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The high number of Internet subscriptions via optical fiber to more than 12%
Korea and Japan remained on top of the infested States fibre significantly
The number of Internet based on fiber-optic lines by 12.7 percent by the end of last year, bringing the total contributions to about 49 million people in 34 countries, these contributions accounted for an average of 15 percent of all Internet subscriptions via fixed lines, but that percentage up to much higher numbers in some States.
According to the study published by the Organization for economic cooperation and development, based in Paris and included 34 States, Japan and South Korea are still in first and second arrangements between States where fiber-optic lines high prevalence reached over 60%. While followed by Sweden and Estonia and Slovakia by 30% prevalence of fiber-optic lines. While this percentage has declined in Norway and Iceland and Slovenia, Denmark and the Czech Republic, Portugal and Hungary on average.
In the rest of the countries surveyed, including the United States, Britain, France and Germany have dropped optical fiber subscriptions below 10 percent.
While optical fiber technology continued in other technologies, but remains as the study less popular with a large percentage of other types of static connection to the Internet, especially via DSL, which controls more than half of the fixed Internet subscriptions.
As for the wireless Internet subscriptions, subscriptions have risen broadband connection by 14 percent in 2012, the number of Internet subscriptions via cell phones to 662 million lines.
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