Before the Pacific Northwest digital farmer plants the first new domains of 2019,
At the start of the new year, the average download speed among 16 broadband service providers in Seattle was 43.72 Mbps. While this is 1.4% slower than the average rate across the state, it is 5.9% faster than the national average.
- 94.8% of Washingtonians have access to wired broadband 25mbps or faster.
- 92.3% of Washingtonians have access to broadband 100mbps or faster.
- 13.8% of Washingtonians have access to 1 gigabit broadband.
- 98.2% of Washingtonians have access to wireline service.
- 33.1% of Washingtonians have access to fiber-optic service.
- 90.9% of Washingtonians have access to cable service.
- 92.4% of Washingtonians have access to DSL service.
Approximately 9,000 people in King County do not yet have access to any provisioned wired Internet service.
The number of total Websites hosted in the Greater Seattle Area adds up as follows:
1. Seattle 61,920 sites
2. Kirkland 7,727 sites
3. Redmond 1,664 sites
4. Renton 1,326 sites
7. Bellevue 446 sites
The Top 15 Website IP addresses in the Greater Seattle Area by traffic are as follows:
Washington Net Infrastructure
Since 2010, Washington has been awarded $7,314,042 in federal grants for Washington’s Broadband Initiative.
Another $166,058,182, accounting for 4.8% of all federal infrastructure grants, was awarded to broadband infrastructure projects in the state.
Since 2011, access to a wired connection of at least 10mbps has improved from 90.4% to 97.2% of Washingtonians.
In higher education, University of Washington was named among the top 5 most innovative universities in the world by Reuters. The list ranks the educational institutions doing the most to advance science, invent new technologies and help drive the global economy.
UW was ranked No. 10 in US News Best Global Universities ranking; No. 2 among US public institutions
The National Weather Map
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Number of internet users in the United States: 312m
Number of available Wi-Fi locations in the U.S.: 152,069
Internet penetration in the U.S.: 76.18%
Percentage of mobile device website traffic in the U.S. as of Q3 2018: 42.79%
The Web’s Wide, Wide World
Thinking globally, as of January, 2019, 1.94 billion websites have been added to info.cern.ch, the first-ever Internet website, published on August 6, 1991.
The Google Chrome Web browser reigns supreme amongst users with 61.77% dominance. Other popular I
As of January 1, 2019, there were 4,100,667,287 internet users spanning the globe. This is compared to the 3.42 billion users recorded at the end of 2016. While North America makes up only 8.2% of all worldwide internet users, it has the highest penetration rate with 88.1% of its people using the Internet.
51.8% of all traffic on the Internet comes from bots. Only 48.2% of I