The 2022-2023 Global Computing Index was recently released in Beijing. It was compiled by a team from Tsinghua University's Department of Innovation, Entrepreneurship, and Strategy led by Professor LI Donghong, the vice-dean of Tsinghua Institute for Global Industry.
The report, jointly published by IDC, IEIT Systems, and Tsinghua Institute for Global Industry, aims to reveal the latest trends in global computing power development across countries and industries.
The report provides a comprehensive analysis of the evolving demands and future trends in global computing power development across three dimensions.
It covers 15 countries, including the United States, China, Japan, Germany, and India; 13 industries, such as internet, manufacturing, and finance; and emerging technologies.
LI Donghong interprets the report.
LI emphasized that the improvement in computing power has a significant stimulating effect on a country's economic growth, and as the computing power index increases, the impact becomes even more significant. Currently, China's manufacturing industry is in the process of upgrading, with digitization playing a crucial role. China's manufacturing sector is the world's largest, with comprehensive categories and a complete industrial chain, making it rich in digital application scenarios and exhibiting diverse and tremendous potential for computing power demand. Increasing investment in computing power has become a new driving force for the country's economic growth.
Source: Tsinghua University