Ubiquitous connectivity will lay the foundation for the future intelligent world.
The GIV forecasts that by 2025, there will be 100 billion connections worldwide, 530% more than 2015. Connectivity will become the primary driving force of national economies. It will also be a basic factor of production for all businesses, as indispensable as electricity itself. Ever-present connectivity will also speed up the process of social change.
By 2025, 77% of the global population – or 6.2 billion people – will be connected. Connectivity will be a basic human right and a necessity for survival.
Miles up in the sky, out in the ocean, across rolling deserts, connections will be everywhere, enabling unrestricted communications and exchange of ideas.