penetration rate

penetration rate

[‚pen·ə′trā·shən ‚rāt]
(mechanical engineering)
The actual rate of penetration of drilling tools.
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15 with 54 million users for a penetration rate of 52 percent of the population.
Globe's aggressive fixed wireless home broadband strategy has pushed fast broadband connectivity to a greater number of Filipino households in the past two years, with the Philippine home broadband penetration rate hitting a milestone of 27% as of first quarter of 2019.
While the penetration rate is already good, it is still only a bit more than half of that in the Nordic countries, while much higher than that in Germany.
Peru is the seventh largest insurance market in Latin America, with a market penetration rate of approximately 1.8% in 2018, according to the ratings agency.
For 2017, the insurance penetration rate of the country settled at 1.3 percent, lower compared to the rates registered by our neighboring countries, with Indonesia at 2 percent and Malaysia at 3.6 percent, among others.
Bahrain is ranked 10th globally in mobile penetration rate (158.4pc), fifth globally in mobile broadband penetration rate (147.3pc) and third globally for the percentage of Internet users (98pc), according to the Global Competitiveness Report published by the World Economic Forum in October.
With cheaper internet packages now available, the Perak government said it will upgrade communication infrastructure facilities to boost the state broadband penetration rate statewide.
According to Hamburg-based research and information design firm Statista, the UAE has the highest mobile penetration rate in the world at 173 percent.
With 6.944mn mobile subscribers at end of 2017 in Oman, the sultanate averaged 1.5 mobile phones per person and a penetration rate of 152.3 per cent which is among the highest in the world.
Iran's ICT data indicates that the active mobile phone penetration rate in the country has reached 110.53 percent by March 2018, a 6 percent increase year-on-year.
According to Statista stats, the most popular social network was mobile messenger WhatsApp with a 73 per cent penetration rate, followed by YouTube at 71 per cent penetration rate, Facebook has a 66 per cent penetration rate while Instagram has 54 per cent and Twitter 52 per cent penetration rate as of third quarter of last year.
Further, the number of connected vehicles passing stationary detectors is, together with the total number of passing vehicles, used to estimate the penetration rate of connected vehicles.