Denmark ranks 2nd in new world forecast on broadband connections  

2004.10.14
A new report by Research and Markets forecasts that 25.4% of Danes will subscribe to broadband internet connections in 2007

A new report by the Irish company Research and Markets forecasts that 25.4% of Danes will subscribe to broadband internet connections in 2007, a percentage only surpassed by Japan where the estimate is 28.1%. After Denmark comes South Korea (25.2%) followed by Hong Kong (23.2%) and Canada (22.4%). According to the Ministry of Science, Technology and Innovation, Denmark's actual current position on the global ranking is third.

 

Measurements show that for each broadband subscriber there are 2-3 users. Research and Markets therefore expects a total of up to 500 million broadband users in 2007.

 

Overall Asia is the leading region regarding the number of subscriptions for broadband connections. At the beginning of 2005, 56.6 million Asian homes are expected to have broadband. In North America the corresponding estimate is 37.7 million with Europe on 28.7 million. Latin America is far behind on 2.3 million. The news is reported by ComputerWorld.

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