In the ranking leaders of the United States.
In the past technological innovations were found only in the homes of the richest people in the world.
But today, things have changed: technological innovations are in almost every home.
The development of technology over time has led to growth in consumer demand that made the IT industry one of the most profitable in the world.
In 2016, 24% of the world’s research had on the sector of computer technologies and electronics, and the cost of the software and Internet sector totaled 12%.
Malaysia is a newcomer to the technology market, however, there are companies like Vitrox Corp, manufacturer of semiconductors and microchips, which are critical for high-tech products.
This year the cost of Vitrox increased by 24%. Experts predict that by 2020, the digital sector will contribute up to 20% of GDP of Malaysia.
Partly this is due to the program of support of startups, which was recently launched in the country.
France is a long-established technology hub in the world with access to the auto industry and willingness to develop nuclear energy.
The country regularly ranks high in the Deloitte ranking “Technology Fast 500” which includes the fastest growing companies in Europe, middle East and Africa.
In 2016 this list includes 96 companies from France, including winner of the 5 th company Horizontal Software, which for the previous three years showed an increase of 8 339%.
In addition, France attracts skilled professionals from all over the world, offering a visa to anyone who is willing to establish or invest in a tech startup.
Israel is another country that is a beginner in the field of technology development.
Here, the experts use the technology for smartphones, developing new applications and offering innovative ideas in areas such as the automotive sector and even weapons.
In March 2017, Israel signed a major deal in the field of technology in its history, when Intel bought a local company MobileEye for $15.3 billion
International companies try to seize opportunities offered by Israel and its young and well educated population.
More than 300 international companies have opened research centers and representative offices in the country.
Finland is a country where there is not only snow and sauna, but also a country with advanced mobile technologies.
Large mobile phone manufacturer Nokia is located in Finland.
Lately it ahead of iPhone, but it is innovation that has made the Finnish company in the 80s and 90s, paved the way for the further development of smartphones.
At the moment startups in Finland aimed at developing software, not devices.
Many of the most popular mobile games were developed in Finland, including the popular game Angry Birds.
Australia also entered the list of the most technologically developed countries in the world. The digital economy accounts for nearly 5.1% of Australia’s GDP and the sector employs 22% of the workforce.
Among the technological achievements of this country can distinguish Sportstec digital tool that analyzes the achievements of the athletes, who gained the tech giant Hudl.
Many of the largest technology companies in the world also consider the potential of the Australian market and open there offices and research centers, which are also suitable for entering the Asian markets.
Sweden is known for its achievements in the field of development of mobile technologies.
In fact, Sweden was one of the few countries that managed to achieve economic growth after the financial crisis of 2008, largely due to the success of technology companies.
Manufacturers, such as Ericsson, which dominated the market, are now forced to share the leadership role with the newcomers Spotify, Skype and Torrent — companies that use the flexibility of the Internet to improve communications and develop opportunities to share information, ideas, and music.
Canada is not a country that POPs up in the conversation when it comes to innovation.
Perhaps Canada itself surprising its getting this rating, especially after 2016, the study showed that the technology sector is ahead as the financial sector and insurance.
Technology companies generate $117 billion of Canada’s GDP, which is $51 trillion, accounting for nearly 6% of the workforce.
In Canada’s “Silicon valley” in the suburbs of Toronto, where the company’s manufacturing equipment and programs.
Many startups seek to take advantage of the opportunities offered to them by the development of technologies for mobile applications.
Once Britain was the mistress of the seas, but if we talk about technology, then this country loses more young countries.
Nevertheless, there is still posted a successful technology company and most of the major international companies still want to have an office in London.
One of the largest British technology companies developing Sage accounting software, which are sold around the world and allow users to perform complex operations on the iPad.
Probably, to someone will seem surprising that India was on 6th place in the rating of most technologically advanced countries.
However the economy does offer great opportunities and develops the technology sector.
Industry technology brought to the country nearly $160 billion in 2016-2017, almost 10% of GDP.
And India’s success is due not only to outsourcing call-centers, which are also a major source of employment for young Indians.
In India arranged such a successful company as a consulting company Infosys, which currently operates worldwide and started with investment of only $250.
China has demonstrated a significant technological breakthrough in recent years. It is projected that by 2020, its scientific and technological sector will generate 60% of GDP.
Companies such as Huawei, have begun their attack on the smartphone market, and Baidu, the Chinese Google, continues to dominate the domestic market, with over 70 million active users.
Perhaps the most famous Chinese exporter was Alibaba, the retail giant, which sells virtually everything – from electronics to services in the field of real estate.
Germany has a long history of success in the field of technology development, especially in all that relates to automobile production.
In addition, Germany is leading in Europe in terms of technology development and innovation. Spending on R & d in 2014 amounted to 3% of GDP, which corresponds to $116 billion.
Siemens, which had previously been known as mobile phone manufacturer, is now engaged in a variety of technological developments, including innovations in the field of renewable energy.
In 1960 South Korea was one of the poorest countries in the world, but since then her progress in the economy in General and in the technology sector, in particular, was huge.
Already in 2015, she became the 14th largest economy in the world, and much of that increase is associated with the development of technological sector.
South Korea supports startups, there are many successful technology companies.
A company like Samsung, which is the second largest technology company in the world, reaching a sales volume of $174 billion as of 2017.
Japan has a well-established reputation of a country with developed technologies. The government is committed to further develop this sector.
Not so long ago it was announced that it planned to invest an additional 1% of GDP each year in development of technological sector.
This is equivalent to about 26 trillion yen for 5 years. In particular, it is planned to direct this money for development of innovation and small startups.
Among the technological giants of Japanese companies such as Sony, Toshiba, Mitsubishi, Panasonic and many others.
Not surprisingly, lead the development of technology, USA.
6.7 million people are employed in this sector.
According to research by 2015 6% of GDP brought US only the Internet economy, not to mention the technology sector.
Undoubtedly, this is due to the success of companies such as Apple.
In addition, in the US there are many other companies, and it is here formed a unique environment that is favorable for the development of startups.
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