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An examination of the total data volume available from each of the world’s 10 countries shows that the United States has more than twice the data than any other country.
The United States had 6.05 gigabits of data per person, more than 10 times the number of people that had that amount of data in Canada.
Canada came in at a distant second with 1.85 gigabets per person.
This was followed by New Zealand with 1 gigabit per person and the United Kingdom with 0.9 gigabett per person per year.
The UK was also the world leader in gigabit broadband adoption with 7.75 gigabetts per person for the year ending in March 2018.
The US is the largest country in terms of broadband adoption by a country and the US is expected to be the fastest growing broadband market in the world by 2020, according to a new report.
The study by Digital News Network (DNN) shows that Australia’s data was the most efficient at delivering gigabit speeds to its citizens, followed by the US, Japan and China.
However, the United Arab Emirates, India, and Pakistan also saw significant data savings in the data portion of the data volume compared to other countries.
The data was also delivered faster than other countries in terms in terms, DNN said.
The report was published on Monday by DNN.
The average download speed of the top 10 countries in the report was 2.4Mbps.
The top 10 nations in the top ten countries in overall data volume were: Australia, Germany, UK, France, Netherlands, Brazil, United States, and Russia.
The total data was 7.3GB in Australia and 3.2GB in Germany, 7.5GB in France, and 7.7GB in the United Republic of Tanzania.
However the data in China was more than double the size of Australia’s total data and the country also had the highest data density of any country in the Top Ten list.
India also came in as the biggest data hub in the country with an average download of 2.8GB per capita per year, but the country had the most data available at just over 3 terabytes per capita, the study found.