BSNL activates new speed test hosting server, capable of measuring connection speeds up to 100Mbps

By February 6th, 2015 AT 4:14 PM

Bharat Sanchar Nigam Ltd. Has the largest wired broadband market share in India. The internet backbone provides broadband connectivity to maximum rural areas as well as semi-urban and urban regions in India. BSNL has activated a new speed test hosting server on speedtest.net, the server is based in Bangalore. Multiprotocol label switching(MPLS) Network operating system(NOC) has reported that this server is capable of measuring connection speeds up to 100 Mbps. The national broadband average speed in India are 2 Mbps in comparison the national average broadband speed of South Korea is 24.6 Mbps and that of Singapore is 10.4 Mbps.

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BSNL has activated a new speed test hosting server on speedtest.net, the server is based in Bangalore. Multiprotocol label switching(MPLS) Network operating system(NOC) has reported that this server is capable of measuring connection speeds up to 100 Mbps.

As reported earlier by us, Reliance Jio has also launched its own servers for hosting speed tests on speedtest.net Jio’s server is based in Mumbai and is currently live. As more and more operators lay down fibre under the National Optical Fibre Network (NOFN) project funded by Universal Service Obligation Fund, we will be witnessing the dawn of Digital India.

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Pooja
Pooja

Servers being being hosted play a major role and sometimes misguide users regarding their data speeds. For example on Airtel’s server I get a speed of only 3 mbps on Idea but the same on Vodafone’s server gives me 8 mbps. Don’t know which should be believed. 🙁

Nidhi Razdan
Nidhi Razdan

Even I have noticed the same most of the time. But I’m happy with my service provider.

Sudhakar
Sudhakar

Download a file of 100 MB using http method. Then see the actual speed that you are getting.

Ramarao
Ramarao

@ Sudhakar, 100 % agree..We cant get 1 Mbps connection , what is point of testing 100 Mbps? TT homepage has become bigger, but relevance/quality of articles has down.

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