Korea continues to be the country with the fastest internet speed world

Overall, the top 10 countries / areas with fast speed internet connection in the world based on the study of Akamai does not have a new name than in 2013 or maybe scrambling the mutual position . South Korea is the country with the fastest internet speeds in the world, and outperformed the two chasing behind Hong Kong and Japan. The water remaining in the charts above are in areas with high life in Northern Europe.

In the past week, Akamai, computer technology company famous American, has officially announced the quarterly report on the state of global internet with the data on the 4th quarter of 2014. In particular, the connection speed global average grew 20% to 4.5 Mbps in the fourth quarter of 2014 compared with the same period last year. At the same time, demand for mobile Internet continues to grow, with data traffic increased 54% over the last year.

Akamai‘s report shows that there are 132 countries in the world have increased speed internet connection medium in 2014, from very small at 0.3% in Morocco (2.4 Mbps) to 146% as in Congo (1.3 Mbps). Only 10 countries have reduced the average connection speed in 2014, with the rate of 1.7% in Paraguay (1.4 Mbps) to 47% in Sudan (1.0 Mbps).

Top 10 nước/khu vực có tốc độ kết nối internet trung bình nhanh nhất thế giới

Top 10 countries / areas with internet connection speed world’s fastest average

As we can see on the chart, 8 of the top 10 countries / areas with the fastest internet speed world have double-digit growth in 2014 compared to 2013, but only 6 countries are achieving growth from Q3 to Q4 2014.

Overall, the top 10 countries / areas with fast speed internet connection in the world based on the study of Akamai does not have a new name than in 2013 or maybe scrambling the mutual position . South Korea is the country with the fastest internet speeds in the world, and outperformed the two chasing behind Hong Kong and Japan. The water remaining in the charts above are in areas with high life in Northern Europe.

In addition, coverage of global broadband internet with speeds of 4 Mbps or more fell slightly to 0.7% in Q4 2014 (but still up 20% compared to 2013) to 59%. For high-speed internet bandwidth of 10 Mbps or more, coverage has reached 24% and increased by 2.9% qoq and 25% 3/2014 compared to the same period last year.

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