In our January Bandwidth Report we looked at broadband penetration worldwide and for US states. This month we take a look at the effect of surfing the web using a mobile device. Using a mobile device to surf the same websites has an average page load time penalty of 50%, according to a recent survey.
Bandwidth Report Tags: global broadband survey statistics
DC Tops in US Broadband Speed – USA 17th in Broadband Penetration Worldwide – January 2014 Bandwidth Report
The District of Columbia had the fastest connection speeds among the United States, according to a recent survey. The US came in 17th worldwide in broadband penetration. The average US household, however, enjoys less than half the broadband speed of the average South Korean household.
Mexico Tops in Broadband Growth – Switzerland Leads World in Broadband Penetration – DSL Dominates High Penetration Countries – August 2013 Bandwidth Report
Mexico led the world in broadband growth in the last quarter of 2012. Overall, Switzerland topped all countries in broadband penetration. The US remained stuck in 15th place in broadband penetration, according to a recent survey. DSL dominates the countries with high broadband penetration, while the US relies more on cable modems for most of their broadband subscribers.
US and Canada Drop in Broadband Penetration Worldwide – January 2012 Bandwidth Report
Since our last broadband survey in July the US and Canada have both dropped one position in broadband penetration worldwide. According to a recent Point Topic survey, the US dropped from 22nd place to 23rd place (from Q1 2011 to Q3 2011). Canada also dropped one position to 19th place since our last survey.