World High Speed Internet Record: Reach 44,200 Gbps

World High Speed Internet Record: Reach 44,200 Gbps– Internet use has multiplied over the past few months, with research teams recording the world’s fastest internet speed from a chip that can download 1000 high-definition movies per split second at a speed of 44.2 terabit data per second from a light source.
 
Spain, one of the world’s largest fiber-optic transplant countries, is one of the world’s fastest-growing Internet providers. It has 44.2 TBPS (Terabit per second), or 44,200 Gbps. This is the fastest internet service in the world, which is enough to download 1000 HD movies in a split second using an optical chip. Which has the potential to increase the world’s internet speed. It has been tested on fiber broadband in Australia.
World High Speed Internet
According to scientists, the speed has been achieved by integrating broadband internet networks and fiber-optic technologies with their new devices.
 
Using this technology, millions of people around the world have the ability to support high-speed Internet connections. Experts hope that it can be used for super-fast data, self-driving cars, medicine, education, and more.
 
According to reports, the new technology, which is actually an optical chip that is as small as a finger, has already been tested on an existing fiber broadband line in Australia.
 

The important thing about this news is not only the pace at which they have been achieved but also how they have done it Normally high-speed networks use 80 lasers that transmit light that carries information through fiber optics. But this new technology uses a small single chip

Combining all the data transmitted by these hundreds of micro lenses at the same time through optical fiber has reached a record internet speed of 44.2 Tbps.

Here we have to believe that the network can be the backbone in the field of communication in the future and 5G connectivity always requires a fast network.

New record for long-distance Internet communication speed-Achieved 6.25 Gbps between the US and Europe

New Long Distance Internet Communication Speed ​​Record: 6.25 Gbps Between US and Europe Internet2, an American academic organization researching the next-generation Internet, set a new record on the 20th for the speed of long-distance communications over the Internet. It was achieved in the “Internet2 Land Speed ​​Record” contest carried out to improve communication speed over the Internet.

This record was set by an international team of researchers from the California Institute of Technology and the European Institute of Physics CERN, which connected approximately 11,000 km from Los Angeles, California, USA to Geneva, Switzerland, at an average of 6.25 Gbps. This record was achieved using the IPv4 protocol, but the same team has also achieved 4 Gbps record average using IPv6 in the past.

This record registered 68,431 terabit-meters per second, but CERN’s director of external networks and EU Data TAG project manager, Olivier Martin, said: “We hope to achieve new speed records for IPv4 and IPv6 this year. And then we will be close to 100 terabit meters per second or nominally 10 Gbps”

1. Internet penetration rate in India is 94%, the lowest is 0.08% in North Korea

Let’s take a look at the global Internet penetration rate. The chart below shows the percentage of Internet users in each country’s population.

There are several countries with the highest Internet population penetration rates in the world, with 99% in all six countries including the United Arab Emirates and Iceland (Andorra, Alba, Iceland, Qatar and United Arab Emirates).

Looking at East Asia … Hong Kong has 89% and Taiwan has 88%. In Southeast Asia, Singapore is the top with 84%, followed by Thailand with 82%, Malaysia with 80%, and the Philippines with 71%.

By the way, the United States and South Korea account for 95%. The population penetration rate of the Internet in India is 94%. The lowest is 0.06% of North Korea, with only 20,000 Internet users.

2. World Internet speed ranking

What is the average internet speed in the world?
Next, we will announce the ranking of Internet speeds in the world.

Before ranking by country, let’s first look at the world’s average internet speed.

“Mbps” that appears in the text is a unit that expresses the communication speed of data. Mbps is an abbreviation for Mega bit per second and is read as “Mega bit per second”. In other words, “Mbps” is a unit that expresses the amount of data that can be sent and received per second.

First, the mobile internet line speed is 25.08 Mbps. Furthermore, the secular volatility of mobile internet speed is + 18%. The following fixed internet line speed was 54.33 Mbps, and the secular volatility was + 33%.

World fixed internet line speed ranking / 1st place is Singapore / Inidia line speed is 91.9Mbps
Now that the world average is known, we will announce the country ranking of fixed internet speeds in the world.

Singapore’s 190.94 Mbps ranks first with a secular volatility of + 18%. Second place is Hong Kong at 161 Mbps with a secular volatility of + 14%. Iceland in 3rd place was 156.16 Mbps with a secular volatility of + 7.2%.

In addition, Romania’s 124.54Mb is fourth with a secular volatility of + 26%. The fifth place is Korea’s 119.61 Mbps with a secular volatility of -9.7%. The sixth place is the United States at 109.48 Mbps with a secular volatility of + 42%. 7th place is Canada’s 108.75Mbps with a secular volatility of + 56%. 8th place is Hungary with 108.42 Mbps with a secular volatility of + 20%. Sweden is in 9th place at 106.39 Mbps with a secular volatility of + 22%. The 10th place is Switzerland at 104.17 Mbps with a secular volatility of + 32%.

By the way, India has 57.9 Mbps.

World mobile internet line speed ranking / 1st place is Iceland / India line speed is 30.9Mbps
Following the fixation, we will announce the world mobile internet line speed ranking.

The first place is Iceland’s 72.77 Mbps with a secular volatility of + 45%. The second place is Norway’s 65.88 Mbps with a secular volatility of + 7.6%. Canada in third place was 63.06 Mbps with a secular volatility of + 38%.

Singapore’s 60.9.5 Mbs came in fourth with a secular volatility of + 13%. Qatar’s 5th place is 59.57 Mbps with a secular volatility of + 36%. 6th place is Australia’s 56.50Mbps with a secular volatility of + 16%. The 7th place is 55.10Mbps in the Netherlands with a secular volatility of + 1.7%. 8th place is Malta at 52.37Mbps with a secular volatility of -3.7%. The 9th place is Korea’s 50.98 Mbps with a secular volatility of + 19%. The 10th place is Belgium’s 50.21 Mbps with a secular volatility of + 13%.

3. Distribution map of digital users in the world

57% of Internet users in the world population
From this section, let’s look at the distribution of digital users around the world.

As mentioned at the beginning, 2018 marked the first time in history that the number of Internet users in the world’s population exceeded the half-line of more than 50%.

Of the world’s population of about 7,676 million, about 5,112 million (67%) are mobile users, and as mentioned earlier, about 4,388 million (57%) are Internet users.

Similar to this “DIGITAL 2019”, the International Telecommunication Union (ITU) , a UN specialized agency, has released the latest statistical data surveying the Internet penetration rate as of the end of 2018. It is said that the number of Internet users in the world’s total population has reached 3.9 billion, which is 51.2% of the total population.

Returning to DIGITAL 2019 data, there are approximately 3,484 million (45%) social media users and 3,256 million (42%) mobile social media users, both of which are more than half of the world’s population. And it is reported that it has increased to nearly half.

The world population has increased by about 84 million (+ 1.1% year-on-year), while the number of mobile users has increased by about 100 million (+ 2.0% year-on-year) and the number of Internet users has increased by about 376 million. Increased (+ 9.1% year-on-year), increased social media users by about 288 million (+ 9.0% year-on-year), increased mobile social media users by about 297 million (+ 10.0% year-on-year) , All of them are increasing at a rate higher than the world population.

4. Trends in digital users in each region of the world

From here, we will explain the trends of digital users in each region of the world.

This time, we will make presentations by four regional categories: “Africa,” “Americas,” “Asia Pacific,” “Europe,” and “Middle East.”

Africa has a total population of about 1,304 million (urbanization rate 43%), mobile subscribers about 1,04.9 million (80% of the population), and Internet users about 473 million (43%). The penetration rate is 36%), the number of social media users is about 216 million (penetration rate 17%), and the number of mobile social users is about 202.4 million (penetration rate 17%).

Africa’s total population increased by about 33 million (+ 2.5% year-on-year), while mobile subscribers increased by about 51 million (+ 5.2% year-on-year) and Internet users increased by about 38 million. The number of social media users increased by about 25 million (+ 13% year-on-year), and the number of mobile social users increased by about 30 million (+ 17% year-on-year).

Speaking of Africa, the rapid growth of “Digitile Mobile Service”, which is the so-called “leapfrog phenomenon” (*), is drawing attention from all over the world.

In Africa, the spread of mobile phones is being promoted by jumping over fixed-line phones, but you can see from these figures that the mobile ownership rate of African people is exploding. ..

In emerging countries where social infrastructure is not well developed, such as literally leapfrogs, new technologies will spread at once, overcoming the stages of technological progress that developed countries have advanced so far. Point to

Digital users in the Americas

The total population of the Americas is about 1.02 billion (Urbanization rate 81%), while the number of mobile subscribers is about 1.058 billion (104% of the population) and the number of Internet users is about 798.4 million. (Population rate 78%), social media users are about 673.1 million (penetration rate 66%), and mobile social users are about 610.5 million (penetration rate 60%).

Increasing rate of digital users in the Americas

The total population of the Americas increased by about 9 million (+ 0.9% year-on-year), while the number of mobile subscribers increased by about 10 million (+ 0.9% year-on-year) and the number of Internet users increased by about 57 million. (+ 7.7% year-on-year), social media users increased by about 25 million (+ 3.8% year-on-year), and mobile social users increased by about 29 million (+ 5.0% year-on-year). I will.

Asia Pacific Digital Users

The total population of Asia Pacific is about 4.25 billion (urbanization rate 48%), while the number of mobile subscribers is about 4.416 billion (104% of the population) and the number of Internet users is about 2.21 billion. (Population rate 52%), social media users are about 1,997 million (penetration rate 47%), and mobile social users are about 1,931 million (penetration rate 45%).

The total population of Asia Pacific increased by about 36 million (+ 0.8% year-on-year), while the number of mobile subscribers increased by about 127 million (+ 3.0% year-on-year) and about 2 Internet users. An increase of 303 million (+ 10% year-on-year), an increase of about 218 million social media users (+ 12% year-on-year), and an increase of about 219 million mobile social users (+ 10% year-on-year) The result is 13%).

European digital users

Europe has a total population of about 846 million (urbanization rate 74%), mobile subscribers about 1,101 million (130% of the population), and Internet users about 724.7 million (about 724.7 million). The penetration rate is 86%), the number of social media users is about 462.5 million (penetration rate 55%), and the number of mobile social users is about 393.4 million (penetration rate 47%).

Growth rate of digital users in Europe

Europe’s total population has increased by about 2 million (+ 0.2% year-on-year), while mobile subscribers have increased by about 5 million (+ 0.5% year-on-year) and Internet users have increased by about 51 million. The result is an increase (+ 7.6% year-on-year), an increase of about 14 million social media users (+ 3.2% year-on-year), and an increase of about 17 million mobile social users (+ 4.5% year-on-year). ..

Middle East digital users

The total population of the Middle East is about 256.6 million (urbanization rate 73%), while the number of mobile subscribers is about 304.5 million (119% of the population) and the number of Internet users is about 182 million (about 182 million). The penetration rate is 71%), the number of social media users is about 136.1 million (penetration rate 53%), and the number of mobile social users is about 118 million (penetration rate 46%).

Growth rate of digital users in the Middle East

The total population of the Middle East increased by about 4 million (+ 1.7% year-on-year), while the number of mobile subscribers increased by about 8 million (+ 2.7% year-on-year) and the number of Internet users increased by about 18 million. The result is an increase (+ 11% year-on-year), an increase of about 6 million social media users (+ 4.7% year-on-year), and an increase of about 3 million mobile social users (+ 2.3% year-on-year). ..

5. World Internet User Usage Time Ranking

In the last section, we will make a presentation entitled “Ranking of Internet Users in the World”.

Internet usage time ranking per day / Top is about 10 hours in the Philippines

First, “Daily Internet Usage Ranking”(*)However, the 1st place is 10 hours and 2 minutes in the Philippines. Second place is Brazil with 9 hours and 29 minutes. Third place was Thailand with 9 hours and 11 minutes.

In addition, Colombia is in 4th place for 9 hours. 5th place is Indonesia with 8 hours and 36 minutes. 6th place is South Africa with 8 hours and 25 minutes. Argentina is in 7th place with 8 hours and 19 minutes. 8th place is Malaysia in 8 hours and 5 minutes. 9th place is Mexico in 8 hours and 1 minute. In 10th place was the United Arab Emirates in 7 hours 54 minutes.

* Includes all devices such as PCs, SPs, and tablets

Mobile internet usage time per day / Top is Thailand 5 hours 13 minutes

Next is the “Daily Mobile Internet Usage Ranking”, which is ranked first in Thailand at 5 hours and 13 minutes. Second place is the Philippines with 4 hours and 58 minutes. Third place was Brazil with 4 hours and 45 minutes.

In addition, Indonesia ranked 4th in 4 hours and 35 minutes. 5th place is Nigeria in 4 hours 32 minutes. 6th place is Argentina in 4 hours and 20 minutes. 7th place is Colombia in 4 hours 11 minutes. 8th place is Ghana for 4 hours and 10 minutes. 9th place is Malaysia in 4 hours and 2 minutes. The 10th place was Egypt with 3 hours and 51 minutes.

Internet usage time using a PC per day / Top is 5 hours 4 minutes in the Philippines

Next is the “Internet usage time ranking using a PC per day”, and the first place is the Philippines for 5 hours and 4 minutes. Second place is South Africa with 4 hours 55 minutes. Third place was Colombia with 4 hours and 49 minutes.

In addition, Brazil is in 4th place with 4 hours and 43 minutes. 5th place is Taiwan in 4 hours and 17 minutes. 6th place is Mexico in 4 hours 11 minutes. 7th place is Portugal in 4 hours 11 minutes. 8th place is Russia in 4 hours and 8 minutes. 9th place is the United States in 4 hours and 7 minutes. In 10th place was the United Arab Emirates in 4 hours and 6 minutes.

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This time, based on the data “DIGITAL 2019” that We are social and HootSuite jointly compiled digital data from all over the world, we introduced the trends of digital users around the world and the status of digital infrastructure in a ranking format.

In addition to the section excerpted this time, this “DIGITAL 2019” contains valuable data on many digital users around the world. If you are interested, please take a look.

As mentioned at the beginning, knowing the trends and trends of digital users around the world will undoubtedly become an important indicator in all markets in the future. This is because the concept of digital is pervasive in all areas, such as online marketing and online sales, not only for online services but also in the offline real market.

Needless to say, the world is heading toward globalization, but even in such standardization, there are definitely local differences. And it is in such a slight bias that there is a business opportunity that no one knew.

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