Fastest Internet Speed
Internet speed is measured in kilobits per second (Kbps) or megabits per second (Mbps). Generally, higher speed services attract higher monthly rental fees. Data will only travel as fast as the medium allows, but how much data you can transfer per second is bandwidth. The bandwidth you can get is only limited by your budget. How much do you want to pay? Some of the sites claim that users can increase the web browsing speed by using their Booster, Accelerators, or some programs such as Download Managers.
Internet connections are fastest in South Korea. South Korea boasts the world's highest average connection speed at 17.5 Megabytes per second. Japan had the second highest average connection speed of 10.7 Mbps. South Korea has six of the top ten fastest cities in Asia, all with average speeds above 15 Mbps. In South Korea, 74 percent of Internet connections were high broadband, the world's top rate, while the figure was 60 percent in Japan, followed by Hong Kong with 46 percent. Hong Kong’s mix of private and state financed broadband systems have achieved 9.1 Mbps average speeds. South Korea has also had superfast fibre optic broadband as standard for many years, as well as 47.9 Mbps averages for Seoul. Asia, thanks to the growing number of fiber-based broadband connections in countries like China, Japan and South Korea accounts for 59 of the top 100 fastest cities in the world.
Fiber-optic communication is a method of transmitting information from one place to another by sending pulses of light through an optical fiber. Google Fiber is a project to build an experimental broadband internet network infrastructure using fiber-optic communication. Google Fiber starts with a connection speed 100 times faster than today's broadband. Fiber is the future and makes way for awesome speeds, its just really expensive. The good news is that local communities are now trying to trying to find other ways to bring higher speed internet at affordable rates.
JAXA (Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency) performed a verification of regenerative switching functions between an ultra small-size user terminal and a high-speed small ground station (1.2 m diameter antenna) using the onboard multi-beam antenna of KIZUNA, and confirmed that Internet protocol communications with a transmission speed of 155 Mbps were successfully performed.
KIZUNA is equipped with multi-beam antennas, one for Japan and neighboring countries and another for the Asia-Pacific Internet region.