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The increase in the average internet speeds globally by 23 percent
Average Internet speeds increased globally by 23 percent on an annual basis for up to 6.3 Mbps in the first quarter of 2016, according the quarterly online report published by the company Akamai Akamai service providers of cloud storage.
He noted the company’s report, which is based in Cambridge, Massachusetts in the United States, to have accounted for 8.5 percent of users of broadband speeds at speeds up to 25 Mbps.
According to the report, 138 countries have seen an increase in average connection speeds, year after year, ranging from a rate of 0.5 percent in the State of Suriname to the rate of 298 percent in Kenya.
And saw the eight countries of the decrease in the average connection speeds compared with last year, the losses ranged from a rate of 1.5 percent in the State of Gabon, which reached an average speed has to 1.8 Mbps, and between 23 per cent in the State of Syria, which has reached an average speed has to 1.4 Mbps.
The FCC in the United States in January of 2015 to re-minimum definition of the broad range of 4 Mbps per second to 25 megabits per second.
And increased global dependence to the speed of 4 Mbps speeds and larger by 16 percent on an annual basis for up to 73 percent now.
While global dependence has increased the speed of 10 Mbps by 34 percent on an annual basis for up to 35 percent now, while global dependence to the speed of 15 Mbps at 58 on an annual basis increased to up now to 21 percent now.
And increased global dependence to the speed of 25 Mbps by 86 percent on an annual basis to reach the ratio to 8.5 percent now, and possesses countries top 10 Internet speeds in excess of 10 megabits per second, and has a citizen at least out of five citizens on the Internet hours of broadband in the first five states.
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