Who Has Fastest, Cheapest Internet in the World?
Apr 22, 2010, 12:04 (0 Talkback[s])
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"Despite how often we hear that the U.S. lags behind other
countries in terms of internet speed (which is still true), the
fastest internet in the world, according to a report from Akamai
Technologies, is in Berkeley, California at an average speed of
"In fact, the second and third fastest internet offerings in the
world are also in the U.S., in Chapel Hill, NC (average speed:
17.5Mbps) and Stanford, Calif. (average speed: 17.0Mbps) Of course,
the obvious linkage there is that the internet is tied closely to
those using the access granted by educational institutions with
fast internet connections, clearly skewing the average upward."