Like every month, Netflix publishes its ISP Speed Index, which measures the average speed of its streams by country and ISP. After a small general increase recorded in June, the speed stabilized in July for Free, Orange and Bouygues Telecom. In turn, the SFR loses speed during prime time.
Netflix’s redesigned ISP report for early 2021 makes it possible to compare SVOD service performance with each operator during prime time. It is not a general performance metric that includes other services/data circulating on the network of the ISP in question. The SVOD juggernaut has updated its French rankings. The first lesson, while Free, Orange and Bouygues Telecom stagnate, SFR TH shows a 0.2 Mbits/s reduction, enough to maintain first place, this time tied with Orange, SFR THD and Bouygues Telecom. Xavier Neill’s operator tops the rankings for the first time. Operators proposed a speed of 3.4 Mbits/s in July. As usual, SFR ADSL maintains the last position with a speed of 3.0 Mbits/s, down 0.2 Mbits/s. The gaps are again tight between the four players.
France has an average speed of 3.2 Mbits/s, as do South Africa, Argentina, Bolivia, Chile, Colombia, Costa Rica, Ecuador, Greece, Indonesia, Mexico, Peru, Poland, Taiwan, Turkey, Uruguay and Vietnam. (3.6 Mbits/s) recorded in Germany, Australia, Austria, Belgium, Brazil, Canada, South Korea, Denmark, Spain, United States, Finland, Hong Kong, Hungary, India, Ireland, Iceland, Israel, Italy, Japan. Luxembourg, Norway, New Zealand, Paraguay, Netherlands, Philippines, Portugal, Romania, United Kingdom, Singapore, Sweden, Switzerland, Thailand.
This article was taken from the Universe Freebox website
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