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Next Gen National Infocomm Infrastructure

last updated 14 November 2016

Infrastructure is a key enabler in boosting the overall competitiveness of the infocomm sector and supporting new industries such as digital media and the biomedical sciences as next engines of growth for the economy.

In view of this, Singapore continues to make strategic investments to deploy a seamless, trusted and intelligent Next Generation National Infocomm Infrastructure (Next Gen NII) which will complement the country's role as a major global telecommunications and transcable hub where regional submarine cable systems and international cable systems interconnect. 

The Next Gen NII will be a critical enabler for various business sectors of the Singapore economy to gain a competitive edge in the global market, and will empower every individual and business in Singapore with the opportunity to engage in networked, infocomm-enabled services.


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