Trending this month



Showing posts with label Mobile broadband. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Mobile broadband. Show all posts

December 13, 2015

internet speeds across the world: 50 nations compared

The global average connection speed saw a 3.5% increase in the second quarter of 2015, to 5.1 Mbps. According to Akamai state of the internet 2015 report.The below chart compared 50 nations and their internet connection speeds.Globally web speeds increased across the board for the top 10 countries/regions, with the exception of South Korea, which saw a 2.1% decrease from the first quarter. Japan saw the largest quarterly gain at 7.8%, while the remaining eight countries saw modest gains ranging from 1.5% in Hong Kong to 4.6% in Switzerland.




On a global basis, 107 of the 143 qualifying countries/regions saw average peak connection speeds increase from the first quarter, with growth ranging from 0.1% in Trinidad and Tobago (to 34.9 Mbps) to 100% in Egypt (to 23.4 Mbps). Other than Egypt, four countries—Uzbekistan, Mauritius, Ghana, and Tunisia—saw quarterly increases of over 50%.


October 29, 2015

:mobile broadband subscriptions vs fastest mobile broadband speeds



mobile broadband subscribers vs speeds"

comparison of nations :Mobile broadband penetration vs mobile broadband speeds


In terms of mobile broadband penetration Europe and America tops mobile broadband subscriptions, followed by CIS nations, Asia pacific and  Middle east. The Europeans amd Americas have an average of 75-77% mobile broadband penetration

In terms of mobile broadband speeds, Akamai's latest report  confirms that  UK now has an average mobile connection speed of 20.4Mbps, a huge 28 percent increase on the previous quarter. The average UK speed is twice that of second-placed Denmark, which has a 10Mbps average, while other leading nations such as Germany (5.7Mbps), the US (4Mbps) and even South Korea (8.8Mbps) lag some way behind.
The UK can also boast that more than 95 percent of all mobile connections are over 4Mbps, which is twice as fast as the 2Mbps stipulated by the last government as the basic speed needed for fixed broadband services.

February 20, 2015

45% Mobile Users Across the World To have 3G Connections

Mobile broadband technology

GSMA  data shows  that 40% global  mobile users will be using  3G  by 2016,  and 4G penetration will not exceed more than 15% by 2016


Emarketer data shows by 2017 45% mobile  users will be be powered by 4G technology, while  its likely to cross the halfway mark ( 48%) by 2019

February 14, 2015

Global projection of 3G Penetration Across World estimated to grow 5 fold to cover 56% of the world

Statistic: 3G mobile wireless penetration worldwide from 2008 to 2020 | Statista


Global forecast by statista is to be believed then the, world will have 56% 3G Mobile Penetration by 2020.. as compared to 12% 3G penetration existing in 2008.. This is almost a 5 fold jump in 8 years ...which works out to be 40% per year on average.Meanwhile check out the  top 5 geographic regions with the highest Mobile 3G connectivity in the world

August 29, 2012

Younger Adults Drive UK Mobile Web Revolution , 77% connected Online



Almost half of UK internet users are going online via mobile phone data connections, according to the Office for National Statistics.Some 45% of people surveyed said they made use of the net while out and about, compared with 31% in 2010.

The most rapid growth was among younger people, where 71% of internet-connected 16 to 24-year-olds used mobiles.Domestic internet use also rose. According to the ONS, 77% of households now have access to a net connection.

That figure was up 4% from the previous year, representing the slowest rate of growth since the ONS survey began in 2006.Among the 23% of the population who remain offline, half said they "didn't need the internet".

While 71% of 16 to 24-year-old who went online said they used mobile broadband, just 8% of internet users aged over 65 made use of the newer technology.

The ONS survey also found a dramatic rise in the use of wifi hotspots - a seven-fold increase since 2011 - suggesting that the rise of 3G has done little to slow demand for free and paid-for wireless access.



Related articles
Enhanced by Zemanta