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fiber optic cables are the first to replace optical cables and become the most dominant fixed broadband technology

Time:2022-07-26 Views:134
In 38 countries, fiber optic cables are the first to replace optical cables and become the most dominant fixed broadband technology. According to the latest statistics from the OECD (OECD), as of December 2021, the number of fiber subscribers in 38 countries has grown by 18.6%, much higher than cable TV (currently 32.4%), while the number of DSL subscribers has reached 27% and is declining.  
 In 2021, the number of mobile phone users fell from 2020 to 15%, but it still increased by 79% in the three years by the end of 2021.  
 OECD users use an average of 8.4 GB of data per month, but this varies greatly from country to country. Finland has the highest number of users at 36.7 GB per month, followed by Latvia (29.7 GB), Austria (26.4 GB) and Mexico (Slovak Republic) at just 4 GB.  
 Although the penetration rate of mobile broadband users is high, there is still a significant increase of 5.5% in this number in 2021. Japan, Estonia, the United States, and Finland have the highest rates of mobile broadband usage. To date, Iceland is far ahead in the field of M2M communications, with 317 M2M SIM cards for every 100 inhabitants. Vodafone Iceland has provided a large number of M2M subscribers to pharmaceutical companies worldwide to provide vaccines for the novel coronavirus, which has also led to a large amount of data in this field. In addition, Sweden, Austria, Norway and Germany also have the highest per capita use of M2M SIM cards. Overall, in countries with data, M2M/all-in-one mobile phone users grew by 16% last year (58 million new users).