Digital Agenda Scoreboard 2014 - European Commission

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Digital Agenda Scoreboard 2014:
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Basic Broadband for all by 2013
Considering all technologies, Broadband is available to all.
Considering only fixed technologies*, coverage reaches 97% of EU households.
*xDSL, Cable, FTTP and WiMax.
Source: IHS and VVA
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At least 30 Mbps for all by 2020
NGA* covers 62% of households in the EU and 68% in Sweden.
But in rural areas only 18% of households are covered in the EU, and 8.9% in Sweden.
*Next Generation Access (NGA): VDSL, Cable Docsis 3.0 and FTTP.
Source: IHS and VVA
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Broadband take-up
In the EU 76% of households have a Broadband connection.
Source: Eurostat
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Share of High-speed Broadband Subscriptions
About 27% of EU fixed Broadband subscriptions are NGA.
The share is 58% in Sweden.
Source: Communications Committee
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50% of households taking up ultra-fast broadband (at least
100Mbps)
In the EU, only 5.3% of Broadband subscriptions have speeds of at least 100 Mbps.
In Sweden, ultra fast subscriptions account for 31% of Broadband subscriptions.
Source: Communications Committee
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15% of citizens having never used the Internet
21% of Europeans have never used the Internet.
In Sweden the value is 3.7%.
Source: Eurostat
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Digital Skills
39% of the EU workforce has insufficient digital skills, 14% has no digital skills at all.
In Sweden, 20% of the workforce has insufficient digital skills and 2.6% has no digital skills at all.
Source: Commission services based on Eurostat Labour Force Survey 2012
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50% of the population buying Online
20% of the population buying Online cross-border
In the EU, 47% of the population bought online, but only 12% did it cross-border.
As for Sweden, 73% of Swedish people bought online and 23% did it cross-border.
Source: Eurostat
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33% of SMEs selling on-line
In the EU, 14% of SMEs sold online in 2013.
For Sweden, the percentage of SMEs selling online was 24%.
Source: Eurostat
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50% of population using eGovernment
In the EU, 41% of citizens interacted with Public Authorities in an electronic fashion.
Among Swedish people, 78% had such interaction in the past 12 months.
Source: Eurostat
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100% increase in ICT R&D public spending
In 2012, 6.6% of the EU Public spending in R&D (GBAORD*) was spent in ICT, the same as 2011.
In 2010, the EU's R&D intensity** in the ICT sector was 5.2%, slightly below 2009 (5.3%)
*GBAORD: Government Budget Appropriations or Outlays for R&D
**R&D intensity: Business R&D expenditures as a percentage of the value added
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