Report: US Lags in Broadband
The report, which examines connectivity trends around the world, provides some unique insight into how many users are connected to the Internet in different regions -- and how fast they're connecting. It also provides data on network security, attack information, and various disruptions of service.
Not much changed from the first-quarter report to the second quarter -- Sweden still leads in unique IPs per capita and South Korea is still tops in high-speed broadband connectivity -- but there are some positive trends for the U.S. in rate of broadband adoption.
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— Ryan Lawler, Senior Editor, Contentinople