Friday, September 10, 2004

Korea IT 8-3-9 Stategy:

James Seng met my old friend Shin from National Internet Development Agency (NIDA), formerly known as KRNIC. NIDA is now a government organization under Ministry of Information and Communication (MIC)

Shin gave James an interesting booklet published by MIC on their IT 8-3-9 Strategy (The Road to $20,000 GDP/capita), a brainchild of their IT Minister Daeje Chin (formerly VP of Samsung).

Basically, IT 8-3-9 Strategy involves:

(1) Introducing and promoting Eight Services: WiBro (Wireless Broadband), DBM, Home Network Services, Telemantics Services, RFID-based Services, W-CDMA Services, Terrestrial D-TV Services and IP Telephony Services;

(2) Building Three Infrastructure: BcN (Broadband Convergence Network), U-Sensor Network and NGN Protocol (IPv6);

(3) and Development of Nine IT New Growth Engines: NG Mobile Communication, Digital TV, Home Network, IT SoC (System-on-Chip), Next-Generation PC, Embedded Software, Digital Contents, Telematics and Intelligent Service Robot.

The information and the booklet can be found at :: Ministry of Information and Communication ::

James comment: "Interesting stuff..."

I can only agree

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