Proof that online video doesn’t mean the death of TV

Online video.  It’s the death of TV, or so I’ve been told.  There’s only one problem though…I really love my TV.  And so do a lot of other people it seems.

A recent analysis of two of the largest over-the-top (OTT) video providers in the U.S. highlights this fact, and suggests that the days of the TV as the centerpiece of the living room are far from over.

According to

By Ciena, 24 August 2011, 0 comments. Categories: Cloud, Consumers, Content, Europe, Industry, Infrastructure, IPTV, N America, Smartphones.

Asia Pacific to fuel massive IPTV growth, says report

The number of households actively paying for IPTV subscriptions is set to rocket over the next five years, according to research from industry analysts Digital TV Research.

Massive growth in Asia Pacific is expected to drive then number up from 35m at the end of 2010, to over 155m by the end of 2016, with 85m of the additional subscribers from the region. The number of subscribers in China is expected to increase ten-fold, the report said.

By Matt Henkes, 05 July 2011, 0 comments. Categories: Asia, IPTV.

Signs of Multi-screen Video Maturity

Making all TV multi-screen TVVerimatrix recently co-sponsored Videonet report with RGB Networks, “Making all TV multi-screen TV,” that provided an in-depth analysis on the approaches operators are considering when introducing, and effectively scaling,...

By Verimatrix, 02 June 2011, 0 comments. Categories: Content, IPTV, Security.