International Latency - April 2016

International Latency Measurements on Fibre

Latency is the measurement of how long it takes a packet to be sent to one of our test servers  and then returned back to you. This can effectively be thought of as the responsiveness of the connection between your home and our servers on the Internet. International latency measurements are made to Sydney, Melbourne, Dallas USA, and England.

List of Charts:

Please Note: TrueNet is transitioning reporting by ISP group rather than Brand. From April 2016 results, Orcon results include all member brands of the Vocus group (e.g. Slingshot), and next month will be labelled only as "Vocus".

Australia: Sydney Results

Chart 1: Sydney latency for past 3 months (boldest most recent)

Chart 2: Sydney, Latency by Time of Day for April

Australia: Melbourne Results

Chart 3: Melbourne latency for past 3 months

Chart 4: Melbourne, Latency by Time of Day for April

USA Results (Dallas)

Chart 5: Dallas, USA latency for past 3 months

Chart 6: USA Latency by Time of Day for April

UK Results

Chart 7: UK latency for past 3 months

Chart 8: UK Latency by Time of Day for April

 

 

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