Telecommunication refers to long-distance communication via broadcasting, telegraph, or cable. It is the transmission of information such as words, sounds, images, writings, messages, and signals. Without technology, information exchange between communicating people would be impossible.
Also, communication is derive from the Latin noun communicatio and the Old French term comunicacion.
Similar to each year, this is the theme of 2022. The global population’s aging will be the defining demographic trend of the twenty-first century, but our societies are struggling to see the opportunities that this trend can bring. Telecommunications and information communication technologies (ICTs) can help people build smarter cities, combat age-based discrimination in the workplace, ensure financial inclusion for older people, and support millions of caregivers around the world.
This year’s theme emphasizes the critical role of telecommunications in assisting people to remain physically, emotionally, and financially healthy, connected, and independent. Supporting a healthy ageing lifestyle is also critical for the long-term viability of economic and health-care systems. The International Organization
The International Telecommunication Union (ITU) hopes to foster initiatives that will contribute to the UN Decade of Healthy Ageing by accelerating digital technologies for older people and healthy aging.
The primary thing of World Telecommunication and Information Society Day is to raise mindfulness about the possibilities that can be generated by using the Internet and other communication and information technologies. However, its goal is to bring these new technologies to economies and societies for future development, to realize the UN’s Sustainable Development Goals, and to bring people closer together by closing the computer and Internet access gap.
Similarly, it is to commemorate the founding of the International Telecommunication Union (ITU). The ITU was founded on May 17, 1865, the same day that the first International Telegraph Convention was signed.
Also, the World Telecommunication Day was established by the Plenipotentiary Conference in Malaga-Torremolinos in 1973. World Telecommunication Day was first observed annually on May 17, 1969. It commemorates the establishment of the ITU and the signing of the first International Telegraph Convention in 1865.
Telecommunications technology is rapidly evolving; it began with simple voice communication and has progressed to gigabit speeds. By 2022, there will be more connected devices than humans on the planet. Hence, major operators are investing in and involve in 5G development.
Asian countries such as China, South Korea, and Singapore will lead in 5G deployment, while other developing countries will continue to invest in 4G/4.5G for some time before beginning 5G deployment.
Telecom companies and operators, like other businesses, are under pressure to reduce operating costs and are looking into automation techniques.
To summarize, the telecommunications industry is highly competitive while also providing an excellent convenience for those seeking to be at the forefront of cutting-edge technology.