State of the Internet Report

Asia continues to lead in Internet connection speeds: Akamai
Asia continued to surge ahead in average Internet connection speeds, with South Korea leading the pack, according to the State of the Internet Report for the first quarter (Q1) of 2015 by web technology company Akamai.
Global broadband adoption rate reaches 60%: Akamai
The global broadband (>4 Mbps) adoption rate reached 60%, an increase of 1% quarter-over-quarter, according to Akamai Technologies Inc, which earlier this month released its 'Third Quarter, 2014 State of the Internet Report'.
Net speed: Malaysia above average, Singapore breaks threshold
Malaysia recorded peak Internet connection speeds of 30.5 Mbps, higher than the global average of 25.4Mbps, while Singapore became the fourth surveyed Asia Pacific country or region to have an average connection speed above the 10 Mbps ‘high broadband’ threshold, joining Japan, Hong Kong, and South Korea, according to Akamai Technologies Inc.
Korea leads the way in 4K readiness: Akamai report
Measuring ‘4K readiness’ for the first time, Akamai Technologies Inc’s latest First Quarter, 2014 State of the Internet Report finds that South Korea leads the way in terms of its connection speeds being able to cater to the upcoming high definition resolution standard.
Global connection speeds improve, dips in some regions: Akamai
The global average connection speed continued to improve, with a quarterly increase of 5.5% to reach 3.8 Mbps, according to the 'Fourth Quarter, 2013 State of the Internet Report' released recently by Akamai Technologies Inc.
IPv4 being exhausted, Europe leads IPv6 adoption: Akamai
The Internet world continued to use IPv4 (Internet Protocol version 4), whose list of available IP or website addresses are quickly being exhausted, while adoption of the newer IPv6 protocol continues at a slow pace, according to the latest ‘State of the Internet’ report by Akamai Technologies Inc.
High broadband growth in Indonesia, Malaysia and Thailand: Akamai
According to Akamai Technologies Inc’s Second Quarter, 2013 State of the Internet Report, there were “extremely large growth rates” of broadband adoption seen in Malaysia (127%), Thailand (195%), Indonesia (292%) and China (503%), all of which more than doubled their levels of broadband adoption from the second quarter of 2012.
Asia Pacific leading broadband race, according to Akamai report
Three Asia Pacific countries or regions led the global ranks in terms of average Internet connection speeds, and were the only three which saw speeds above the ‘high broadband’ threshold of 10 Mbps in the first quarter of 2013.
State of the Internet: Malaysia lags Thailand, but improving
The average speed of broadband connectivity in Malaysia (ranked 71) lags that of Thailand (58), but continues to improve, according to the quarterly State of the Internet Report released by web technologies company Akamai for the third quarter of 2012.
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