Singapore has the fastest internet speed in the world with a median speed of 207.61 Mbps, followed by Chile at 200.01 Mbps and Thailand at 189.64 Mbps, according to analysis by BanklessTimes.
The United States came in eighth with a median speed of 151.21 Mbps.
Hong Kong (181.70 Mbps), Denmark (166.11 Mbps), China (162.74 Mbps) and Macau (154.48 Mbps) secured the fourth, fifth, sixth and seventh positions respectively.
“Among the top eight countries with the fastest internet speed in the fixed broadband category, China is the most improved, having moved up three positions. Hong Kong improved by one position, while Denmark was demoted from fourth to fifth place. The rest of the countries, including Singapore, Chile, Thailand, Macao and the United States, maintained their positions,” comments Jonathan Merry, CEO of BanklessTimes.
Global Fixed Broadband Internet Performance
BanklessTimes estimated the global median download speed in the fixed broadband category to be 63.46 Mbps. The median download speed for the same category is 27.06 Mbps. The median latency is 10 Mbps.
The median download speed increased steadily from April 2021 to April 2022. In 2021 it was 48.42 Mbps, while in April 2022 it was 63.46 Mbps, registering a difference of 15.04 Mbps at 31.06%.
The median download Internet speed followed the same trend, increasing from 19.60 Mbps in April 2021 to 27.06 Mbps in April 2022. This figure brings the change in median annual data speed to 7.46 Mbps. Therefore, the annual percentage change in median download data speed is 38.06%.
The latency rate has not seen rapid changes over the past year. For example, from April 2021 to August 2021, it remained constant at 11 ms. However, it dropped to 10ms from September 2021 to April 2022. This represents a 9.09% improvement over the past year.
Mobile internet transfer speed
While Singapore came first in the fixed broadband internet category, it fell to twenty-second position in the mobile internet category with a median of 64.05 Mbps. The United Arab Emirates and Qatar lead in this category with 134.48 Mbps and 129.36 Mbps respectively.
The median download speed for the category is 30.75 Mbps with an upload speed of 8.78 Mbps, and the median latency is 29 ms.
This first appeared in the CommsWire subscription newsletter on June 20, 2022.
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