In a new report, the OECD gives highlights of its latest broadband numbers, saying that end-to-end fibre connections continue to increase their penetration and now account for about 9 percent of the total 251 million broadband subscribers in the 30 OECD countries. It also notes that FTTH is now the most popular Internet access technology in Japan and South Korea.

Some other interesting statistics:

* The average advertised DSL speed is 8803/1236Kbps compared to FTTH which is 79,562/62,755kbps

* Australia sits ninth with the average advertised speed by country with 12,130kbps

Read the OECD's press release, from which you can link to further information from the organization's latest study.


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