About the program
The program is aimed to upgrade Azerbaijan's telecommunication ecosystem to align with the best international standards, to eliminate the country's dependence on foreign countries for Internet access, to add Baku to the global internet map and to establish an Internet Exchange Point (IXP) in the country. The program is also designed to transform Azerbaijan from the importer of digital services into a country that produces and exports digital services under the brand "Made in Azerbaijan", becoming a main seller of Internet access in the region in the coming future.
Mission and vision
“Azerbaijan Digital Hub” has the following mission and vision:
To contribute to the development of information communication technologies and digital transformation process in Azerbaijan in the conditions of the Industry 4.0
To build a robust digital infrastructure to facilitate sustainable development of telecommunication sector in the country
To provide for rapid transition to the digital economy, establishment of the information society, and support for the rapid implementation of digitalization in the country
“Azerbaijan Digital Hub” consists of several components – projects. These projects include establishment of local and foreign backbone infrastructure, taking relevant measures to transform Baku into the Internet Exchange Point, construction of a big Data Center in Azerbaijan, digital transformation and building a digital ecosystem.
The “Azerbajan Digital Hub” program has a mission to establish a new digital ecosystem in Azerbaijan and the region.
One of the major projects in the second phase of “Azerbaijan Digital Hub” program is to turn Baku into a Internet Exchange Point (IXP).
The construction of a Regional Data Center plays an important role in the second phase of the “Azerbaijan Digital Hub” program.
One of the major projects under the first phase of “Azerbaijan Digital Hub” program is the “Digital Silk Way” project which encompasses the establishment of digital telecommunication corridor between Europe and Asia.
13 October 2021