Recently, the well-known network speed measurement software Speedtest released a set of data, including the fixed broadband and mobile network speed rankings of various countries and regions around the world as of April 2020.
First, in terms of mobile networks, South Korea topped the list with an average download speed of 88.01 Mbps, followed by Qatar (84.81 Mbps), and China ranked third in the world with an average download speed of 78.56 Mbps. The fourth to tenth places are: UAE, Netherlands, Canada, Bulgaria, Norway, Australia and Saudi Arabia.
In terms of fixed broadband, Singapore topped the list with a download speed of 198.46 Mbps, an upload speed of 207.17 Mbps, and a delay of 12 ms; Hong Kong, China ranked second with a download speed of 176.70 Mbps, an upload rate of 172.96 Mbps, and a delay of 15 ms. In addition, Thailand ranks third, Switzerland and Romania rank fourth and fifth, respectively; the countries and regions from sixth to tenth are Monaco, Andorra, Macau, Sweden, Denmark.
The data of this study is beyond my usual cognition, how about you?