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1 International Telecommunication Union Committed to connecting the world 1 Global Trends and Future Growth Malcolm Johnson Director Telecommunication Standardization Bureau, ITU Commonwealth ICT Leaders Summit London, 14 September 2012

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12 Committed to connecting the world Google, ITU team up to deliver free global tech stats 12

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16 Committed to connecting the world 16 ITUs ICT price basket

17 Committed to connecting the world 17 Share of Internet users in the total population

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19 Committed to connecting the world 19 Subscriptions by speed

20 Committed to connecting the world 20 Europe leads the broadband race

21 Committed to connecting the world 21 Growth in bandwidth facilitates broadband uptake

22 Committed to connecting the world Google, ITU team up to deliver free global tech stats 22

23 Committed to connecting the world ITU: enabling communication since

24 Committed to connecting the world Unique public/private partnership UN agency for ICTs Members: 193 Member States (Governments and regulatory bodies) 700 Private Sector (Sector Members and Associates) 37 Academia Mr. Ban Ki-moon, Secretary-General of the United Nations and Dr. H. Touré, Secretary-General of ITU

25 Committed to connecting the world General Secretariat coordinates work of ITU ITU-R manages radio spectrum and satellite orbits ITU-D assists developing countries ITU: committed to connecting the world ITU-T develops ICT and telecommunication standards

26 Committed to connecting the world 26 Without ITU you couldnt make a telephone call from one side of the world to another. Without ITU the Internet wouldnt function. ITU connects the world…


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