Mobile Web Access Is Nearly 30% Faster Since 2012

google-g-logo-2012After publishing a study last year that measured the speed of websites around the world, Google compared recent Site Speed data to the 2012 data to determine if the Web is getting any faster.

While numerous improvements have been made to the core infrastructure of the Internet, there has not been a significant change in speed for desktops because of the increasing size of webpages. Since 2012, Google reports webpage sizes have increased by over 56 percent.

In contrast to desktops, mobile access speeds have increased approximately 30 percent compared to 2012 with the addition of several LTE/4G deployments and increased processing power on mobile devices.

Google Site Speed

Related Topics: Analytics | Channel: Analytics | Google: Analytics | Google: Mobile | Statistics | Statistics: General | Statistics: Web Browsers

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