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1 PART FIVE Alternative aggregations

2 A. Overview Any statistical ification reflects compromises between a number of theoretical principles and practical considerations. Thus, not all needs for aggregated data will be equally well served by simple aggregation through the various levels within the existing structure of the CPC. To meet specialized needs for standardized aggregates that are formed in more complex ways, the CPC can be complemented by alternative aggregations. Such alternative aggregations are intended to serve the needs of users who wish to present data that are ified according to CPC in terms of standard tabulation categories that are essentially user-defined and internationally recognized. Depending on the application, the analysis of different phenomena may require statistical data that cannot be fully described in terms of complete CPC subes. This may be due to the level of aggregation that had to be applied to the CPC as an international standard or it may be due to the fact that the information sought is based on a concept that is different from that in the CPC. In this case, it may still be possible to give a definition in terms of an alternative aggregation using partial CPC subes, while the actual data conversion would need to be supplemented by additional information. This part of the publication includes an alternative aggregation for products of the information economy, which complements an alternative aggregation for the information economy that was defined in terms of ISIC Rev.4. This aggregation uses complete CPC subes to define the scope of ICT products, Content and media products and various subcategories thereof. Other alternative aggregations, using complete or partial CPC subes, have been defined in other existing frameworks. One such aggregation is the List of tourism characteristic products, which is defined in Annex 4 of the International Recommendations for Tourism Statistics In principle, the list of alternative aggregations is open-ended and the Statistical Commission may, in the future, request that additional aggregations be prepared and issued to respond to evolving user needs. Any such new alternative aggregation will be made available on the Classifications website of the United Nations Statistics Division. B. Products of the information economy In recent years, there has been a growing demand for data related to the information economy. The OECD s Working Party on Indicators for the Information Society (WPIIS) has taken a leading role in standardising the definition of the information economy. The sectoral definitions of the information economy, consisting of the ICT sector and the Content and media sector, were reviewed in 2007 and are based on the International Standard Industrial Classification (ISIC), Rev. 4. These definitions are shown as alternative aggregations in the ISIC Rev.4 publication. 2 More recently, the WPIIS has developed definitions of ICT products and Content and media products. The definitions consist of a guiding principle and product lists based on the CPC Ver. 2. The relationship between information economy products and the sectoral definitions is as follows: products that are linked to an ISIC that is a member of one of the information economy sectors are included, and products that are not linked to an ISIC that is a member of one of the information economy sectors are excluded, unless there is a compelling case for their exclusion/inclusion respectively. 3 1 Statistical Papers, Series M, No. 83, Rev.1 (United Nations publication, Sales No. E.08.XVII.28) 2 Statistical Papers, Series M, No.4, Rev.4 (United Nations publication, Sales No. E.08.XVII.25), page 277ff. 3 There is one product linked exclusively to an ICT sector that is excluded from the ICT products list and four that are included in the Content and media products list. There are nine products not linked to either of the sectoral definitions that are included in the ICT products list and four in the Content and media products list.

3 1. ICT products The following guiding principle is used to identify ICT products: ICT products must primarily be intended to fulfil or enable the function of information processing and communication by electronic means, including transmission and display. There are 99 ICT products, grouped into 10 broad level categories as shown below. Table 5.1 ICT products CPC Ver. 2 sub Product description (CPC sub title) Computers and peripheral equipment Point-of-sale terminals, ATMs and similar machines Portable automatic data processing machines weighing not more than 10 kg, such as laptop and notebook computers Personal digital assistants and similar computers Automatic data processing machines, comprising in the same housing at least a central processing unit and an input and output unit, whether or not combined Automatic data processing machines presented in the form of systems Other automatic data processing machines whether or not containing in the same housing one or two of the following types of units: storage units, input units, output units Input peripherals (keyboard, joystick, mouse etc.) Scanners (except combination of printer, scanner, copier and/or fax) Inkjet printers used with data processing machines Laser printers used with data processing machines Other printers used with data processing machines Units performing two or more of the following functions: printing, scanning, copying, faxing Other input or output peripheral devices Fixed media storage units Computers and peripheral equipment (continued) Removable media storage units Other units of automatic data processing machines Parts and accessories of computing machines Monitors and projectors, principally used in an automatic data processing system Solid-state non-volatile storage devices Communication equipment Burglar or fire alarms and similar apparatus Transmission apparatus incorporating reception apparatus Transmission apparatus not incorporating reception apparatus Television cameras Line telephone sets with cordless handsets Telephones for cellular networks or for other wireless networks , 2630 Other telephone sets and apparatus for transmission or reception of voice, images or other data, including apparatus for communication in a wired or wireless network (such as a local or wide area network) Parts for the goods of subes to Consumer electronic equipment

4 CPC Ver. 2 sub Product description (CPC sub title) Video game consoles Video camera recorders Digital cameras Radio broadcast receivers (except of a kind used in motor vehicles), whether or not combined with sound recording or reproducing apparatus or a clock Radio broadcast receivers not capable of operating without an external source of power, of a kind used in motor vehicles Television receivers, whether or not combined with radio-broadcast receivers or sound or video recording or reproducing apparatus Monitors and projectors, not incorporating television reception apparatus and not principally used in an automatic data processing system Sound recording or reproducing apparatus Video recording or reproducing apparatus Microphones and stands therefor; loudspeakers; headphones, earphones and combined microphone/speaker sets; audio-frequency electric amplifiers; electric sound amplifier sets Parts for the goods of subes 47321, and Miscellaneous ICT components and goods Sound, video, network and similar cards for automatic data processing machines Printed circuits Thermionic, cold cathode or photo-cathode valves and tubes (including cathode ray tubes) Electronic integrated circuits Diodes, transistors and similar semi-conductor devices; photosensitive semi-conductor devices; light emitting diodes; mounted piezo-electric crystals Parts for the goods of subes to , 2640, 2651 Parts for the goods of subes to 47213, to and Magnetic media, not recorded, except cards with a magnetic stripe Optical media, not recorded Other recording media, including matrices and masters for the production of disks Cards with a magnetic stripe Smart cards" , 2670 Liquid crystal devices n.e.c.; lasers, except laser diodes; other optical appliances and instruments n.e.c , 2670 Parts and accessories for the goods of sub Manufacturing services for ICT equipment Electronic component and board manufacturing services Computer and peripheral equipment manufacturing services Communication equipment manufacturing services Consumer electronics manufacturing services Magnetic and optical media manufacturing services Business and productivity software and licensing services Operating systems, packaged Network software, packaged Database management software, packaged Development tools and programming languages software, packaged General business productivity and home use applications, packaged Other application software, packaged Licensing services for the right to use computer software

5 CPC Ver. 2 sub Product description (CPC sub title) Software originals System software downloads Application software downloads On-line software Information technology consultancy and services Business process management services IT consulting services IT support services IT design and development services for applications IT design and development services for networks and systems Website hosting services Application service provisioning Other hosting and IT infrastructure provisioning services Network management services Computer systems management services Telecommunications services , 6120 Carrier services Fixed telephony services access and use Fixed telephony services calling features , 6130 Mobile telecommunications services access and use , 6130 Mobile telecommunications services calling features Private network services Data transmission services Other telecommunications services Internet backbone services Leasing or rental services for ICT equipment Narrowband Internet access services Broadband Internet access services Other Internet telecommunications services Leasing or rental services concerning computers without operator Leasing or rental services concerning telecommunications equipment without operator Other ICT services Leasing or rental services concerning televisions, radios, video cassette recorders and related equipment and accessories Engineering services for telecommunications and broadcasting projects Maintenance and repair services of computers and peripheral equipment Maintenance and repair services of telecommunication equipment and apparatus Installation services of mainframe computers Installation services of personal computers and peripheral equipment Installation services of radio, television and communications equipment and apparatus

6 2. Content and media products The following guiding principle is used to identify Content and media products: Content corresponds to an organised message intended for human beings published in mass communication media and related media activities. The value of such a product to the consumer does not lie in its tangible qualities but in its information, educational, cultural or entertainment content. There are 74 Content and media products, grouped into six broad level categories as shown below. Table 5.2 Content and media products CPC Ver. 2 sub Product description (CPC sub title) Printed and other text-based content on physical media, and related services Educational textbooks, in print General reference books, in print Directories, in print Professional, technical and scholarly books, in print Children s books, in print Other books n.e.c., in print Newspapers and periodicals, daily, in print General interest newspapers and periodicals, other than daily, in print Business, professional or academic newspapers and periodicals, other than daily, in print Other newspapers and periodicals, other than daily, in print Maps and hydrographic or similar charts (including wall maps, topographical plans and maps for globes), printed, other than in book-form Printed or illustrated postcards; printed cards bearing personal greetings or messages, with or without envelopes or trimmings Printed pictures, designs and photographs Trade advertising material, commercial catalogues and the like Transfers (decalcomanias) and printed calendars Audio books on disk, tape or other physical media , 5812, 5813 Text-based disks, tapes or other physical media , 5813 Sale of advertising space in print media (except on commission) Motion picture, video, television and radio content, and related services Motion picture film, exposed and developed, whether or not incorporating sound track or consisting only of sound track Films and other video content on disks, tape or other physical media , 6020 Sale of TV/radio advertising time (except on commission) Radio broadcast originals Television broadcast originals Radio channel programmes Television channel programmes , 6020 Broadcasting services , 6020 Home programme distribution services, basic programming package , 6020 Home programme distribution services, discretionary programming package

7 CPC Ver. 2 sub Product description (CPC sub title) , 6020 Home programme distribution services, pay-per-view , 6020 Motion picture, videotape and television programme production services , 6010 Radio programme production services , 5920 Motion picture, videotape, television and radio programme originals Audiovisual editing services Transfers and duplication of masters services Colour correction and digital restoration services Visual effects services Animation services Captioning, titling and subtitling services Sound editing and design services Other post-production services Motion picture, videotape and television programme distribution services Motion picture projection services Music content and related services Music, printed or in manuscript Musical audio disks, tapes or other physical media Sound recording services Live recording services Sound recording originals Games software Software cartridges for video game consoles Computer game software, packaged On-line games On-line content and related services Licensing services for the right to use databases , 5819, 6311, On-line books Sale of Internet advertising space (except on commission) On-line newspapers and periodicals On-line directories and mailing lists Musical audio downloads Streamed audio content Films and other video downloads Streamed video content On-line adult content Web search portal content Other on-line content n.e.c. Other content and related services Other non-musical audio disks and tapes , 5813, 5911, 5912, 5920, Full service advertising Licensing services for the right to use entertainment, literary or artistic originals Purchase or sale of advertising space or time, on commission , 5812, 7310 Sale of other advertising space or time (except on commission)

8 CPC Ver. 2 sub Advertising and related photography services Original compilations of facts/information Product description (CPC sub title) News agency services to newspapers and periodicals News agency services to audiovisual media Other information services , 5812, 5813, 5819, 5820, 5920 Publishing, on a fee or contract basis Original works of authors, composers and other artists except performing artists, painters and sculptors

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