India’s mobile Internet speed has been improving dramatically with each passing month in 2023 [REPORT]
India's average mobile internet speed is improving at an unprecedented rate. The average mobile Internet download speed in India was recorded at 30.96 Mbps in February 2023, according to the Speedtest Global Index. Out of 137 countries, India currently...
5G download speed in India is 16.5 times faster than 4G [REPORT]
The state of internet in India has slightly improved since the launch of 5G. Currently, Reliance Jio and Bharti Airtel are the only two telecom companies offering 5G services to tier-1 and tier-2 cities. Although 5G adoption is still...
India Records 87% Growth In Average Internet Speed in Q1 2017 [REPORT]
In India, the average internet speed is one of the major discussion points among the leaders of new digital India. In mid-2016, the United Nations passed a non-binding resolution proclaiming the internet as a basic human right. This is just...
India Records 99% Growth In Average Internet Speed In 2016: Clocks 5.6 Mbps [REPORT]
The average Internet speed in India has been doubled in the last year, clocking 5.6 Mbps in Q4 2016, according to the latest report from Akamai. The improving internet infrastructure in the country has helped India to gain a...
Global Internet Connection Speed Grew By 1.8% In Q1 2014: India And China Disappoint !
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The global internet average connection speed grew by 1.8% Q-O-Q to reach 3.9 mbps which is ready to surpass 4Mbps in Q2 2014. 9 of the top 10 countries that had qualified showed a quarterly increase with South Korea...
New Network Design Could Make the Internet 100 Times Faster
A group of MIT researchers has demonstrated a method of network topology that could render the Internet 100 or even 1,000 times faster than it is today. The “magic” behind the concept is to eliminate or reduce the most time-intensive part of data transmission, which involves converting an optical signal into an electrical signal for memory storage.
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From Unicorns to Thrift Warriors: How Indian Startups Slash Appraisals in a Battle for Survival
In the wake of the Covid-19 pandemic, Indian companies, particularly the much-celebrated startup unicorns, have found themselves caught in...
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