Since 2008 Akamai publishes its quarterly State of the Internet Report, with information on online connectivity and cyber security trends and metrics, such as connection speeds, broadband adoption, mobile usage, outages, cyber attacks and security threats. It also offers connectivity visualizations.
ESCAP is a regional UN commission that provides access to an interactive online database with economic and social indicators for countries in the Asia-Pacific region, regional-level data, and comparisons with other world regions. Among the "Connectivity" indicators provided are:
The FCC generates large amounts of data and publications.
Internet Monitor is a research project based at Harvard University's Berkman Center for Internet & Society. Internet Monitor's aim is to evaluate, describe, and summarize the means, mechanisms, and extent of Internet content controls and Internet activity around the world. The project helps researchers, advocates, policymakers, and user communities understand trends in Internet health and activity through research, analysis, and data visualization.
Internet Monitor has three components:
Part of the Arab Jordan Investment Bank Group, this research, analysis and consulting company focuses on the communications, media, technology and financial markets throughout the Arab World (MENA) region. It produces (and sells, only a few are offered for free) numerous reports on the Internet, on online social networks, and on digital media.
This UN agency is a rich source of data about the Internet—the full catalogue of publications can be found here} (http://www.itu.int/dms_pub/itu-s/opb/gen/S-GEN-CAT.OL-2015-PDF-E.pdf). It publishes its yearly report [ICT Facts and Figures with information on Internet users, access, broadband and mobile, pricing, and speed, plus the Yearbook of Statistics.
This initiative of the European Commission tracks the progress of EU member countries (plus Iceland, Norway, and Turkey) towards a series of goals related to digitization. It organizes the data around a set of areas—connectivity, human capital, use of Internet, integration of digital technology, digital public service, and research and development—and there are reports for each.
The Swedish Post and Telecoms Authority publishes, since 1998, a wide range reports on the state of the Internet in Sweden, covering issues such as broadband, internet security, policy, IPv6 deployment, infrastructure, etc.