommunication Regulations