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The World Economic Forum has issued their Global Information Technology Report, which provides an analysis of the network infrastructures of 133 countries. Here’s the Executive Summary.

It ranks Sweden, Singapore, Denmark and Switzerland as the most networked countries in the world. The U.S. came in fifth place. For broadband adoption, the U.S. only ranks 22nd in the world.

The U.S. still ranks first when it comes to IT usage in business, and fourth for IT usage in government.

On an individual level, however, the U.S. lags behind many other countries, mainly due to the low mobile subscription penetration rate – where the U.S. only ranks 72nd in the world.

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