Georgia ranks 78th in Information Technology Development Index (IDI).
Georgia occupies 78th place among 167 countries in the 2015 rating set out by International Telecommunication Union. The country is 7 steps ahead compared to the 2010 rating.
According to International Telecommunication Union, Georgia’s Information Development Index has amounted to 5,25 in 2015. Compared to 2010’s data, Georgia’s position in Technology Development Index has strengthened by 1,5 points.
Korea ranks the 1st in Information Development with 8,93 points, while the top-3 includes Denmark and Iceland. Great Britain, Sweden and Luxemburg follow the top three in global Technology Development.
As for Georgia’s neighboring countries: Russia occupies 45th position, Azerbaijan – 67th. Turkey has improved its position by 9 points and ranks 69th in Information Development and, Armenia – 76th .
Information Development Index is the report published annually by United Nations International Telecommunications Union. The Information Development Index contains 11 indexes and describes the country’s conditions in terms of information-communication technologies.