International Latency - December 2015
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:
Note: Blank entry denotes service with insufficient data at present to report, e.g. Spark 100Mb/s.
Note: The sudden rise in 2Degrees Latency to Australian test points in the Time of Day graph is caused by a real change ocurring right in the middle of the month. This is a case where the Median differs from an average, as it is sensitive to big changes around the mid-point of the data set.Chart 1: Sydney latency for past 3 months (boldest most recent)
Chart 2: Sydney, Latency by Time of Day for December
Chart 3: Melbourne latency for past 3 months
Chart 4: Melbourne, Latency by Time of Day for December
Chart 6: USA Latency by Time of Day for December
Chart 8: UK Latency by Time of Day for December