In five years’ time no one will talk about OTT, it will all be just TV by 2022, according to the people attending this morning’s panel at Cable Congress on OTT.
As the cable industry edges towards the telco sector, Liberty Global’s chief technology officer was lukewarm on the subject of 5G.
Piracy tools such as Popcorn Time and Kodi are, by nature, not regulated and and have no limits, but we can learn from the fact that they are providing all content from one single place.
China will continue to dominate the 4K TV market, with 42% of all TVs in 2017 expected to ship with 4K panels, according to a white paper released by IHS Markit, ahead of Cable Congress 2017.
Liberty Global will get DOCSIS 3.1 up and running by the end of the year.
Cable operators are up to the challenge new entrants are posing to them.
Cable revenues are holding up despite pressure from OTT platforms and an accompanying content arms race.
The President of Cable Europe has called on regulators to reduce the burden of regulation to enable cable to continue the road to consolidation.
Harmonic and NASA have released a 360-degree virtual reality (VR) viewing experience to the public.
Teleste will be demonstrating its Luminato headend platform and showing how when combined with open application development, operators will be able to rethink their headend services and build a broader more targeted offering for their customers.