Akamai report shows India has slowest Internet speed in Asia Pacific

The Akamai State of the Internet Report uncovers India has the slowest Internet speed in the district at 1.7mbps, although the worldwide normal velocity is 3.9mbps. The disclosure was made in the most recent ‘State of the Internet’ quarterly report by substance conveyance system, Akamai.

The Akamai report uncovers the normal internet connection speed in India is 1.7mbps. Nevertheless, the nation saw 8.4% percent quarter on quarter change and 34% year on year.

“The global average connection speed continued its gradual increase heading into 2014, growing 1.8% quarter over quarter to reach 3.9Mbps. Given the long-term trending seen for this metric, it is likely that the global average connection speed will finally reach, and hopefully surpass, the 4Mbps broadband threshold in the second quarter,” says the report.

Akamai report shows India has slowest Internet speed in Asia Pacific
Average Internet connection speed by Asia Pacific

The report additionally sheds light on the 4k availability, portable integration and IPv6 reception. The exploration firm eMarketer in its report expressed India has had the most reduced Internet penetration development in Asia Pacific (APAC) at 17.4 percent so far this year.

The most recent Akmai report is surely a reminder for the administration suppliers and additionally the new government, which has a driven plan to set up ‘broadband interstate’ in the nation. As indicated by a report, the amount of Internet users in India is growing rapidly, and India will surpass US with more than 243 million clients by 2014.

At the same time, while the numbers are witnessing a growth, there must be a concentration on enhancing the quality of services. Different reports have said that utilization of information substance is growing, and helping information penetration in the country.


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