Depends on where you are from. However I'd say for the majority of the world that speed is extremely "slow" compared to the average. I believe the US average is still around 5Mbps - an ample amount for downloading and streaming but at 1.787MBps you are looking at roughly 227KB/s download - something that would suggest you are on the lowest priced plan from whatever internet provider you have. With today's internet of streaming and downloading this is far below recommended speeds.
I work for an IT services provider and this is the fantastic speed of our VPN's:
These are actually much quicker than usual, if I repeat the test on friday when near enough everyone is working from home and connecting in via the VPN then it drops to dial up speed, the upload remains fairly decent though.
My actual connection is this so it shows what a bottleneck the above are:
Lovely Virgin Media! We actually pay for 120Mb but I've never really expected it to reach the max. Throttling in the evenings though is frustrating, always need to plan my 1080p downloads for the early morning to avoid it.
They're apparently upgrading my connection to 152Mb over the summer for absolutely free too. Hard to compete with that.
Got upgraded to fiber today, $80/month - only $5 more than what I was paying before so it was a no-brainer. My ISP (Cox) is only offering it in a very limited amount of areas here right now, was fortunate to get it this early