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Netherlands still top in Europe with most homes passed by 50+Mbps

, published: November 2010
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Telecompaper has updated its research from last year showing the top ten countries with the highest percentage of households capable of broadband at 50Mbps or higher (percentage of homes passed). The Netherlands has been surpassed by three Asian countries (South Korea, Singapore and Hong Kong) and now ranks fourth globally, but remains the leader amongst European countries. Japan now ranks fifth. The last five include two newcomers from Eastern Europe, Slovenia and Estonia. The last country on the list, Estonia, has 72 percent of households able to receive internet speeds of 50 Mbps or more. Many other countries are also actively upgrading their networks, and the report shows that, in addition to the many fibre initiatives, cable continues to play an important role.

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