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Top 5 Countries With The Fastest Internet In The World

 

List of top 5 countries with the quickest internet

In this technological era, where internet has become the most preferred medium of our everyday communication, have you ever wondered which countries provide the most quickest internet experience?

 

There are two important metrics in bandwidth allocation (measured in Megabits per second or Mbps): download and upload speed, denoting the speed of inbound and outbound data respectively. Here is a list of the top five countries that has the fastest internet connection speed in the world 2017.

 

1. Hong Kong

 

Hong Kong tops the list with peak internet speed of broadband connection in this country showing an average of 54.1 Mbps across services. It only takes 83 seconds to download one high definition (HD) movie.

 

2. South Korea

 

After Hong Kong, South Korea recorded the second-fastest average internet speed of 48.8 Mbps. Also, one HD quality movie can be downloaded in just 92 seconds.

 

3. Japan

Japan came in third with a peak download speed of 42.2 Mbps, and can download one HD movie in 106 seconds.

 

4. Latvia

 

At fourth position is Latvia, wherein the average speed of connection in this country is 37.5 Mbps. It takes only two minutes to download one HD movie.

 

5. Romania

With best facility of internet, Romania comes in at fifth place with an average internet speed of 37.4 Mbps and a download speed of two minutes to copy one HD movie.

 

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What are we talking about when we say "HD movie"? Full bluray (~50Gb)? Or BD/BR rips (2.5~8Gb)?

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30 minutes ago, anakin206 said:

What are we talking about when we say "HD movie"? Full bluray (~50Gb)? Or BD/BR rips (2.5~8Gb)?

 

unable to use your dkkuadyj5dj2s1pik.png? 54 Mbps means that you get 54 mega bits of data per second..

 

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By default, Speedtest.net measures your connection speed in Mbps, meaning Megabits Per Second. Mbps is the ISP industry-standard, and we use it on Speedtest.net so you can easily compare your result to your broadband plan's speed.

However, we offer four different options on your settings page:

  • kbps or Kilobits Per Second - One kilobit is 1000 bits, and bits are the smallest possible unit of information (a little on/off switch). This was typically used by mobile connections, but as mobile carriers get faster they're switching over to megabits.
  • kB/s or KiloBytes Per Second - Bytes are made up of eight bits, so one kilobyte equals eight kilobits. File-sizes on your computer are typically measured in bytes, so you'll usually see kilobytes used by download utilities. Bytes are capitalized when used in acronyms to distinguish them from bits, since both start with the letter B.
  • Mbps or Megabits Per Second - The default, as we've already discussed. It takes 1000 kilobits to make a megabit.
  • MB/s or MegaBytes Per Second - It takes eight megabits to make one megabyte. Most of the files on your computer are measured in megabytes, and if you have a fast connection you'll see this used in download utilities.

If you're comparing our speed test to another measurement, please make sure they're using the same unit. Otherwise, you are not getting a level comparison and may be seeing much lower or higher results than you expected.

 

To conclude, I have good news for you, there is something called Google

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44 minutes ago, Togijak said:

unable to use your...

 

You are just angry because you can't eat none of the three little pigs.

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:unsure:

I wonder whose in the list of top 10 snail-ish internet speed countries !! :sleep:

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1 hour ago, IronY-Man said:

:unsure:

I wonder whose in the list of top 10 snail-ish internet speed countries !! :sleep:

Most of the world has no were near these  speeds

 

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Highlights from Akamai’s First Quarter, 2017 State of the Internet Report:

Global Average and Peak Connection Speeds and Global Broadband Adoption

  • Global average connection speed was 7.2 Mbps (an increase of 15% year over year).
  • Global average peak connection speed increased 28% year over year to 44.6 Mbps in the first quarter.
  • South Korea again had the highest average connection speed globally at 28.6 Mbps in the first quarter.
  • Singapore had the highest peak connection speed at 184.5 Mbps in the first quarter.
  • Global 4, 10, 15 and 25 Mbps broadband adoption rates increased 13%, 29%, 33% and 42% year over year, respectively.

 

https://www.akamai.com/us/en/about/news/press/2017-press/akamai-releases-first-quarter-2017-state-of-the-internet-security-report.jsp

Full Report PDF

https://www.akamai.com/us/en/multimedia/documents/state-of-the-internet/q1-2017-state-of-the-internet-connectivity-report.pdf

I dont know were techworm got  there info from because no source  but this was the last report Akamai released March 2017 Hong Kong  came in 4th place Avg and peak and only 28% of the country  has internet above 25 Mbps .Just because you're country has fast internet don't mean you do unless you live in the places they have it and you can afford that plain .  Only 45% of the world  has speeds above 10 Mbps.

 

Another thing to consider is how many GB a month can you download without being capped or do you have unlimited internet?  ..I  dont have no were near these  fast internet speeds I have  just avg speeds and i have unlimited internet  and  my drives are full of media i need a new drive too store it all lol.  :P

 

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    1 hour ago, steven36 said:

    I dont know were techworm got  there info from

    TechWorm got info here > Source: Bloomberg, WAU

     

    Sorry, forgot to put TechWorm info source on bottom of the article :P

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    where is Czech Republic B)

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    24 minutes ago, kasper said:

    where is Czech Republic B)

    that pdf  i posed has it  they came in 14th place in that report  16.9 Mbps Avg.

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    5 hours ago, steven36 said:

    .I  dont have no were near these  fast internet speeds I have  just avg speeds and i have unlimited internet  and  my drives are full of media i need a new drive too store it all lol

    You basically said it.... that's exactly my situation right now !! 

     

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    WAIT.....

    Is that speed only in few areas of these countries ? or whole !

     

    well, it doesn't matters regarding speed as we should also keep in mind abt particular countries area(how big it is) and its population (how much net/bandwidth they will consume it)

     

    in this case,all these r tiny countries with tiny populations.

    ex, Latvia hardly 2 million population !

     

     

     

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    1 hour ago, snowman said:

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    Living the Dream !! Eh mate :D

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