The era of residential gigabit-speed broadband services is upon us, and the way in which broadband is publicized, promoted, and sold has already begun to change.
The television experience is changing before our eyes and morphing to fit today’s viewers and their viewing habits.
Google’s recent acquisition of Webpass shows that the competitive race for consumer broadband services in the US is far from over. In fact, Google’s move beyond organic growth suggests that the race may be ramping up a notch, particularly when the other competitors in the market include Comcast, AT&T, and a larger Charter Communications.
Cloud computing is a growing industry that allows businesses and individuals to store data on the internet and access it anywhere. But the cloud isn’t just useful for sharing files and getting more storage, writes Christopher Schouten.
The European Commission’s wide-ranging Digital Single Market Strategy has attracted both acclaim and criticism over the last 18 months, the latter especially from the audio-visual industry.
We’re currently witnessing some tectonic shifts in the way TV content (namely linear TV channels) is being distributed, says Christian Knaebel.
Traditional linear television will continue to be successful even in the media world dominated by online.
Martin Ornass-Kubacki, VP and chief regional officer of SES in CEE, looks at how Sat>IP can reduce operators’ costs.
UK audience measurement body BARB recently released its first UK TV Landscape Report. The report estimated that 24% of UK households paid for an SVOD platform by end-2015, up from 14% in March 2015.
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.