Dans son dernier rapport concernant les connexions haut débit, Akamai place la Tunisie dans une position très flatteuse. Et voici ce que probablement la TAP et MM escamoteront du rapport : « It is not clear what drove the double digit increases in broadband percentages during the second quarter — it could be related to localized consumption of content from the Beijing Olympic Games. If that is the case, then these three countries will likely not appear in the Broadband Top 10 list for the fourth quarter — we will re-examine their ranking in the next report. »

 
Les Tunisiens n’auront droit qu à ce beau tableau…

 

ADSL tunisie classement Akamai


 

Toujours est-il, voici le texte accompagnant ces chiffres :

 
Internationally, the percentage of connections to Akamai at speeds greater than 2 Mbps continues to be more clustered than the “high broadband” data, as it was in the second quarter as well. The cluster continues to tighten, with only 13% separating No. 1 Tunisia (97%) and No. 10 Denmark (84%) — the gap was 20% in the first quarter of 2008, and 15% in the second quarter of 2008. The United States dropped to No. 30 on the list, seeing a nearly 10% loss from the second quarter. five countries in the Broadband Top 10 also appear in the High Broadband Top 10 for the second quarter of 2008: South Korea, Japan, Hong Kong, Belgium and Denmark. This is down from seven countries in the second quarter.

Quarter-to-quarter changes for many of the countries on the list above were fairly modest. However, the three newcomers to the list (Tunisia, Oman and Monaco) all experienced significant growth in broadband percentages from the second quarter, placing them all on the Broadband Top 10 list. It is not clear what drove the double digit increases in broadband percentages during the second quarter — it could be related to localized consumption of content from the Beijing Olympic Games. If that is the case, then these three countries will likely not appear in the Broadband Top 10 list for the fourth quarter — we will re-examine their ranking in the next report.

 

ADSL tunisie classement Akamai


 

Astrubal, le 1er avril 2009
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