To have a vibrant infocomm and media sector, you need a solid foundation that enables products and services to thrive on. Infrastructure offers the platform for them.
Great TV content relies on a digital TV broadcast to reach audiences, while the on-demand apps require high-speed access to the Internet through a highly competitive telecom market.
At IMDA, we seek to provide a platform to enable new infocomm and media services all the time. Whether this is promoting an islandwide wireless network or setting the necessary standards in place, the work of developing infrastructure is key to a flourishing ecosystem.
Television Audience Measurement system - SG-TAM
SG-TAM is the first single-source, multi-platform television audience measurement in Singapore. This independent and integrated system captures viewership data across traditional and digital platforms and delivers valuable insights.
Singapore Internet Exchange
The Singapore Internet Exchange (SGIX) promotes efficient interconnectivity for the Internet in Singapore by providing a central, carrier-neutral point for traffic exchange.
The Next Gen NBN will reinforce the status of Singapore as an infocomm hub and open new doors to economic opportunities, business growth and social vibrancy.
Wireless@SG is a wireless broadband programme under the Next Generation National Infocomm Infrastructure initiative. It provides free wireless broadband access in public areas, both indoors and outdoors, with speeds of up to 5Mbps.
Cloud is the next important paradigm in computing that will present many new opportunities for the infocomm industry and other businesses in Singapore.