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"Estonian ICT sector & Estonian Association of Information Technology and Telecommunication", ITL, @ Tallinn 21.11.11

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  • 1. Estonian ICT sector &Estonian Association of InformationTechnology and TelecommunicationShort overviewDelegation of Saint-Petersburg ICT & mobile industryNovember, 21, 2011
  • 2. Estonian ICT industry• IKT companies (total 2010 Q4) - 1 748; – Incl. With more then 100 employees - 26;• ICT sector share of total GDP - approximately 5.8%• Average number of employees (2010 Q4) - 15 585;• ICT turnover (2010 total) - 2 082 million Euro;• - Incl. communications - 711.6 million Euro;• - Inc. IT services - 520 million Euro;• - Incl. hardware - 852 million Euro;• Exporters (from all ICT companies) - approximately 30% 1 Euro = 41.5 RUB
  • 3. Electronic communicationsService providers as of December 2010 (source – Estonian Technical SurveillanceAuthority):Telephone service 61Broadband service 189Mobile telephone service 27Leased lines service 35Cable television service 25Network service 39Total: 376 services (provided by 238 companies)Statistical information about communications:Mobile communications (active SIM cards) density – 119.7%;Subscribers of broadband services - about 350 000;Fixed telephone penetration - over 30%;Digital television in use (analogue switch-off 1.07.2010)3G networks in operation -34G licences issued -3Public WiFi areas - 1 141;Cable television coverage - 19% (homes), 43% (population)
  • 4. ITL - facts• 67 members (companies, universities)• Turnover of ITL members ~ 60% of ICT sector• Revenue of ITL members ~71% of ICT sector• 5600 employees in member companies• Profiles of companies: – IT services (software, systems) – Telecom – ICT equipment wholesale – Education and training – Legal services – Brances of international companies
  • 5. Main areas of activities• Export• Labor force and education• Cooperation with other industry associations• Development of information society• Reputation of the ITL and ICT sector• Electronic communications• Increasing the social responsibility of ICT companies• Intra-association cooperation
  • 6. Some projects• ICT cluster (cluster incubator): – Cooperation with other industries• EstWin – development of fiber optical network• Electronic Communications Act• Media Services Act• Training courses for companies (funding from Enterprice Estonia)• E- receipt• Promotion of ICT education• Development of ICT Curriculas
  • 7. Estonian Association of Information Tehnology and Telecommunications Lõõtsa 6 11415, Tallinn http://www.itl.ee info@itl.ee +372 617 714521.11.2011