Information and communication

The information and communication revolution is rapidly transforming the world’s economy, culture, and politics, turning the world into virtually a “global village.” Events that occur in every corner of the globe are transmitted to the world in the shortest possible time. In various fields of telecommunications, one of the most important achievements of the Islamic Revolution in the period of forty years after the victory of the Revolution. Forty years after the glorious victory of the Islamic Revolution under the leadership of Imam Khomeini, the field of communications, along with other sciences and technologies, was one of the most important fields that was able to achieve acceptable achievements with the developed countries of the world. The advancement of telecommunications is no longer limited to the number of fixed telephone subscribers, and beyond that there are now other mobile subscribers in the age of communication who, in addition to making calls, expect high-speed Internet access to use various social networks. Communication and Information Revolution The development of information and communication technologies has provided many opportunities for those who have not yet tasted the industrial revolution. Developing countries must also keep an eye on the poor in urban and rural areas as they face the challenges of globalization in a global market accompanied by liberalization and privatization. The communication revolution is changing all the distances that have existed in different world arenas so far, and it is clear that in the meantime, one can not just sit and watch, nor think in a place to break the rule of living in it. Electronic communication removes the familiar modern mentality and replaces it with another mentality that is fertile, unpublished, centralized, and constantly interrogated as a permanent identity. On the other hand, its cultural aspects are instability and raise the dangers and conflicts that, if they become part of a fundamental, may lead to a fundamental conflict with modern social foundations and structures. Electronic culture promotes the view of the individual as an unstable identity as a process called the multiple formation of identity and addresses the issue of society and the opinion of modern society. Electronic culture promotes theories such as structuralism, which considers the reader and the writer as a stable center of critique and authority, respectively. Advances of the Islamic Republic of Iran in the field of “Information and Communication Technology” Today, 80 radio channels and 195 satellite TV channels in Persian and Iranian dialects are attacking religious beliefs, moral values, ethnic and religious divisions, and promoting corruption, prostitution, and the destruction of the Iranian people. Now in the fortieth anniversary of the Islamic Revolution, with three goals: to counter the intensity of propaganda and psychological warfare of the enemy, which from the first days of the revolution, sought to induce the inefficiency of the Islamic system and second, to purposefully confront the huge volume of conspiracies from imposed war and sanctions to creation Assassinations in different parts of the country and the third, to carry out the task that the Imam (ra) has specified for the enthusiasts of the revolution, which is to repeat the services and blessings of the revolution; We were encouraged to introduce some of the achievements of the holy system of the Islamic Republic of Iran during these 40 years. Further study: Achievements of the Islamic Revolution in the field of “Information and Communication Technology” The field of information and communication technology industry before the revolution According to the available documents and evidences before the Islamic Revolution, there was no communication technology industry in the country and the technology was imported to Iran 100% from other countries of the world. After the revolution, the jihadist efforts of the revolutionary engineers and youth during the forty years of the Islamic Revolution enabled us to have a say in the world of communication technology in the world today. It should be noted that Iran’s progress in the field of telecommunications is not limited to the number of fixed telephones, but Iran has been able to achieve significant success in the field of space during this period of forty years. The production of advanced satellites is one of the achievements in the field of space communications and telecommunications. Iran launched the Omid satellite for the first time on February 6, 2009, coinciding with the 30th anniversary of the victory of the Islamic Revolution.
Communication and Information Revolution The development of information and communication technologies has provided many opportunities for those who have not yet tasted the industrial revolution. Developing countries must also keep an eye on the poor in urban and rural areas as they face the challenges of globalization in a global market accompanied by liberalization and privatization. The communication revolution is changing all the distances that have existed in different world arenas so far, and it is clear that in the meantime, one can not just sit and watch, nor think in a place to break the rule of living in it. Electronic communication removes the familiar modern mentality and replaces it with another mentality that is fertile, unpublished, centralized, and constantly interrogated as a permanent identity. On the other hand, its cultural aspects are instability and raise the dangers and conflicts that, if they become part of a fundamental, may lead to a fundamental conflict with modern social foundations and structures. Electronic culture promotes the view of the individual as an unstable identity as a process called the multiple formation of identity and addresses the issue of society and the opinion of modern society. Electronic culture promotes theories such as structuralism, which considers the reader and the writer as a stable center of critique and authority, respectively. Advances of the Islamic Republic of Iran in the field of “Information and Communication Technology” Today, 80 radio channels and 195 satellite TV channels in Persian and Iranian dialects are attacking religious beliefs, moral values, ethnic and religious divisions, and promoting corruption, prostitution, and the destruction of the Iranian people. Now in the fortieth anniversary of the Islamic Revolution, with three goals: to counter the intensity of propaganda and psychological warfare of the enemy, which from the first days of the revolution, sought to induce the inefficiency of the Islamic system and second, to purposefully confront the huge volume of conspiracies from imposed war and sanctions to creation Assassinations in different parts of the country and the third, to carry out the task that the Imam (ra) has specified for the enthusiasts of the revolution, which is to repeat the services and blessings of the revolution; We were encouraged to introduce some of the achievements of the holy system of the Islamic Republic of Iran during these 40 years. The field of information and communication technology industry before the revolution According to the available documents and evidences before the Islamic Revolution, there was no communication technology industry in the country and the technology was imported to Iran 100% from other countries of the world. After the revolution, the jihadist efforts of the revolutionary engineers and youth during the forty years of the Islamic Revolution enabled us to have a say in the world of communication technology in the world today. It should be noted that Iran’s progress in the field of telecommunications is not limited to the number of fixed telephones, but Iran has been able to achieve significant success in the field of space during this period of forty years. The production of advanced satellites is one of the achievements in the field of space communications and telecommunications. Iran launched the Omid satellite for the first time on February 6, 2009, coinciding with the 30th anniversary of the victory of the Islamic Revolution.
Cyberspace is one of the areas that has made significant progress in the years after the Islamic Revolution. These developments have taken place in a situation where in the post-revolutionary period, there has always been a comprehensive attack of global arrogance and the ominous shadow of cowardly sanctions on the Iranian nation. An examination of the achievements of the Islamic Revolution in the field of cyberspace shows that Iran has achieved acceptable results that the statistics show together with many developed countries in the world. Some of the achievements of the Islamic Revolution of Iran in the field of information and communication technology are: 40% of Iranian knowledge-based companies belong to the field of information technology. We are unique in the field of manufacturing advanced audio and video equipment in the region. Iran is one of the few countries that produce, receive and transmit digital radio and television. All fiber optic equipment and technologies and related switches are produced in-house. The country’s digital TV chain has been completely localized. Satellite communication equipment on the ground is made entirely by in-house specialists. Digital microwave radio links are made entirely by local companies. Digital content management software is one of the most important pillars of video streaming in the context of broadband networks. These softwares have many technical complexities that their manufacturing technology is available only to a few developed countries of the world and Islamic Iran. 70% of people use high speed internet Today, we have some nomadic areas that do not have telephone lines, but have mobile phone coverage and high-speed internet through solar cells, and the penetration rate of the Internet has reached 70% today. After the revolution, 51,000 scientific articles in the field of information and communication technology have been produced, and in scientific olympiads in these fields, Iranian students and elites gain appropriate ranks and positions, which shows the training of the elite force in the country. We are self-sufficient in the production of some indigenous equipment in the field of ICT, and we are also excellent in the production of software, games, antivirus, and so on. Iran’s 20 global growth in the field of e-government Today, Iran is a manufacturer of switches, modems and routers. In the field of e-government, in recent seals, we have seen a growth of 20 steps, from 106th in the world to 86th. Activities of 4,000 knowledge-based companies and 4,500 startups in Iran There are about 4,000 knowledge-based companies in the country, of which 1391 are related to the field of information and communication technology. Conclusion Over the last five decades, a series of dramatic developments in information, communication and telecommunication technologies have brought about fundamental changes in the structure of the world system. This development was called the “Information and Communication Revolution”. The development of communication after the revolution has been such that it has connected the smallest villages to the large communication network of the country. In this article, we examined the ICT revolution and told you about all the developments that have taken place with the development of the ICT field. As it was said, before the revolution, Iran was very weak in the field of information and communication, but after the revolution, our country became one of the best countries in the field of information and communication.