Personal storage has emerged as a valuable service in a world where the digitization of private data has become critical. However current solutions face conflicting requirements between privacy, data backup, convenience and availability.
Storage has been part of pay TV offerings for years in the form of DVR for content recordings or DLNA for User Generated Content (UGC). Network operators have struggled to make money from this, except for some minor success like bigger disk drive options for storing more recorded content as part of higher tier packages.
The broadcast and TV industries have been focusing heavily on 4K for at least two years now and hyping it as the next big thing for video quality. Yet it has not yet delivered on its promise for several reasons, including insufficient capacity in the transport infrastructure, lack of enough compelling 4K content and the […]
The HDMI dongle has been cast as villain in the story of traditional pay TV and broadcasting, but it may well emerge as a hero.
The Wi-Fi connected HDMI dongle is emerging as a serious solution not just for accessing online content but also for bringing broadcast services to legacy TV sets. There are several reasons why this is happening, perhaps the primary one being the state of flux the TV and broadcasting industries are currently in.