visualized by: nowsourcing.com
Would you expect that American citizens surf the internet at roughly 15.9 MB/s, about 30 MB/s slower than their Hong Kong peers? That puts USA at the 11th position in global internet speed rankings, even behind countries you wouldn’t think.
visualized by: Neo Mammalian Studios
Google fiber is currently the fastest and the cheapest ISP compared to top ISPs both in the US and UK. For the time being only Kansas City and Central Kansas City enjoy the whopping speed of 1GB/sec. What holds the future in terms of upsizing?
visualized by: ChinaCache.com
Notwithstanding the dashing economical development, China’s broadband infrastructure seems to snail compared to the established standards. Shangai primes the speed rank, at 5.96 Mb/s on average and 6.3 max during off-peak hours. However, advancements have been done since 2011.