That’s according to the latest State of the Internet report from Akamai, which showed the U.S. smack in the middle with average speeds of 10.7 megabits per second (ranging from a high of 26 Mbps in the U.K. to 2.8 Mbps in Venezuela). In other results:
• Germany had the highest peak mobile connection speed at 200 Mbps in the first quarter.
• The global average connection speed was 7.2 Mbps (an increase of 15% year-over- year).
• The global average peak connection speed increased 28% year-over-year to 44.6 Mbps in the first quarter.
• Again, South Korea showed off the highest average connection speed globally at 28.6 Mbps in the first quarter.
• And Singapore had the highest peak connection speed at 184.5 Mbps in the first quarter.