According to BGR, the average U.S. Internet connection speed has tripled since 2011. That’s clearly great news for the vast majority of Americans who regularly surf the web at home, at the office, and on the go.
It’s not just the deployment of cutting-edge consumer technologies and the relentless (and ever more improbable) advance of Moore’s Law. Much of the seemingly miraculous growth in U.S. connection speeds — which, it must be said, remain slower than in most other advanced nations — is attributable to the proliferation of increasingly sophisticated data centers throughout North America. Read More