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“I know that Croatia is a small country, but if we are talking about the average of the top 10, it is only the second-fastest country in the European Union after Finland,” said David Marston, CEO of Starlink, the world’s biggest internet service provider.
“Croatia is the only country in Europe where the average internet speed is 10 times the European average, and in fact, this is the case for all of the European countries except Ireland.”
According to Marston and his team, Croatia has the highest average internet speeds across the continent in all of Europe, and they claim that is due to its proximity to some of Europe’s biggest markets, like Dublin and Paris.
The country is also the fastest in the EU when it comes to internet speed.
In total, Croatia’s average internet service speeds are 2.2 times the average in the rest of the EU.
“Croatian internet is a bit like the UK’s internet, with the difference that the UK has an established and well-known infrastructure, while Croatia has none,” said Marston.
“There are two major reasons why Croatia has such an advantage over the UK, namely its close proximity to the EU and its lack of restrictive rules.”
It’s not just the country’s geographical location that allows it to excel in terms of internet speed: it’s also the way the country uses the internet to deliver its services.
While it’s not the first country in western Europe to take this approach, Croatia is also considered one of the fastest countries to get online in the world, according to the World Bank.
Marston’s company, which operates in over 100 countries, is responsible for delivering the services to its customers.
In addition to being the world leader in internet speed and internet connectivity, Marston also owns Starlink’s network, which includes broadband in more than 80 countries.
“In the past, there has been a lot of discussion around what’s possible with the internet and its ability to make a difference in people’s lives, but I think the reality is that this is actually a technology which is really quite simple to implement and to understand,” said Marcin Szczepanski, the president of StarLink’s business group.
“The speed of the internet is really, really important.
It really is, for instance, that the most popular websites are hosted on a server that’s running on the Internet.”
Starlink’s internet service is also widely used by millions of people in Croatia.
According to Marstons team, the majority of internet traffic goes through the network, while the rest is routed through other infrastructure such as mobile phones.
The company has also seen the success of the new ‘Internet of Things’ with smart thermostats, and now has plans to bring its internet service to other countries in the future.