Speedtest has lengthy been the go-to for measuring web velocity, and now it’s launched the Speedtest International Index, a month-to-month world rating that permits you to see how your nation stacks up on the subject of web velocity.
The International Index compiles knowledge from the billions of checks customers run on the service, and exhibits each cellular and glued broadband speeds from world wide. Set to be up to date month-to-month, every nation’s rating exhibits each its common obtain velocity, in addition to any distinction in rank from the earlier month. Click on via on a person nation, and examine each its common obtain and add velocity.
Speedtest’s weblog appears to point that charts monitoring efficiency will even seem on particular person nation pages as month-to-month experiences proceed to publish, permitting folks to “uncover developments and detect potential storylines.”
That is actually not the one web velocity rating, however it’s enjoyable to see how nations transfer up and down the charts. Cyprus, for instance, moved up a whopping 21 positions in cellular rating from final month’s knowledge to quantity 35, whereas France moved down 5 positions in the identical chart to quantity 37. For those who’re questioning how the US fares… we’re down at quantity 46 for cellular underneath Montenegro, Sweden, and Hungary, and at quantity 9 for broadband. (Hey, not dangerous!) Solely three nations seem within the high 10 for each classes: Singapore, South Korea, and Iceland.