Numion homepage Measure your speed Measure your website Measure the time it takes to download any page on the internet. A collection of bandwidth calculators. SiteSpeed statistics for this website Copyright 2005 J.C. Kessels Goto Numion homepage Frequently asked questions Interesting Links Contact page, to report a problem or ask a question Copyright 2005 J.C. Kessels


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Measure your speed    Measure your website
  
How fast can you really surf? Measure your true internet throughput. Very easy to use, no installation necessary.    Do you have a homepage? Install this free program and get very useful and interesting statistics.

 * Calculators
A collection of bandwidth calculators. Input some parameters and see how much bandwidth you need, or what can you do with what you've got.
 * Stopwatch
A small utility that can measure the time it takes to download any page on the internet. It saves you the effort of finding a stopwatch.
 * Traceroute
See the network route from the Numion server to you.
 * Frequently asked questions
Questions and answers about the speed of the internet. Also included is a glossary of technical terms in relation to speed and throughput.
 * Interesting Links
A list of interesting links about things to do with the speed of the internet.
 * Support
Have you noticed a problem, or do you have a question or a suggestion for an improvement? Please let me know, I appreciate it!


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      Kim Komando, America's Digital Goddess
22 januari 2004

Numion One of the most accurate internet connection speed testing sites. --1do3.com

Numion.com's Your Speed Web-surfing test is ingeniously elegant. It's fast, easy to execute, and it probably provides a better sense of what your real-world surfing data-transfer rates are than any test I've tried. --Scotís Newsletter Link of the week, September 26, 2002 - Vol. 2, Issue No. 32

A very unusual and interesting approach to measuring surfing speed. --Langa.com

I have used all of the various speed tests out there - from cnet to pcpitstop to bandwidthplace to dslreports - and yours is simply the best. --Kerry Greene