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Estadisticas de la Poblacion Mundial en Internet y Online 2011 segun la ICT (International Communication Union) Más Estadisticas en http://www.itu.int

Estadisticas de la Poblacion Mundial en Internet y Online 2011 segun la ICT (International Communication Union) Más Estadisticas en http://www.itu.int

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    Estadisticas Internet Poblacion Mundial Online 2011 Estadisticas Internet Poblacion Mundial Online 2011 Document Transcript

    • The World in2011 ICT FaCTs and FIgures One third of the world’s population is online 45% of Internet users below the age of 25 Users, developed Share of Internet users in the total population 2006 Using Internet: 18% 2011* Users Using Internet: 35% China:28% Developed China: 37% Developed India: 6% Not using Developing India: 10% Internet: 82% Developing Other Not using Other developing countries: 66% Internet: 65% developing countries: 53% Total population: 6.5 billion Total population: 7 billion Note: * Estimate Source: ITU World Telecommunication/ICT Indicators database • The world is home to 7 billion people, one third of which are using the Internet. 45% of the world’s Internet users are below the age of 25. • Over the last five years, developing countries have increased their share of the world’s total number of Internet users from 44% in 2006, to 62% in 2011. Today, Internet users in China represent almost 25% of the world’s total Internet users and 37% of the developing countries’ Internet users. 4.5 Internet users by age and by development level, 2011* 4.0 3.5 • Younger people tend to be more online than older people, in both developed and developing 3.0 Not using Internet countries. Using Internet 66 % 2.5 • In developing countries, 30% of those under Billions of people the age of 25 use the Internet, compared to 64% 2.0 77% 23% of those 25 years and older. 70% 1.5 • At the same time, 70% of the under 25-year- olds — a total of 1.9 billion — are not online 1.0 yet: a huge potential if developing countries 29% 36% 34% can connect schools and increase school 0.5 23% 71% 30% 23% enrolment rates. 77% 0.0 Under 25 Over 25 Under 25 Over 25 Under 25 Over 25 Developed Developing World Note: * Estimate Source: ITU World Telecommunication/ICT Indicators database
    • The World in 2011 — ICT Facts and Figures Almost 6 billion mobile-cellular subscriptions Active mobile -broadband subscriptions 7 Fixed(wired) - broadband subscriptions • With 5.9 billion mobile-cellular 6 Fixed -telephone lines subscriptions, global penetration Internet users reaches 87%, and 79% in the devel- 5 Mobile-cellular telephone subscriptions oping world. 4 • Mobile-broadband subscriptions have Billions grown 45% annually over the last 3 four years and today there are twice as many mobile-broadband as fixed- 2 broadband subscriptions. 1 0 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011* Note: * Estimate Source: ITU World Telecommunication/ICT Indicators database Home ICT access, 2011* Penetration developed countries Penetration developing countries 74 74 71 25 20 1.8 billion households 0.7 billion households with a PC 0.6 billion households with Internet Note: * Estimate Source: ITU World Telecommunication/ICT Indicators database • Of 1.8 billion households worldwide, one third have Internet access, compared to only one fifth five years ago. • In developing countries, 25% of homes have a computer and 20% have Internet access, compared to 20% and 13%, respectively, 3 years ago.
    • The World in 2011 — ICT Facts and FiguresGrowth in bandwidthfacilitates broadband uptake 90’000 International Internet bandwidth, GBit/s International Internet bandwidth, GBit/s 80’000 World 70’000 World Developed Developed 60’000 Developing Developing 50’000 40’000 30’000 20’000 10’000 0 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011* Note: * Estimate Source: ITU World Telecommunication/ICT Indicators database• International Internet bandwidth, a key factor for providing high-speed Internet access to a growing number of Internet users has grown exponentially over the last five years, from 11’000 Gbit/s in 2006, to close to 80’000 Gbit/s in 2011.• Disparities between regions in terms of available Internet bandwidth per Internet user remain, with on average almost 90’000 bit/s of bandwidth per user in Europe, compared with 2’000 bit/s per user in Africa. 87’395 40’000 International Internet bandwidth (bit/s) per Internet user, 2011* 35’000 International Internet bandwidth (bit/s) 30’000 per Internet user, 2011* 25’000 20’000 15’000 10’000 5’000 0 Africa Arab States Asia & Paci c CIS Americas World Europe Note: * Estimate Source: ITU World Telecommunication/ICT Indicators database
    • The World in 2011 — ICT Facts and Figures Active mobile-broadband subscriptions reach almost 1.2 billion Availability of 3G Networks Countries that offer 2G/3G services commercially, mid-2011* 2G only 2G 3G 2G and 3G 90% 45% 2G population coverage 3G population coverage Note: * Estimate Source: ITU World Telecommunication/ICT Indicators database • A total of 159 economies worldwide have launched 3G services commercially and the number of active mobile-broadband subscriptions has increased to almost 1.2 billion. • While people in developed countries usually use mobile-broadband networks in addition to a fixed- broadband connection, mobile-broadband is often the only access method available to people in developing countries. • The percentage of the population covered by a 2G mobile-cellular network is twice as high as the population covered by a 3G network. 3G population coverage reached 45% in 2011.
    • The World in 2011 — ICT Facts and FiguresEurope leads the broadband race 60 Fixed (wired)-broadband subscriptions, 2011* Fixed (wired)-broadband 50 subscriptions, 2011* Active mobile-broadband subscriptions, 2011* Per 100 inhabitants 40 Active mobile-broadband subscriptions, 2011* 30 20 10 0 Africa Asia & Paci c Arab States CIS World Americas Europe Note: * Estimate Source: ITU World Telecommunication/ICT Indicators database Top broadband economies, early 2011 Active mobile- Fixed-broadband broadband Economy subscriptions per Economy subscriptions per 100 inhabitants 100 inhabitants*• Europe leads in broadband connectivity, with Netherlands 38.1 Korea (Rep.) 91.0 fixed- and mobile-broadband penetration Switzerland 37.9 Japan 87.8 reaching 26% and 54%, respectively. Denmark 37.7 Sweden 84.0• A number of developing countries have Korea (Rep.) 35.7 Australia 82.7 been able to leverage mobile-broadband Norway 35.3 Finland 78.1 technologies to overcome infrastructure Iceland 34.1 Hong Kong, China 74.5 barriers and provide high-speed Internet France 33.9 Portugal 72.5 services to previously unconnected areas. In Luxembourg 33.2 Luxembourg 72.1 Africa, mobile-broadband penetration has Sweden 31.8 Singapore 69.7 reached 4%, compared with less than 1% for Germany 31.7 Austria 67.4 fixed-broadband penetration. United Kingdom 31.6 New Zealand 66.2• The world’s top broadband economies are Belgium 31.5 Kuwait 63.5 from Europe and Asia and the Pacific. In Hong Kong, China 29.9 Israel 62.2 the Republic of Korea mobile-broadband Canada 29.8 Brunei Darussalam 61.4 penetration exceeds 90%. Finland 28.6 Cyprus 61.3 United States 27.6 Italy 59.4 Malta 27.5 United Arab Emirates 58.4 Japan 26.9 Greece 58.3 Estonia 25.1 Saudi Arabia 57.8 Singapore 24.9 Macao, China 56.1 New Zealand 24.9 United Kingdom 56.0 Slovenia 24.2 Spain 55.7 Australia 24.2 Denmark 54.7 Macao, China 24.2 United States 54.0 Austria 23.9 Ireland 47.3 Note: Excludes economies with populations below 100’000 Source: ITU World Telecommunication/ICT Indicators databasee * Data provided by Wireless Intelligence
    • The World in 2011 — ICT Facts and Figures Broadband – speed matters Fixed-broadband subscriptions, by speed, early 2011 • While almost all fixed-broadband connections in the Republic of Korea provide speeds equal to, or above 10 Mbit/s, broadband users in Ghana, Mongolia, Oman and Venezuela are limited to broadband speeds below 2 Mbit/s. • An Internet connection with a speed of 256 kbit/s limits the types of applications and services that Internet users can enjoy. Service providers for data-intensive services, such as Video-on-Demand, recommend a minimum speed of 2 Mbit/s. • Advertised and real speeds can differ substantially. In some countries, regulatory authorities monitor the speed and quality of broadband services and oblige operators to provide accurate quality-of-service information to end users. Korea (Rep.) Bulgaria Portugal United Kingdom France Sweden Denmark Singapore United States*†† Czech Republic Spain Finland Georgia Switzerland Germany Slovak Republic Hungary Slovenia Ireland Estonia Chile United Arab Emirates Turkey Azerbaijan Morocco Serbia† Oman Colombia* ≥ 10 Mbit/s ≥10 Mbit/s Tunisia ≥ 2 to < 10 Mbits/s ≥2 to <10 Mbit/s Qatar ≥256 kbit/s to <2 Mbit/s ≥ 256 kbit/s to < 2 Mbit/s Jordan Mongolia Venezuela Ghana 0% 10% 20% 30% 40% 50% 60% 70% 80% 90% 100% Note: Refers to advertised speeds. * Data correspond to slightly different speed intervals. † Breakdown by speed available only for part of the total fixed (wired)-broadband subscriptions. †† June 2010 data. Source: ITU World Telecommunication/ICT Indicators database
    • The World in 2011 — ICT Facts and FiguresFixed broadband prices in developing countriesdrop by over 50% in just two years • The ITU ICT Price Basket 1 shows that Fixed-broadband sub-basket 234.9 between 2008 and 2010 ICT services 150 Fixed- telephone sub-basket 2008 52.2% have become more affordable and 130 2008 2010 112.2 relative prices came down by an 2010 110 - average of 18%, globally. 90 Percentage change (drop) • The steepest price drop occurred in 70 between 2008 developing countries, where fixed- and 2010 50 broadband prices dropped by 52.2%. 35.4% 30 • In developing countries, mobile- 10 2.4 1.5 cellular prices, which have 0 Developed countries Developing countries substantially dropped over the last decade, fell by a further 22%. The 2010 mobile-cellular sub-basket Mobile-cellular sub-basket 16 Mobile-cellular sub-basket 14.7 22.0% represented on average 11.4% of 2008 14 2008 monthly GNI per capita, compared 2010 12 2010 11.4 to 2% in developed countries. 10 Percentage change (drop) • ICT services continue to be 8 between 2008 more affordable in high-income and 2010 economies and less affordable in 6 19.1% low-income economies. By 2010, 4 the cost of ICT services averaged 2.4 2.0 2 1.5% of GNI per capita in developed 0 countries, compared with 17% of GNI Developed countries Developing countries per capita in developing countries. • In 31 countries — all of them highly industrialized economies — an 6.7% 9 Fixed-telephone sub-basket 8.4 entry-level broadband connection Fixed-telephone sub-basket 8 2008 2008 7.8 costs on average the equivalent of Fixed-telephone sub-basket 1% or less of average monthly GNI 7 2010 2010 per capita, while in 19 countries 6 Percentage — most of them least developed 5 change (drop) between 2008 countries — a broadband connection 4 and 2010 costs on average more than 100% of 3 9.8% monthly GNI per capita. 2 1.3 1.1 1 1. The ITU ICT Price Basket is a composite measure based on three tariff sets — fixed-telephone, mobile-cellular and 0 fixed-broadband Internet services — and computed as a Developed countries Developing countries percentage of average GNI per capita.Source: ITU Measuring the Information Society (2011)
    • The World in 2011 — ICT Facts and Figures For more information: ICT Data and Statistics Division Telecommunication Development Bureau International Telecommunication Union Place des Nations 1211 Geneva 20 - Switzerland indicators@itu.int www.itu.int/ict Hosted by Organized by ICT 9th World Tele communicatio n In di ca to rs M ee ti ng Mauritius, 7-9 December 2011 ww w.itu.int/IC T/W TIM11 © 2011, International Telecommunication Union