An interesting study about where in the world has the fastest Internet speeds was reported and Peter Wolchak recently wrote this article about it:
If you want to live in a city with really fast Internet, get ready for a long flight because you’re heading to South Korea. Akamai’s The State of the Internet study concluded that the cities of Taegu and Taejon had world-leading average bandwidth of a little better than 20 Mbps in the third quarter of 2011. San Jose, Calif., is the top city in the U.S. but 13th globally, with Amsterdam leading the European pack at number 33.
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Overall, cities in the Asia Pacific region held 65 of the top 100 spots.
Two Canadian cities made the list: Victoria, B.C., is at 82nd place with an average speed of 7.6 Mbps and Oakville, Ont., squeaked in at 97th place with 7.2 Mbps.
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