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Neilson Media Research (US)
It is a current study of the broadband and dial-up usage in the United
States. According to these studies, about 39 million Americans have a
broadband access while 69.5 million have a dial-up access. The figures
are for May 2003 and 2002. For a detailed report, please visit
Neilson Media Research (US & Country Wide)
Here is another study by Nielson Media Research conducted in August 2003
According to this study, ?As of August 2003, most users in the US
connect to the Internet using dial-up modems of 56Kbps or less. 50.3%
use 56Kbps modems, 7.9% use 28/33.3Kbps, and 2.9% use 14.4Kbps modems.
In total, 61.1% of home users in the US connect to the Internet at
56Kbps or less.?
Neilson Media Research (US, Global & Country Wide)
Here is a study by Neilson Media Research for global broadband access.
(Please scroll down to review the global statistics).
According to the research, ?Worldwide, about one in every ten Internet
subscribers has a broadband connection (10.7%). Globally, the type of
broadband access is dominated by DSL, which is 20% more popular than
cable. Of broadband users connected to the Internet, 59% use DSL while
39% use cable. DSL is more common in Asia and Europe, while cable is
more popular in the Americas.?
OTHER USEFUL ARTICLES
This is an overview of the same study (above) by Neilson Media Ratings
for broadband access in Aug 2003, but in a brief and compact version.
Here you will find links to the best websites on the web for internet statistics.
Other Studies on Broadband Access
These studies reveal broadband access in 2000 and 2005 (projected).
Surprising Internet Statistics
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