Want fast ? Well you have to move then. South Korea is positioning itself to introduce 10Gbps fiber service. SK Broadband will introduce its new 10 gigabit per second Internet service at a conference of the International Telecommunications Union.
With the latest advances in broadband technology coming mostly from Asian countries like Japan and South Korea, citizens of both countries are proud of the fact they are way ahead of the United States. SK Broadband says its 10Gbps will be 100 times faster than Korea's current average broadband speed of 100Mbps. Downloading a 1GB file takes 80 seconds with Korea's average broadband connection today. SK's new 10Gbps service will download the same file in 0.8 seconds.