Type of connections to the internet

  • Dimensions

    • Information society indicator
      • E_IACC3G_10
      • E_IACC3G_20
      • E_IACC3G_5
      • Enterprises connecting to the internet via a mobile broadband connection (3G modem or 3G handset)
      • Enterprises connecting to the Internet via a mobile broadband connection (3G modem or 3G handset)
      • Enterprises connecting to the internet via a mobile connection (e.g. mobile phone, GPRS, UMTS, etc.)
      • Enterprises connecting to the Internet via a mobile connection (e.g. mobile phone, GPRS, UMTS, etc.
      • Enterprises connecting to the Internet via a mobile connection (e.g. mobile phone, GPRS, UMTS, etc.)
      • Enterprises connecting to the Internet via another fixed connection (e.g. cable etc.)
      • Enterprises connecting to the Internet via DSL
      • Enterprises connecting to the internet via mobile connection (broadband or other mobile connection)
      • Enterprises connecting to the Internet via mobile connection (broadband or other mobile connection)
      • Enterprises giving devices for a mobile connection to the Internet to more than 10% of their employees
      • Enterprises giving devices for a mobile connection to the Internet to more than 20% of their employees
      • Enterprises giving devices for a mobile connection to the Internet to more than 5% of their employees
      • Enterprises internet connection: fixed broadband access
      • Enterprises Internet connection: fixed broadband access
      • Enterprises internet connection type: another fixed connection (e.g. cable)
      • Enterprises Internet connection type: another fixed connection (e.g. cable)
      • Enterprises internet connection type: DSL
      • Enterprises Internet connection type: DSL
      • Enterprises use DSL or other fixed broadband connection (as of 2014)
      • Enterprises with broadband access (fixed or mobile)
      • Enterprises with (fixed) broadband access
      • Enterprises with persons employed provided with a portable device with at least 3G technology for accessing the Internet
      • The contracted download speed of the enterprise's fastest internet connection is at least 100 Mb/s
      • The contracted download speed of the enterprise's fastest internet connection is at least 10 Mb/s but less than 30 Mb/s
      • The contracted download speed of the enterprise's fastest internet connection is at least 2 Mb/s but less than 10 Mb/s
      • The contracted download speed of the enterprise's fastest internet connection is at least 30 Mb/s but less than 100 Mb/s
      • The contracted download speed of the enterprise's fastest internet connection is less than 2 Mb/s
      • The maximum contracted download speed of the fastest fixed internet connection is at least 100 Mb/s
      • The maximum contracted download speed of the fastest fixed internet connection is at least 10 Mb/s but less than 30 Mb/s
      • The maximum contracted download speed of the fastest fixed internet connection is at least 2 Mb/s but less than 10 Mb/s
      • The maximum contracted download speed of the fastest fixed internet connection is at least 30 Mb/s but less than 100 Mb/s
      • The maximum contracted download speed of the fastest fixed internet connection is less than 2 Mb/s
      • The speed of the fixed internet connection ([10-30[ Mb/s) is not sufficient for the actual needs of the enterprise
      • The speed of the fixed internet connection ([2-10[ Mb/s) is not sufficient for the actual needs of the enterprise
      • The speed of the fixed internet connection (at least 30 Mb/s) is not sufficient for the actual needs of the enterprise
      • The speed of the fixed internet connection (at least 30 Mb/s) is sufficient for the actual needs of the enterprise
      • The speed of the fixed internet connection is sufficient for the actual needs of the enterprise
    • Unit of measure
      • Percentage of enterprises
      • Percentage of enterprises using a fixed broadband connection
      • Percentage of the enterprises which use a computer
      • Percentage of the enterprises with internet access
      • Percentage of the enterprises with Internet access
    • Enterprise size and Nace Rev. 2
      • Accommodation (10 persons employed or more)
      • Administrative and support service activities (10 persons employed or more)
      • All enterprises (10 persons employed or more), without financial sector, which have internet access but do not use broadband
      • All enterprises (10 persons employed or more), without financial sector, which use broadband
      • All enterprises, without financial sector (10 persons employed or more)
      • All enterprises, without financial sector (10 persons employed or more) (for comparison with 2009)
      • Construction (10 persons employed or more)
      • Electricity, gas, steam, air conditioning and water supply (10 persons employed or more)
      • Financial and insurance activities (10 persons employed or more)
      • Food and beverage service activities (10 persons employed or more)
      • ICT sector (10 persons employed or more)
      • Information and communication (10 persons employed or more)
      • Large enterprises (250 persons employed or more), without financial sector
      • Large enterprises (250 persons employed or more), without financial sector (for comparison with 2009)
      • Manufacture of basic metals & fabricated metal products excluding machines & equipments (10 persons employed or more)
      • Manufacture of coke, refined petroleum, chemical & basic pharmaceutical products, rubber & plastics (10 persons employed or more)
      • Manufacture of coke, refined petroleum, chemical & basic pharmaceutical products, rubber & plastics, other non-metallic mineral products (10 persons employed or more)
      • Manufacture of computers, electric & optical products, electrical equipment, machinery & equipment n.e.c, motor vehicles, other transport equipment, furniture, other manufacturing, repair & installation of machinery & equipment (10 persons employed or more)
      • Manufacture of other non-metallic mineral products, basic metals & fabricated metal products excluding machines & equipments (10 persons employed or more)
      • Manufacture of products based on: food, beverages, tobacco, textile, leather, wood, pulp and paper; publishing and printing (10 persons employed or more)
      • Manufacturing (10 persons employed or more)
      • Medium enterprises (50-249 persons employed), without financial sector
      • Medium enterprises (50-249 persons employed), without financial sector (for comparison with 2009)
      • Micro enterprises (0-1 persons employed), without financial sector
      • Micro enterprises (1-4 persons employed), without financial sector
      • Micro enterprises (1-4 persons employed), without financial sector (for comparison with 2009)
      • Mini enterprises (2-9 persons employed), without financial sector
      • Mini enterprises (5-9 persons employed), without financial sector
      • Mini enterprises (5-9 persons employed), without financial sector (for comparison with 2009)
      • Professional, scientific and technical activities (10 persons employed or more)
      • Real estate activities (10 persons employed or more)
      • Retail trade, except of motor vehicles and motorcycles (10 persons employed or more)
      • Small enterprises (10-49 persons employed), without financial sector
      • Small enterprises (10-49 persons employed), without financial sector (for comparison with 2009)
      • SMEs (10-249 persons employed), without financial sector
      • SMEs (10-249 persons employed), without financial sector (for comparison with 2009)
      • Transportation and storage (10 persons employed or more)
      • Very small enterprises (0-9 persons employed), without financial sector
      • Very small enterprises (1-9 persons employed), without financial sector
      • Very small enterprises (1-9 persons employed), without financial sector (for comparison with 2009)
      • Very small enterprises (1-9 persons employed), without financial sector (for comparison with 2009)
      • Wholesale and retail trade; repair of motor vehicles and motorcycles (10 persons employed or more)
    • Geopolitical entity (reporting)
      • Austria
      • Belgium
      • Bulgaria
      • Croatia
      • Cyprus
      • Czech Republic
      • Denmark
      • Estonia
      • Euro area (EA11-2000, EA12-2006, EA13-2007, EA15-2008, EA16-2010, EA17)
      • Euro area (EA11-2000, EA12-2006, EA13-2007, EA15-2008, EA16-2010, EA17-2013, EA18)
      • Euro area (EA11-2000, EA12-2006, EA13-2007, EA15-2008, EA16-2010, EA17-2013, EA18-2014, EA19)
      • European Union (15 countries)
      • European Union (25 countries)
      • European Union (27 countries)
      • European Union (28 countries)
      • Finland
      • Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia, the
      • France
      • Germany (until 1990 former territory of the FRG)
      • Greece
      • Hungary
      • Iceland
      • Ireland
      • Italy
      • Latvia
      • Lithuania
      • Luxembourg
      • Malta
      • Netherlands
      • Norway
      • Poland
      • Portugal
      • Romania
      • Serbia
      • Slovakia
      • Slovenia
      • Spain
      • Sweden
      • Turkey
      • United Kingdom