According to China Internet Development Report 2020 released on the 23rd November 2020, one-third of the global 5G network will come from Chinese technology.
World Internet Development Report 2020 and China Internet Development Report 2020, the Blue Books for World Internet Conference edited by the Chinese Academy of Cyberspace Studies (CACS), were released as major theoretical achievements at the Seventh World Internet Conference (WIC). The two blue books are the latest research outcomes of the Internet development and governance, with a focus on the new dynamics, trends and changes of the Internet development. They review the accomplishments and experience in terms of Internet development of China and the world in order to present facts, experiences and guidance for the global Internet development. Since 2017, the Blue Book has been released to the world for 4 consecutive years. It is an important theoretical and practical research result of the World Internet Conference. It is also a characteristic brand in the field of Internet research and has received extensive attention at home and abroad.
The Blue Book system comprehensively and objectively reflects the development of the Internet in the world and China in the past year, covering information infrastructure, network information technology, digital economy, digital government and e-government, network media construction, network security, cyberspace legal construction, Key areas such as international governance of cyberspace.
The "World Internet Development Report 2020" focuses on new technologies, new applications, new developments, and new problems in global Internet development. The report selects 48 countries and regions around the world from the dimensions of infrastructure, innovation capabilities, and industrial development to evaluate and rank. It covers major economies on five continents and countries with representative Internet development. The results show that the Internet development in the United States and China continues to be at the front of the world, European countries have strong and relatively balanced Internet strength, and the Internet development in Latin America and sub-Saharan Africa has made significant progress. Among them, the United States, China, Germany, the United Kingdom, and Singapore rank top 5 comprehensively.
"China Internet Development Report 2020" highlights the important role of the Internet in responding to the impact of the COVID-19, ensuring people's work and living, and accelerating economic recovery and growth. The report assesses the development of the Internet in 31 provinces, autonomous regions, and municipalities from the dimensions of information infrastructure construction, innovation capabilities, digital economy development, Internet applications, network security and network governance. The results show that the top 10 comprehensive rankings are Beijing, Guangdong, Shanghai, Jiangsu, Zhejiang, Shandong, Sichuan, Fujian, Tianjin, and Chongqing.