Tuesday, 20 May 2008

OECD publishes broadband statistics december 2007

The much debated OECD broadband statistics have been published again. The stats portal is here. They also published a paper on broadband policies, which I hope to give a separate blog post.

Australians will again say that they're rubbish (biggest drop), USA will not know what to say (they remained equal), Luxembourg will say that their broadband policies work (biggest rise, probably because they installed 1 DSLAM in their country) Weirdly enough Korea dropped 3 places... but that can probably be attributed to the fact that the top has become very competitive. (I would like to see the OECD statistics not only on a per 100 basis, but also percentage of households connected)


Junedec-07Up or down?
Denmark110
Netherlands220
Iceland633
Norway541
Switzerland35-2
Finland761
Korea47-3
Sweden880
Luxembourg1495
Canada910-1
United Kingdom11110
Belgium1012-2
France13130
Germany17143
United States15150
Australia1216-4
Japan1617-1
Austria18180
New Zealand20191
Ireland22202
Spain1921-2
Italy2122-1
Czech Republic24231
Portugal2324-1
Hungary25250
Greece27261
Poland2627-1
Slovak Republic28280
Turkey29290
Mexico30300

I've also updated my motion chart (unfortunately Google hasn't yet updated motion charts)

1 comment:

  1. Brilliant use of Google Motion Charts

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