What is IOstatistics.com

Internet Speed Test

IOstatistics is a web service that mesure your internet speed,using IOstatistics.com website you can easly mesure you internet download,upload as well as you internet latency and ping,we also give you the public ip address of your Network and which ISP you are using,our service will do some upload and download testings to get the best possible results.

What is The Ping?

The ping is the reaction time of your connection–how fast you get a response after you've sent out a request. A fast ping means a more responsive connection, especially in applications where timing is everything (like video games). Ping is measured in milliseconds (ms).

What is The Download Speed?

The download speed is how fast you can pull data from the server to you. Most connections are designed to download much faster than they upload, since the majority of online activity, like loading web pages or streaming videos, consists of downloads. Download speed is measured in megabits per second (Mbps).

What is The Upload Speed?

The upload speed is how fast you send data from you to others. Uploading is necessary for sending big files via email, or in using video-chat to talk to someone else online (since you have to send your video feed to them). Upload speed is measured in megabits per second (Mbps).

What is public IP address?

A public IP address is the address that is assigned to a computing device to allow direct access over the Internet. A web server, email server and any server device directly accessible from the Internet are candidate for a public IP address. A public IP address is globally unique, and can only be assigned to a unique device. Your IP address show in IOstatistics.com is the address your modem or broadband device give you to access this webpage.

What is an ISP?

An Internet Service Provider (ISP) is the industry term for the company that is able to provide you with access to the Internet, typically from a computer. If you hear someone talking about the Internet and they mention their "provider," they're usually talking about their ISP.