Head of IT organization: 60 percent of families will access to the broadband network at the end of the fifth program

Head of IT organization: 60 percent of families will access to the broadband network at the end of the fifth program
According to schedule of the fifth program, 60 percent of Iranian families must access to the broadband network till the end of the program.

PR of the Ministry of ICT - Ali Hakim Javadi, at the ceremony of granting the broadband to Aran and Bidgol cities said:" the conditions will be prepared to achieve this aim by launching national information network".
"Broadband application is a way to reduce the digital divide, so the reverse migration from cities to villages will be achieved by that", he added.
He continued:"According to the studies, 10 percent of the penetration rate increasing cause to increase GDP percentage to 4/1".
Deputy Minister said that IT development would effect all areas and emphasized:"more than 70 thousand new businesses has been forming based on this technology and a massive amounts of e-commerce has been done on the broadband domain".
He continued:" 30% of training should be provided to the applicants electronically on the fifth development plan so, there will not be any difference between different parts of the country by this indicator realization ".
"The private sector should share in all areas to reduce the distances", Ali Hakim Javadi said.
Head of IT Organization pointed to Isfahan province as a pioneer in ICT area and continued:" providing the broadband in Bidgol and Aran cities will equip them with the most basic infrastructure of the 21st century".
"The capacity of this technology should be increased quickly at the provincial level by considering the science fields, universities and seminaries in the city as well as the city's population", he added.
According to the report, meeting with ICT activists in the city is the other program considered for the Deputy Minister on this trip.
At this meeting, Mr. Hakim Javadi described the platforms provided for the private sector and ICT activists explained the proposals and problems in this area.

Dec 10, 2011 14:45

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