January 28, 2014
Like every quarter, Akamai published its study on the State of the Internet – which this time deals with the third quarter of 2013 – where it analyzed the average Internet speed of 120 countries or regions of the world, determining that it increased by 29% compared to the third quarter of 2012, reaching an average 3.6 Mbps globally.
Ecuador, together with Argentina, were the Latin American countries whose connection increased most considerably compared to the second quarter of 2013. On the other hand, it is worrying to see that Costa Rica and Chile are the countries where Internet speed increased the least compared to the same period of the year. last year.
via Ecuador is the first country in South America to reach the world average Internet speed – FayerWayer.
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