U.S. Ranks First in Connectivity

Okay, so the United States takes a lot of flack for ranking 15th in the world when it comes to broadband penetration.

But a new study by consultancy LECG, and sponsored by Nokia Siemens (although the findings are surprisingly objective), says it’s not so much penetration or speed that matters but how well countries link connectivity to economic growth.

Hmmm, an intriguing concept. To that end, the U.S. falls squarely in first place. Feels kinda good.


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