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Mbps

(MegaBits or MegaBytes per SECond) One million bits or bytes per second. Mbps is a measurement of peripheral data transfer or network transmission speed. The correct abbreviation is "b" for bits and "B" for bytes; however, "b" and "B" are often interchanged. See space/time, Kbps and Gbps.

Lower case "b" - Mbps, Mb/sec, Mb/s
Megabits per second is used to rate serial data transmission such as Ethernet and Wi-Fi.

Upper case "B" - MB/sec, MB/s
Megabytes per second is used to rate parallel data transfers such as from memory to disk.
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) Akamai Technologies reported in 2017 these average speeds: South Korea, 28.6 Mbps Norway, 23.5 Sweden, 22.5 Hong Kong, 21.9 Switzerland, 21.7 Finland, 20.5 Singapore, 20.3 Japan, 20.2 Denmark, 20.1 United States, 18.7 Netherlands, 17.4 Romania, 17.0 Czech Republic, 16.9 United Kingdom, 16.9 and Taiwan, 16.9.
Norway ranked first globally in terms of mobile Internet speed at 65.41 Mbps, followed by Canada at 64.42 Mbps and S.
In 2015, the Philippines had the lowest average connection speed among surveyed Asia-Pacific countries at 2.5 mbps.
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Singapore ranked first globally in terms of fixed broadband Internet speed at 197.50 Mbps, followed by Hong Kong at 172.67 Mbps and S.
Worldwide, average speeds rose from 6.96 Mbps in 2017 to 9.10 Mbps in 2018, according to the report.
Singapore remains the country with the fastest Internet connection speed where the average download speed is 60.39 Mbps. Singapore is followed by Sweden (46 Mbps) and Denmark (43.99 Mbps).
The world's busiest airport-and Delta's largest hub-Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta saw the largest one-year improvement in speed, jumping to 59.6 Mbps from 2.7 Mbps, according to the survey data.
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Service providers are seeing considerably more customers opt for higher broadband speeds than they did just one year ago, as shown in NTCA's annual "Broadband/Internet Availability Survey Report." In the 2015 report, the most popular speed among member customers, chosen by 31.2% of them, was 10-25 Mbps. Just 7.7% of customers subscribed to services at speeds above 25 Mbps.