India climbs six places to 61st rank in network readiness index: Report
The US-based non-profit Portulans Institute released its Network Readiness Index 2022 study on Saturday, and India moved up six spots to claim the 61st place. According to the report, the nation's total score increased from 49.74 in 2021 to 51.19 in 2022.
According to the report, India ranked first in terms of "AI talent concentration," second in terms of "Mobile broadband internet traffic within the country" and "International Internet bandwidth," third in terms of "Annual investment in telecommunication services" and "Domestic market size," fourth in terms of "ICT Services Exports," fifth in terms of "FTTH/Building Internet subscriptions," and sixth in terms of "AI scientific publications."
With an overall score of 80.3, the US tops the list. Sweden ranks second with a score of 78.91, followed by Singapore with a score of 79.35.
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