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These Proceedings contain all the papers accepted for the ITU-T Kaleidoscope 2010 “Beyond the Internet? - Innovations for future networks and services”, Pune, India, 13-15 December 2010. The ITU-T Kaleidoscope academic conferences aim at increasing...
  • 01 Jan 2003
  • International Telecommunication Union
  • Pages: 197
This report on the “Birth of Broadband” is the fifth in the ITU Internet Reports series (previously known as “Challenges to the Network”). At a time when the telecommunication industry is struggling with overcapacity and indebtedness, broadband -...
  • 22 Mar 2018
  • International Telecommunication Union
  • Pages: 74
This toolkit reflects the framework, tools and methodology ITU has developed to analyse information and communications technology (ICT) centric innovation ecosystems. This information is being shared in order to enable ecosystem stakeholders to...
  • 07 Jan 2017
  • International Telecommunication Union
  • Pages: 130
This report covers an analysis of factors influencing the effective deployment of wireline and wireless broadband access technologies and applications, and associated guidelines. Many challenges need to be overcome in order to deploy broadband access...
  • 26 Jan 2006
  • International Telecommunication Union
  • Pages: 470
This report looks at efforts by stakeholders at the local, national and international level to bridge the digital divide. It reviews the role of new technologies, multi-stakeholder partnerships and ICT indices in reducing the gap, taking an in-depth...
The Kaleidoscope 2013 conference - Building Sustainable Communities - was the fifth in a series of peer-reviewed academic conferences organized by the Telecommunication Standardization Sector of the International Telecommunication Union (ITU-T) with...
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