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    • Singapore Infocomm Industry Development Presented by Mr Low Aik Lim, Deputy Director, Enterprise Infocomm 16 Dec 2009 © 2009 IDA Singapore. All Rights Reserved. 2008 CONFIDENTIAL 1
    • Agenda > Singapore’s Infocomm Landscape > Infocomm Industry Development Strategies > Industry Development Framework © 2009 IDA Singapore. All Rights Reserved. CONFIDENTIAL 2
    • 1 Singapore’s Infocomm Landscape © 2009 IDA Singapore. All Rights Reserved. CONFIDENTIAL 3
    • Singapore > Land Area 710.2 sq km > Population 4.987m > Labour Force 3.271m > Unemployment Rate 2.2% Turnover Rate 2.8% > Literacy Rate 96% % Secondary & Higher Qualifications 89.6% Mean years of Schooling 9.7 yrs *Source: Official statistics obtained from the Ministry of Manpower, Singapore Department of Statistics and the Ministry of Trade and Industry, October 2009 © 2009 IDA Singapore. All Rights Reserved. CONFIDENTIAL 4
    • About Singapore Infocomm Statistics > Home Broadband Penetration 99.9% > Business Broadband Adoption 65% > Mobile Phone Penetration 131.7% *Source: IDA Annual Report 2008/2009, IDA Surveys and Statistics on Telecoms Services, April 2009 © 2009 IDA Singapore. All Rights Reserved. CONFIDENTIAL 5
    • The infocomm industry - Significant GDP contributor - Growth driven by tapping Asia demand •CAGR 13.7% Exports comprise two-thirds of 7.7% industry revenue 6% 6.3% 5.5% 4.6% •Infocomm Revenue •Infocomm Share of GDP •Infocomm industry contributes ~6% GDP Source: IDA Annual Infocomm Industry Survey © 2009 IDA Singapore. All Rights Reserved. CONFIDENTIAL 6
    • Total Infocomm Industry Revenue by Segment (2008) Hardware % of total revenue 2% 15% Software % of total revenue 15% Telecommunications services % of total revenue 51% IT services % of total revenue 17% Content services % of total revenue © 2009 IDA Singapore. All Rights Reserved. CONFIDENTIAL 7
    • Steady Growth of Infocomm Manpower 160,000 139,000 140,000 Infocomm Manpower 120,000 100,000 92,800 80,000 60,000 40,000 36,940 20,000 0 1989 1999 2008 Year © 2009 IDA Singapore. All Rights Reserved. CONFIDENTIAL 8
    • International Rankings 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 World Economic Forum (WEF) Global Information Technology Report (GITR) 2nd 1st 2nd 3rd 5th 4th Ranking World Economic Forum (WEF) Global 7th 5th 8th 7th 5th NA Competitiveness Index (GCI) Ranking International Institute for Management Development (IMD) World Competitiveness 2nd 3rd 3rd 2nd 2nd NA Yearbook Ranking Economist Intelligence Unit (EIU) 7th 11th 13th 6th 6th NA e-Readiness Ranking Economist Intelligence Unit (EIU) 11th NA NA NA (First ranking 9th NA Benchmarking IT Industry Competitiveness released in 2007) Accenture e-Government Leadership 2nd 3rd NA* 1st NA* NA Ranking Waseda University International e- NA 3rd 3rd 2nd 2nd 1st Government Ranking * There are no rankings for that year. © 2009 IDA Singapore. All Rights Reserved. CONFIDENTIAL 9
    • 2 Infocomm Industry Development Strategies © 2009 IDA Singapore. All Rights Reserved. CONFIDENTIAL 10
    • 6 National Infocomm Plans and 4 Government Infocomm Plans Leveraging Infocomm for Innovation, Integration and Internationalisation Unleashing potential of Infocomm to create new values, realise possibilities & enrich lives Developing Singapore as global Infocomm Capital, e-Economy and e-Society Transforming Singapore into an Intelligent Island Extending government systems to private sector e.g. TradeNet, MediNet, LawNet Civil Service Computerisation Programme Developing IT industry & IT manpower © 2009 IDA Singapore. All Rights Reserved. CONFIDENTIAL 11
    • IDA’s Roles Singapore: An Intelligent Nation, a Global City, Powered by Infocomm Master planning, project- Transforming key managing, implementing people sector infocomm systems and clusters & raising the capabilities for infocomm Infocomm Sector People sophistication of Government Government Industry Transforma- Sector citizens CIO Developer tion Enrichment Develop vibrant and competitive IT and Spearheading communications industry transformation of Infocomm Infrastructure key economic sectors, Architecting Singapore’s ICT Manpower Development Government and society roadmap, planning for key Infocomm Security through more infrastructure, manpower sophisticated and Infocomm Policy development, security and innovative use of technological developments International Engagement infocomm Technology Corporate Functions © 2009 IDA Singapore. All Rights Reserved. CONFIDENTIAL 12
    • Industry Development Objectives ANCHOR GROW CONNECT GLOBALISE Enhance Develop world- Foster Facilitate the innovation class competitive partnerships and pervasive diversity capabilities alliances within adoption of of Singapore’s of Singapore’s the Singapore Singapore infocomm infocomm infocomm infocomm ecosystem industry ecosystem solutions in the Global Market © 2009 IDA Singapore. All Rights Reserved. CONFIDENTIAL 13
    • 3 Infocomm Industry Development Framework © 2009 IDA Singapore. All Rights Reserved. CONFIDENTIAL 14
    • Market Development Vibrant Infocomm Ecosystem Shared IT Services Shared IT Services Data Centers / Call IT Services IT Services Data Centers / Call Centers / Centers / Applications / Applications // Applications Internet services Internet services ASPs Middleware / OS Middleware / OS Telecommunications Infrastructure Telecommunications Infrastructure © 2009 IDA Singapore. All Rights Reserved. CONFIDENTIAL 15
    • Market Development Initiatives Product Resellers / Research Users Development Integrators Research Institutes, Institutes of Higher Learning Private Sector: Infocomm Buyers Non-infocomm Buyers MNCs Local Enterprises Public Sector IDA as a Catalyst © 2009 IDA Singapore. All Rights Reserved. CONFIDENTIAL 16
    • Market Development Initiatives Product Resellers / Research Users Development Integrators • 1996: Government Electronic Mail System (GEMS), service-wide email for all. Research Institutes, • 2001: Government Data Centre – robust, secure and comprehensive infrastructure facility for server hosting bu government agencies. of Higher Learning Institutes Private Sector: • 2001:IDA launches ‘Overseas Development Programme’ (ODP) to serve asdelivery. Infocomm Buyers • Public Service Infrastructure (PSi), shared infrastructure for e-service a key platform for local enterprises to team up with • 2003: Singpass, singleMNCs. leading infocomm password system for government transactions. Non-infocomm Buyers • 1981: • IDA unveils theOperating Environment branding. National University of Singapore. • 2008: StandardSystems ScienceSingapore’ (SOEasy), common Government ICT Environment for public sector. Institute of ICT ‘Infocomm is established in the MNCs • 1986: •IDAInformation Technology Institute is set up. to groom local enterprises to be well-known players in the global arena. The launches Internationalisation Programme • 1998: Institute of Systems Science and Information Technology Institute merge to form Kent Ridge Digital Labs to focus on ICT research. • 1996: Launch of National Computer Board LIUP (Local Industry Upgrading Programme). Local Enterprises • 1989: TradeNetCollaboration with industry on non-US Singapore, Adaptive Enterprise@Singapore, CiscoPublic Sector • 2002-2009: is launched and became first .NetMy recipient of the 1989 partners in leadership award. Enabling Platform Innovation Centre (EPIC@SG), Oracle Next Generation Enterprise Computing Centre, QAD SaaS Development Centre, • 1990: LawNet, one-stop startup development programmes. Microsoft/SUN/Yahoo services portal for the legal profession goes live. • 1990: MediNet is launched as a nationwideInfocommLIVE! • Distinguished Infocomm Speakers and medical computer network which linked 20 hospitals, the Health Ministry and the Central Provident Board. • 1995: CORENET is launched, providing an integrated environment for members of the construction and real estates sectors. IDA as a Catalyst • 1997: Singapore ONE, world’s first nation-wide broadband network. • 2006: Wireless@SG, provides island-wide broadband access from public places. • 2009: Next Generation National Broadband Network. © 2009 IDA Singapore. All Rights Reserved. CONFIDENTIAL 17
    • SINGAPORE: AN INTELLIGENT NATION, A GLOBAL CITY POWERED BY INFOCOMM www.ida.gov.sg www.infocommsingapore.sg © 2009 IDA Singapore. All Rights Reserved. CONFIDENTIAL 18