In the Akamai Study below, Virginia was rated as having fastest Internet speed in USA

http://www.cnet.com/news/what-us-state-has-the-fastest-internet-speed-virginia/

http://www.akamai.com/dl/akamai/akamai-soti-q114.pdf

QUOTE: If you’re looking for the fastest Internet service in the US, you should pack your bags for Virginia. With an average of 13.7 megabits per second, Virginia tops the country for the speediest Internet access, according to Broadview Networks.¬† Broadview Networks created a map (seen above) that shows which states have the fastest Internet service and which ones lag. The cloud services provider got the data from Akamai’s “State of the Internet” report (PDF) released in June.

1 Virginia 13.7 -4.3% 30%
2 Delaware 13.1 6.3% 18%
3 Massachusetts 13.1 2.6% 22%
4 Rhode Island 12.9 11% 35%
5 District Of Columbia 12.8 5.0% 18%
6 Washington 12.5 8.5% 29%
7 New Hampshire 12.3 4.0% 6.0%
8 Utah 12.1 6.0% 17%
9 Michigan 11.8 13% 42%
10 Connecticut 11.7 7.2% 18%

WORLD’S FASTEST SPEEDS: Akamai’s report also looks at Internet speeds around the world. The country with the fastest service is South Korea with an average of 23.6 Mbps. In second place, and far behind South Korea, is Japan with an average of 14.6 Mbps. How does the US rank overall worldwide? It’s No. 10 with an average of 10.5 Mbps.