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  • 1. Accelerating Broadband and ICT Adoption John Davies Vice President, Intel Corporation May 2014
  • 2. Intel’s vision Connecting Next Billion people Education Collaborating with Governments Summary Agenda 2
  • 3. Intel’s Vision • “This decade we will create and extend computing technology to connect and enrich the lives of every person on earth this decade”.Mr. J. Davies launching Reaching the Third Billion program at ITU TW’11 opening ceremony “Create and extend computing technology to enrich the lives of every student on earth this decade” Intel’s Education Mission 3
  • 4. Intel’s vision Connecting Next Billion people Education Collaborating with Governments Summary Agenda 4
  • 5. Broadband Impact • IDB: 10% BB growth in LAR  GDP + 3.2% , Productivity + 2.6% • World Bank: 10% BB growth in Low/Med incomes  GDP +1.38% • ITU: +11% Panama growth 2005-2011 due to broad band growth Economic Growth • Katz: Dominican Republic-1% in BB growth= + 0.29% employment • Turkey: BB could create 180,000-380,000 new jobs per year • Connected Nation: Kentucky employment +63,000 in 2 years Employment Growth • USA 2009: 8 million people study on-line, 24% Growth per year • USA- 85% of new employment needs intensive computing use • OECD: broad band at home improves learning at school Education Quality
  • 6. 732M 860M 533M 1145M -2% 0% 2% 4% 6% 8% 10% 12% 14% 16% BRICTIM Population that can afford BB BBasa%of Income Need low cost Prepaid BB Need Government Support 80% can’t afford Broadband at 3% income threshold, (*) Source: ITU report 2010. Measurement of the ICT development Can afford ~ $20/month
  • 7. India Challenges: • Availability • Affordability • Skills + Awareness Solutions: • National Broadband Plans with goals • Policies for competition + spectrum • Utilize Universal Service Funds • Digital Literacy and Demand Creation
  • 8. Indonesia Challenges • Broadband 2/3 of the overall cost • Less than 10% could afford BB cost • Reduce BB cost to reach more people Solutions • May 2013 launched with Telkom Free 120 hours + 240 hours with $0.50 • Top-up for 6-mo • Demand Creation Awareness Telekom: ~1M new subscriptions in first 3 months due to Intel program
  • 9. Intel’s vision Connecting Next Billion people Education Collaborating with Governments Summary Agenda 9
  • 10. Intel Education 1 Our vision Advance excellence in education worldwide Our mission Create and extend computing technology to enrich the lives of every student on earth this decade
  • 11. Intel Investment in Education 1 Transforming education in 100 countries Professional development for 12M teachers 7M students annually in Intel STEM Fairs Tools for Digital literacy + jobs creation skills $1B invested in the last decade
  • 12. Objectives 2008 2010 Teachers ICT Certification 8% 90% Students per PC 9:1 2:1 Household PC Penetration 43% 70% Portugal – Education Transformation Start - 40% Funds from 450M Eu 3G Spectrum fee Today – 100% have PC , local industry + Content
  • 13. Concept Before After Laptop (prior to duties) 3 options.. ~$400 ~$270 Import duties on Notebook (30% went down to zero) ~$120 $0 Interest rate (1 year loan, 14% went down to 5%) ~$80 ~$13 Internet cost (Pre-paid package special for students instead of post-paid) ~$640 ~$46 Subtotal ~$1,240 ~$430 Government subsidy (50% of overall cost) ~$215 Cash ~$1,240 ~$215 Monthly payment fee for students (all students qualifies) ~$100 ~$16 Senegal - College PC Program  Demand aggregation : Laptops  Import duties from 30% to zero  Interest rate from 14% to 5% (and available for every college student)  Internet package, from post-paid to pre-paid, special for college students  Government subsidy, from none to 50% of overall cost. 2,000 Students  20,000 in 2013 with program
  • 14. Students PRC, India CMCC, CTC, CUC, Reliance… Parents for their kids’ Education Indo, Thai, Vietnam Telkom, DOT, VNPT… Teachers for improving their capabilities/IT skills Nigeria Airtel, Etisalat, MTN 14 Prepaid Broadband and Education Students Central America Claro
  • 15. Leadership Education Programs in LAR Colombia VenezuelaPanama Argentina
  • 16. Intel’s vision Connecting Next Billion people Education Collaborating with Governments Summary Agenda 16
  • 17. Public and Private Partnership Broadband Best Practices : BB commission Affordability: Loans, Taxes House-hold Broadband penetration: Licensee fees, USF • Education: BB Nat’l plans and USF Brasil Senegal Colombia South Africa Malaysia Turkey BB commission meeting in Mexico 17
  • 18. USF/BB Conferences • 3 Major conferences in 2013 • Intel event with Gov. and ITU collaboration • 50+ countries, 200+ officials, $40B USF •Upcoming Events: •June 24-27- Cape Town, South Africa •September 23-26 in Guadalajara Mr. John Davies @ WW USF conference in Istanbul Dr. H. Toure, SG ITU @ WW USF conference in Istanbul 18
  • 19. Intel’s vision Connecting Next Billion people Education Collaborating with Governments Summary Agenda 19
  • 20. • Start with Long Term Plan to benefit Citizens, SMB , Students • Includes… How to - Public and Private Partnership (Gov + Telco + Industry) Reach - Universal Service Funds to boost Broadband Access Afford - Prepaid Broadband + Low cost device + Content Add Value – maximize local jobs + productivity Must do - Education transformation for employment skills Summary 20
  • 21. Thank you!
  • 22. Sri Lanka: Pre-paid catalyzes Broadband growth • Government pushed digital agenda reducing devices’ taxes and enabling online services • Telcos launched pre-paid broadband packages in Q1’10. • People that could afford Broadband cost at 3% threshold went from ~15% to ~70%. Source: Billboard in centric Colombo street Sources: Euro monitor, CIA Fact book, ITU, Intel Prepaid model applied to Broadband drives incremental subscribers for Telcos
  • 23. Program recognized @ WW level Pre-paid Broadband is viral in Emerging Markets  Live in 59 countries  ~20+ million bundles sold  ~40% TCO reduction  ~1.2B additional people can now afford (3x+) 2012 BB Commission report 2012 World Economic Forum report 2013 UNESCO Education report 23
  • 24. Benefit of Connectedness Staying connected to your friends, family and to what’s going on in the world Benefit of Personal/ Family Advancement Furthering your education, your career and providing benefits for the whole family Benefit of Freedom Having the ability to access a PC anywhere, anytime for convenience and to keep your data safe Source: Intel Research. Q4’13 24 Education is #1 family motivation for technology adoption