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INFOGRAPHIC: How does Southeast Asia perform in the internet speed race?

New data shows that Singapore and Thailand offer some of the fastest net speeds in Southeast Asia

PUBLISHED : Tuesday, 22 April, 2014, 5:46pm
UPDATED : Friday, 02 May, 2014, 8:22pm


INFOGRAPHIC: How does Southeast Asia perform in the internet speed race?

A new infographic has revealed that Singapore is the king of internet speed in Southeast Asia, with speeds of 61 Mbps.

The graphic, released by data analysis company ASEAN DNA, shows that Thailand comes up second as the fastest internet hub in Southeast Asia, with speeds of 17.7 Mbps.

The region's average internet speed is currently 12.4 Mbps, slightly behind the average global speed of 17.5 Mbps.

China, the United States and Japan are both included on the graphic for compaison, and boast internet speeds of 18.3 Mbps, 22.3 Mbps and 41.7 Mbps respectively.


This article was originally reported by Tech in Asia and was edited and republished with permission.

Additional reporting by Jeremy Blum




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18.3 for China??? I can get 0.5 with luck and a good VPN:(
As far as my broadband service is concerned, PCCW cannot even reach the speeds available in the Philippines.
Although the data takes into account only the ASEAN nations and few developed countries, It would have been more interesting, if the inforgraphic had mentioned at least which country has the WORLD FASTEST Internet speed. For example in South Korea 100Mbps is average. But no idea whether any country has a faster connection.