? By 2023, CEE could have 2.0 billion devices/connections that are networked up from 1.2 billion in 2018.

? By 2023, CEE could have 2.0 billion devices/connections that are networked up from 1.2 billion in 2018.

? By 2023, CEE may have 48 % of most devices that are networked and 52 per cent will likely to be wired or connected over Wi-Fi.

? By 2023, CEE’s average fixed broadband speed will reach 87.7 Mbps, which represents 2.5-fold growth from 2018 (35.0 Mbps).

? By 2023, CEE’s average mobile connection rate will reach 43.0 Mbps, which represents 3.3-fold development from 2018 (12.9 Mbps).

? By 2023, CEE’s average Wi-Fi speeds from cellular devices will reach 53 Mbps, which represents growth that is 2.3-fold 2018 (22.6 Mbps).

? Latin America (LATAM)

? By 2023, LATAM could have 470 million online users (70 per cent of local populace), up from 387 million (60 % of local populace) in 2018.

? By 2023, LATAM could have 520 million users that are mobile % of local populace), up from 482 million (75 per cent of regional population) in 2018.

? By 2023, LATAM has 2.1 billion networked devices/connections, up from 1.4 billion in 2018.

? By 2023, LATAM could have 49 % of all of the networked products mobile-connected and 51 per cent are going to be wired or connected over Wi-Fi.

? By 2023, LATAM’s normal fixed broadband speed will reach 59.3 Mbps, which represents 3.8-fold development from 2018 (15.7 Mbps).

? By 2023, LATAM’s average mobile connection rate will reach 35.0 Mbps, which represents 3.6-fold growth from 2018 (10.6 Mbps).

? By 2023, LATAM’s typical Wi-Fi speeds from cellular devices will reach 28.8 Mbps, which represents growth that is 3.6-fold 2018 (8.0 Mbps).

? Middle East and Africa (MEA)

? By 2023, MEA could have 611 million online users (35 per cent of local populace), up from 381 million (24 per cent of local populace) in 2018.

? By 2023, MEA could have 1.0 billion mobile users (57 % of local populace), up from 827 million (53 percent of local populace) in 2018. […]