Uruguay: la mejor conexión a Internet de América
|- 197% de aumento de velocidad promedio de acceso a Internet de la población con respecto al año anterior (2013).||- 225% de aumento promedio en cuanto a las velocidades |
máximas de acceso con respecto al año anterior (2013).
- El estudio además pretende clasificar a los países de acuerdo a la conectividad y la capacidad de su red para visualizar contenidos 4K (lo que se conoce hoy en día como "Ultra HD", con anchos de banda requeridos que oscilan entre 10 y 20 Mbps). Uruguay figura allí como el país mejor posicionado de LATAM.
Algunos extractos del informe:
Global Average connection speeds “… On a global basis, yearly increases were seen in 136 qualifying countries/regions, with growth rates ranging from more than 100% in Uruguay (up 197% to 5.6 Mbps), Argentina (up 111% to 4.2 Mbps), Algeria (up 110% to 2.0 Mbps), Sudan (up 108% to 4.4 Mbps) and Bangladesh (up 108% to 1.9 Mbps) down to just 1.2% in the United Arab Emirates (to 4.6 Mbps).”…
Global Average peak connection speeds “… Looking across all of the qualifying countries/regions, a total of 125 saw average peak connection speeds grow during the past year, with increases ranging from a scant 0.1% in Lebanon (to 14.2 Mbps) to an impressive 225% in Uruguay (to 49.7 Mbps).”
Global High Broadband Connectivity “Among the other 62 qualifying countries/regions, year over-year increases ranged from Japan’s 24% to a massive 14917% in Uruguay, which also experienced very strong growth across multiple metrics in the second quarter as well as prior quarters over the last year.”
Global 4K readiness: “… Year-over-year, the global 4k readiness rate has nearly doubled, growing 98%. Among the top 10 countries/regions, it more than doubled in five countries, with Romania seeing the biggest increase, at 281%. Across all of the qualifying countries/regions, Uruguay far and away saw the largest year-over-year change, growing nearly 30,000% to 3.9% 4k readiness.
Americas Average Peak Connection Speeds “… Uruguay maintained its solid lead ahead of the United States, with an average peak connection speed just shy of 50 Mbps.”
”…From a year-over-year perspective, the largest growth was seen in Uruguay, which was up 225% from the second quarter of 2013. This impressive growth was much larger than that seen in any of the other countries, with Argentina’s 63% increase the next biggest.”
Americas Broadband connectivity “… Year-over-year changes across the qualifying Americas countries were all positive in the second quarter, with Uruguay seeing the largest increase for this metric as well, growing 3,455% over the past year.”