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IDA seeks to transform Singapore into “An Intelligent Nation, A Global City, Powered by Infocomm”. It effects this by developing the infocomm cluster as a major engine of growth and leveraging infocomm for economic and social development.
To ensure that Singapore stays ahead of the technology innovation and adoption curve, IDA constantly monitors the infocomm landscape and charts the way forward for the country through our infocomm masterplans and technology roadmaps.
To create a pro-consumer and pro-business infocomm environment, IDA formulates infocomm-related policies, standards, codes of practice and advisory guidelines aimed at leveling the playing field for infocomm service providers and empowering consumers and businesses with more choices.
IDA plays an active role in developing Singapore’s pool of globally-competitive infocomm talent and an infocomm-savvy workforce. We are also focused on driving consumer education initiatives, ensuring digital inclusion and supporting the effective use of infocomm in community outreach efforts.
IDA drives the growth, competitiveness and innovation of Singapore’s infocomm industry by nurturing local infocomm enterprises and supporting them in their internationalisation efforts. We also seek to inject greater vibrancy into the infocomm ecosystem by attracting world-class global infocomm MNCs and startups to hub in Singapore.
IDA spearheads strategic infocomm initiatives aimed at transforming various sectors of the Singapore economy to help businesses and organisations raise the bar in productivity, innovation and value creation.
Find out more about IDA’s efforts to grow infocomm local enterprises and startups and help them in their internationalisation efforts.
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To find out if your premise within a commercial building can subscribe to Next Gen NBN, look out for the Next Gen NBN Fibre Ready! Mark.
The Next Generation Nationwide Broadband Network (Next Gen NBN) is the wired network of the Next Generation National Infocomm Infrastructure (Next Gen NII), which seeks to transform Singapore into an intelligent nation and a global city, powered by infocomm.
Besides enabling Singapore to exploit new economic opportunities and enhancing the vibrancy of the infocomm sector, the network will also offer effective open access to retail service providers to bring about a more competitive broadband market. This is expected to spark off the creation of a wider range of next generation services for end-users. A competitive and globally recognised infrastructure, coupled with a high level of adoption by the nation, will result in greater productivity gains and enable new possibilities to transform the way we live, learn, work and interact.
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