On December 20, the 2020 World Internet of Things Conference was held in Beijing. Shi Dinghuan, chairman of the organizing committee of the conference, former counselor of the State Council, and former secretary general of the Ministry of Science and Technology, introduced in a keynote report that the current global IoT output value is about 15 trillion US dollars, and its The average annual growth rate is close to 23%. It is expected that this growth rate will reach 30% after 2021. By 2025, the global IoT output value will reach 30 trillion US dollars.
He introduced that China is the country with the most Internet of Things application practice and innovation and development, and China accounts for about 1/4 of the global Internet of Things output value; one of the main reasons is that China has completed more than 700,000 5G base stations, and the annual output value is expected to exceed 700,000 this year. 2 trillion RMB.
According to data released by Pang Ce, general manager of the Greater China Strategic Cooperation Department of the Global Mobile Communication System Association, at the meeting that day, although more than 130 operators in more than 50 countries around the world have built commercial 5G networks, the network The number of 5G users in China is still lower than expected, and the number of 5G users in China has approached 200 million, accounting for 85% of the world's total.
At the conference that day, Shi Dinghuan pointed out in his 2020 World Internet of Things theme report that throughout the development of the global Internet of Things, the development of various countries is very unbalanced, and companies from major countries in the world are actively seizing the Internet of Things opportunities. The United States, France, Japan, Singapore, South Korea and other countries have achieved more exploration and application results in the fields of industrial manufacturing of the Internet of Things. However, 40% of the countries and regions in the world are still in the early stage of the Internet, and 20% of the less developed countries have not yet popularized the Internet.
In the field of Internet of Things, Shi Dinghuan pointed out that no country in the world has formed a complete Internet of Things economic market and complete industrial chain system. If calculated according to the 17 industries covered by the world Internet of Things industry system, the global output value of the Internet of Things this year is about 15 trillion US dollars, and the average growth rate of its output value is nearly 23%. It is expected to reach 30% after 2021, and by 2025, the global IoT output value is expected to reach a market volume of 30 trillion yuan.
Shi Dinghuan introduced that China is the country with the most Internet of Things applications and the largest scale of innovation and development. China accounts for about a quarter of the global IoT output value. One of the important manifestations is that China has completed the construction of more than 700,000 5G base stations, and the annual output value is expected to exceed 2 trillion yuan this year.
"The accelerated deployment of the global 5G network will bring an important impetus to the economic improvement of the global Internet of Things industry. The potential output value of the global Internet of Things economy is huge and will come like a storm," he said.
At the meeting on the same day, Pang Ce pointed out when introducing the development of global 5G networks that more than 130 operators in more than 50 countries around the world have built commercial 5G networks. Even business halls in some countries cannot be opened, which affects the growth of 5G users. At present, the user scale of 5G networks is still lower than expected.
He pointed out that in terms of 5G, China is particularly worthy of promotion and praise. The epidemic has not had much impact on China's 5G network construction. China has more than 700,000 5G base stations, accounting for a huge proportion of the world, and the number of 5G users in China is huge. (connecting to 5G networks through mobile phones) is close to 200 million, accounting for 85% of the world's total, and outside China, South Korea, and the United States, the largest number of users in other countries is only about 10 million.
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