Upside for multi-screen video delivery via gateways
This year, many broadband service providers in developed markets will have to make a strategic choice -- just cut costs and plan to report more pay-TV subscriber losses, or seek ways to offer greater value-added services and make the required investment in infrastructure.
Analysing the impact of Netflix’s “Long Term View” plan
Already a favourite service in many households, Netflix has become an indispensable service for on-demand entertainment consumption. With successful ventures into original programming, where do they expand from here?
Microsoft to improve multi-monitor productivity in Windows 8
If you use multiple monitors you have no doubt noticed it can get annoying to have to go back and forth between them to access specific functions like the Start menu.
Smart Devices Transform Digital Media Entertainment
In 2011, the global market for household consumer electronics (CE) continued its rapid shift toward connected devices. These are devices that are enabled with digital communications and have the ability to connect directly to the Internet -- or to a home network.
Multiscreen Content Platforms to Reach $21 Billion
We're moving towards an online user experience where ubiquitous multiscreen connectivity will become the norm, and new portable digital devices enable the flexible personalization of all published multimedia content.
Upside Opportunities for Multi-screen Video Offerings
According to the latest market study by MRG, Inc., small and independent Pay-TV operators will introduce Multi-screen Video (MSV) and Mobile TV services by 2014 -- after they introduce infrastructure upgrades and whole-home DVR. Those findings are based upon the results of a survey sent to over 600 telecom network service providers and video systems vendors.
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