[Global Average Internet Connection Speed Report] South Korea lead the world with 26.1Mbps

[Global Average Internet Connection Speed Report] South Korea lead the world with 26.1Mbps

Internet speed is key of determine the data transfer rate across the global web. The faster the speed the better it is for any activity that connect though out the net.

US cloud service providers announced the fourth quarter of year 2016, speed report, South Korea average connection rate of 26.1Mbps, reelected the world’s first; while Malaysia sitting the tenth in Asia rank.

According to the Philippine ABS-CBN news network report, the US cloud service provider “Akamai” collected and analysis the national speed information. Here the report of fourth quarter last year, the global average networking rate increased slightly from the previous quarter 7.9% over the previous year growth of 44%.

South Korea who lead the world with average speed of 26.1 Mbps, followed by  Norway (23.6 Mbps), Sweden (22.8 Mbps), Hong Kong (21.9 Mbps), Switzerland (21.2 Mbps), Denmark (20.7 Mbps), Finland (20.6 Mbps), Singapore (20.2 Mbps), Japan (19.6 Mbps) and the Netherlands (17.6 Mbps).

Asia in addition to South Korea’s the fastest in global ranking, Hong Kong (21.6 Mbps) ranked at second follow by Singapore (20.2 Mbps), Japan (19.6 Mbps), and Taiwan (15.6 Mbps). Furthermore, the sixth is Thailand with average speed of 13.3 Mbps, followed by New Zealand (12.9Mbps), Australia (10.6 Mbps), Vietnam (8.3 Mbps), Malaysia (8.2 Mbps), Sri Lanka (7.3 Mbps), Indonesia (6.7 Mbps), China (6.3 Mbps), India (5.6 Mbps) and the Philippines (4.5 Mbps).

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