India’s Internet speed is slowest in Asia-Pacific: Global internet speed up by 23%

United States: Averages globally of connection speeds of internet have increased by 23 percent to 5.6 Mbps in that quarter which ended on 2015 December when compared to similar periods of 2014. Report revealed on 23rd March 2016. Reports “Fourth Quarter, 2015, State of Internet Report” had been released by Akamai Technologies Inc. This is leader globally in content deliveries networking services.

From perspectives globally, averaging connections speeds increased by 8.6 percent (QoQ) quarter-over-quarter and 23 percent (YoY) year-over-year to 5.6 Mbps. Averaging globally peak connections speeds increased 21 percent YoY and 1 percent QoQ to 32.5 Mbps. It reported this. South Korea has average highest connection speeds in place of Asia-Pacific at 26.7 Mbps. India is lowest in 2.8 Mbps.

Reports of this quarter (October to December 2015) show greater growths YoY in connections speed averaged and broadband overall adoptions. This is told by David Belson, editor of report. Macao (83.1 Mbps) and South Korean (95.3 Mbps) had been countries only for posting double digits gains quarterly in averaged peak connecting speeds at 13 percent and 10 percent respectively.

It is important particularly as expectations consumer rises. Lots of high profiling events like Rio’s summer games are streamed in 2016. Progressions seen through key metrics of ours show that whilst there are work still to be conducted, more world parts have abilities increasingly for supports of deliveries.

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