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IT SoC: Enabler of the Ubiquitous Society

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Soo-Young Oh ; ETRI, Daejeon

Korea has developed the world best IT infra structures and is leading the Internet and mobile phone industry. Last two years, it has set up the IT development strategy, IT839 and leading the world IT industry by the simultaneous development of the IT services, IT infra structures, and IT systems. As a result, Korea has developed and commercialized Terrestrial DMB technology for the mobile TV services. It has also developed the WiBro technology which can provide the 2~10 Mbps mobile Internet service at the moving speed of 60~120 km/h and the cost of $20~30 per month. Both technologies have been selected as ETSI standard and IEEE standard respectively. This year, Korea is trying to commercialize the developed technologies and develop the components and softwares needed by these IT services and systems in order to lead the future ubiquitous IT society. This presentation covers the Korea IT development strategy, its results, and the components technologies needed by the ubiquitous IT society.

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Solid-State Circuits Conference, 2006. ASSCC 2006. IEEE Asian

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13-15 Nov. 2006

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