Who Has the Fastest Internet Connection in the World?
“The Internet was designed to ensure anywhere-to-anywhere connectivity” (future.internetsociety.org). Regardless of where users are, they should be able to connect without technical or other impediments. Essential to the Internet’s value as a platform for innovation, creativity, and economic opportunity, digital transformation is needed. A MuleSoft survey of 650 IT leaders from global enterprises indicates that the vast majority (97%) of companies of those included in the survey are currently undertaking or planning to undertake digital transformation initiatives. Nine out of every 10 IT leaders believe that their companies will lose revenue if they don’t introduce those initiatives. In another study it is reported that Facebook dominates social messaging, Google is top in Web searching and Amazon leads online shopping, and these largest Internet platforms are capturing fundamental human interactions (future.internetsociety.org).
Naturally, to stay abreast of these global transformation initiates, central questions are Internet connectivity and broadband speed. Sources say that speeds of up to 500Mbps are becoming more common in the world’s most developed countries, but it is often very expensive, and users choose cheaper options at lower speeds. However, as the digital age evolves, prices will lower and the average global Internet speed is likely to increase every year, even more rapidly as new technology evolves.