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Landlocked countries Compared by Media > Internet > Hosts

DEFINITION: This entry lists the number of Internet hosts available within a country. An Internet host is a computer connected directly to the Internet; normally an Internet Service Provider's (ISP) computer is a host. Internet users may use either a hard-wired terminal, at an institution with a mainframe computer connected directly to the Internet, or may connect remotely by way of a modem via telephone line, cable, or satellite to the Internet Service Provider's host computer. The number of hosts is one indicator of the extent of Internet connectivity.

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# COUNTRY AMOUNT DATE GRAPH HISTORY
1 Switzerland 3.44 million 2008
2 Austria 2.81 million 2008
3 Czech Republic 2.43 million 2008
4 Hungary 1.88 million 2008
5 Slovakia 717,744 2008
6 Moldova 223,869 2008
7 Luxembourg 180,756 2008
8 Bolivia 68,428 2008
9 Belarus 68,118 2008
10 Kyrgyzstan 56,905 2008
11 Nepal 42,219 2008
12 Uzbekistan 38,183 2008
13 Kazakhstan 36,417 2008
14 Armenia 26,081 2008
15 Andorra 23,368 2008
16 Paraguay 19,691 2008
17 Zimbabwe 19,157 2008
18 Bhutan 9,046 2008
19 Liechtenstein 7,639 2008
20 Zambia 7,610 2008
21 Azerbaijan 6,995 2008
22 San Marino 6,665 2008
23 Botswana 6,374 2008
24 Swaziland 2,582 2008
25 Rwanda 2,363 2008
26 Tajikistan 1,158 2008
27 Uganda 1,090 2008
28 Laos 1,015 2008
29 Turkmenistan 640 2008
30 Mali 387 2008
31 Mongolia 356 2008
32 Niger 216 2008
33 Burundi 162 2008
34 Ethiopia 128 2008
35 Burkina Faso 116 2008
36 Malawi 107 2008
37 Lesotho 83 2008
38 Holy See (Vatican City) 55 2008
39 Afghanistan 31 2008
40 Central African Republic 21 2008
41 Chad 5 2008

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