South Korea is the fastest Internet country in the world and will be a lot faster, with 5G to be commercialized in the next 6 years. According to Internet research firm Akamai, South Korea holds 40 percent of the average connection speed. The 5G project is just one of a series of long-term initiatives designed to ensure the Korean Internet is in continuous development.
But how does a nation the size of Indiana, between Japan and China, two modern technological powers, achieve an Internet speed record that cannot be beat? And why can’t any other country in the world be able to reach such a rate? There have been many answers being searched.
What makes Korea different and besides is the long-term effort and pursuit to build a great system. that may be the reason for always moving to achieve Korean-level Internet speeds in the near future.
Today, thanks to government education and infrastructure initiatives, about 84 percent of the Korean population has access to the Internet. This promotes more creativity. Strong and timely Internet policies have made a perfect start and these policies are continuing to take off.
These policies ensure very few obstacles to new Internet service providers. This promotes a competitive environment. With the standards of freedom in place.
Population density is not noticeable if closed, but it is possible to deploy high-speed Internet easily. Given the densely populated population of South Korea in urban condominiums, it is more like connecting connections between apartment blocks than building a road.
The proximity of the apartment will significantly reduce infrastructure costs and “simplify network development” – as the Telecommunications Union once said.