Sandvine, a provider of intelligent broadband network solutions for fixed and mobile operators, has released its latest Global Internet Phenomena Report focusing on Asia-Pacific and Europe.
Traditional operators will need to keep a close eye on telcos rising interest in the TV space as operators’ make their mark both in Western Europe and other key regions, according to research by Futuresource.
A new study released today by IHS and SpotX found that revenue across Europe from online video jumped from €22 million in 2012 to €375 million in 2015.
Pan-African pay-TV platforms are set to boom, according to a new report from Digital TV Research.
Usage of laptops and smartphones is outpacing that of STBs and smart TVs in the connected living rooms of today, according to new global research from Irdeto.
Consumers in key European TV markets are ready to embrace Ultra HD as a thrilling TV experience and to invest in equipment and content.
Despite intense competition, television and radio continue to dominate media consumption in Germany.
The share of digital households among cable customers in Germany has risen by 15% to 72.5% in the past 12 months – a considerably stronger increase than in previous years.
The worldwide television subscriber base increased by close to four million in the second quarter of 2015.
After three years in Europe, Netflix is currently present in 13 countries and announced another three markets to be entered by the end of 2015.