With over user 2000mill network of Internet users Continues to increase. The Fastest Growing Sectors on the Internet are social media and e-commerce.

      Advancement and Growth of the        Internet

The General Assembly of the United Nations has declared Internet access a human right to be a tool that supports the growth and progress of society as a whole. Internet use is becoming an essential tool for freedom of expression. More than a possibility of communication, is becoming a necessity due to the period of globalization which we live today.

Internet has evolved in recent years towards a more social web, but even more has changed the habits of Internet users. To understand the current use we make of the web, publish relevant data from various network status. Internet in the world.advancement and growth of the internet

A third of the world population is surfer (2,000 million Internet users in the world). On average, a surfer spends 22 hours per month online. There are 255 million web pages (one in eight Internet users.) There are 2,900 million email accounts. To access the Internet is still prefers the desktop, followed by the laptop and smartphone. The fastest growing sectors on the Internet are social media and e-commerce.
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The geographical area with greater access to Internet, North America, where 77.4% of people surfing the Net. It follows Oceania, with a penetration of 61.3%, followed by Europe with 58.4% and Latin America and the Caribbean with 34.5%. Inland areas more "backward" in internet access in the world is the Middle East with 29.8% of the navigator, Asia and Africa with 21.5% with 10.9% of the population with internet access. In North America (Bermuda, Canada, Iceland, Mr Pierre & Miquelon, United States) were estimated 347,394,870 people, of which 272,066,000 are Internet users. In that area has the highest Internet penetration in the world (78.3%). Thirteen hundred Internet users around the world are Americans. In North America, Iceland has the highest Internet penetration. Of its estimated 52.000 57.670 inhabitants were Internet users (90.2%). In addition, the Canadian Internet penetration (79.2%) than the U.S. (78.2%).

In Latin America, the largest number of Internet users are concentrated in Brazil (75.982 million) and Mexico (34.900). [2] In contrast, the highest Internet penetration in the region occurs in Argentina (66%) and Uruguay (56.1% ). Internet penetration in Mexico (30.7%) is below the regional average (36.2%) and only 0.5% is above the world average (30.2%). In addition to Argentina and Uruguay, the Internet penetration is higher than that observed in Mexico in the following countries in the region: Brazil (37.4%), Chile (54.8%), Colombia (50.4%), Costa Rica (43.7%), Dominican Republic (41.3%), Peru (31.3%), Puerto Rico (37.3%) and Venezuela (37.7%). advancement and growth of the internet

Internet on mobile phones.

The number of mobile subscriptions also reached the symbolic threshold of five million dollars, according to telecommunications agency of the UN. In early 2000 there were only 500 million mobile subscriptions worldwide and 250 million Internet users earlier this year 2011 those numbers have increased more than five million mobile users and two billion subscribers to the Internet Fifty-seven percent of users are in developing countries, three years after the ITU reported that Internet use did not reach the developed nations.

Total of 2011 according to data
  Use email 107,000,000,000,000 - The number of emails sent over the Internet in 2010. 294 000 000 000 - Average number of emails per day. 1880000000 - The number of users around the world via email. 480 000 000 - New email users since last year. 89.1% - The percentage of emails that were spam. 262 000 000 000 - The number of spam emails per day (assuming 89% are spam). 2900000000 - The number of accounts worldwide via email. 25% - Percentage of email accounts that are companies.

Page on the Internet

255 million  - The number of sites from December 2010. 21400000 -

Web Servers
Added  sites in 2010 39.1% - Growth in the number of Apache websites in 2010. 15.3% - Growth in the number of IIS websites in 2010. 4.1% - Growth in the number of nginx web sites in 2010. 5.8% - Growth in the number of Google GWS websites in 2010. 55.7% - Growth in the number of Lighttpd websites in 2010. 152 million blogs - The number of 1.2 million blogs online edition of Editors of 11 million items per month 88800000 - domain names. COM at the end of 2010. 84% - Percentage of Internet users watch videos online (USA). 2 billion - The number of videos viewed daily on YouTube. 3 + billion - Photos uploaded per month on Facebook. 25 billion - Number of tweets posted on Twitter
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Connection speed of the cities with greater bandwidth.
 In the fourth quarter of 2010, analysis of the report of the 100 fastest cities around the world, based on average connection speeds, reflected the following:
Asian cities dominate the list, which includes 60 cities in Japan and 16 cities in South Korea Constanta, Romania continues to be the fastest city in Europe (# 56 of 100) Only 8 cities in the U.S. . in the list, Riverside, CA ranking as the fastest U.S. city (# 77 of 100)traffic news

Internet by gender

 The gender gap continues to decline, with men and women now separated only by two percentage points (74% of men are Internet users, and women account for 72%), compared to nine percentage points for 3 years (64% male vs. 55% women). Women participate in social networks than men (63% of women Internet users compared to 57% of male Internet users). Women spend 30% more time on these sites than men, the use of Mobile social network is 55% female. Men have more confidence in their technology skills than women. 31% of women report being nervous when the use of technologies as they "might break something," compared with 16% of men. advancement and growth of the internet

Internet use in the EEUU.
22.5 percent: Social networks and blogs • 9.8 percent: online games • 7.6 percent: e-mail • 4.4 percent of videos and movies • 4 percent: search • 3.3 percent: Messaging Instant • 2.9 percent: classifieds / auctions • 2.6 percent: news and current events

Top Online Languages

    English (31.2% of world total) … 365.9 million users (up 158% since 2002)
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    Chinese (15.7%) … 184 million (up 470%)
    Spanish (8.7%) … 101.5 million (up 311%)
    Japanese (7.4%) … 86.3 million (up 83%)
    French (5%) … 59.2 million (up 385%)
    German (5%) … 59 million (up 113%)
    Portuguese (4%) … 47.3 million (up 525%)
    Korean (2.9%) … 34.1 million (up 79%)
    Italian (2.7%) … 31.5 million (up 139%)
    Arabic (2.5%) … 28.8 million (up 941%)

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 Internet use in Europe
  In Europe were estimated 816,426,346 people, of which 476,213,935 are Internet users. Internet penetration in Europe is one of the highest in the world (58.3%). Based on the study of Internet use by the European Commission which analyzes the use of Internet in the homes of the 27 member countries of the European Union, we have taken these 15 conclusions about the current use of Internet in Europe.

1. 70% of European households have Internet access. 2. Netherlands, Luxembourg, Sweden and Denmark, in that order, the European countries most widely used Internet (between 91% and 86% of households.)

3. By contrast, Bulgaria, Romania, Turkey and Greece are, in that order, the European countries where fewer people have access to the Internet (between 33% and 46% of households.)

4. 90% of European Internet users send emails.

5. Romania is the country that has increased the use of Internet in recent years, tripling the number of households with Internet access compared to 2006 (from 14% to 42%.)

6. The average European Internet access increases in homes with children: 84% vs. 65%.

7. 99% of households with children in the Netherlands and Finland have Internet.

8. The young Europeans between 16 and 24 are the most Internet consumers (91% send emails and 80% participate in a social network.)

9. The largest (55 to 74 years) more active in social networks and blogs are, in order, from: Portugal, Poland, Lithuania and Hungary.

10. The highest send the most emails are, in order, of Holland, Belgium, Denmark and Hungary.

11. Young people more active in social networks and blogs are, in order, of: Poland, Portugal, Slovenia and Sweden.
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