Latency - August 2015

Latency within New Zealand on Fibre

Singapore IDA (The equivalent to NZ Commerce Commission) publish a series of charts showing the performance of Singapore ISPs using the almost the same measurement and analysis as TrueNet does in New Zealand.  

Latency is the measurement of how long it takes one packet to be sent to one of our test servers in Auckland (APE) or Wellington (WIX), and then returned back to you. This can effectively be thought of as the responsiveness of the connection between your home and our servers out on the Internet.  

List of Charts:

Auckland 3 Month Latency comparison

Auckland Time of Day comparison

Wellington 3 Month Latency Comparison
Wellington Time of Day comparison

We use a similar chart layout to that of Singapore to provide an international comparison.

Auckland Results

Chart 1: Auckland latency last 3 months (boldest column most recent)

Chart 2: Auckland, compares with Singapore style for Time of Day analysis (click on the Singapore chart to see this on a per-ISP basis)

Wellington Results

Chart 3: Wellington latency last 3 months (boldest column most recent)
Chart 4: Wellington, compares with Singapore style for Time of Day analysis (click on the Singapore chart to see this on a per-ISP basis)
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