This customer case study describes how Belgian communications company Telenet is using artificial intelligence technology from Media Distillery to address the apparently simple problem of identifying when television programmes actually start.
The Internet of Things (IoT) can sound like the promised land for telcos: all those devices to connect, all those services to sell to subscribers. The benefits of the IoT are thrown around constantly, from all directions. But actually making money from the IoT isn’t as simple as it sounds.
Media companies are in the headwinds of unprecedented change. Consumers are fully to digital and social platforms, and those platforms have upended advertising models. New approaches focused on the audience may save the day.
It’s a common refrain, but this time around the industry really is going through a period of change.
Product manufacturers are increasingly using energy efficient, GPU enabled, multi-core silicon, but traditional HTML5 browser architectures only make use of a fraction of the available performance.
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Ooyala’s annual report is loaded with inside notes on digital viewing, consumer shifts and much more.
Despite the onslaught of OTT video platforms, existing cable, satellite and IPTV operators will dominate the pay TV market for the foreseeable future.
This paper will explore the pros and cons of Android in the context of STB Development projects for pay-TV operators.
Today’s consumers not only expect high-quality streaming capabilities; they are beginning to expect even more from their access points. As more content providers begin to offer 4K, high dynamic range and other ultra-high definition (UHD) video experiences, consumers expect that Wi-Fi will be able to meet ever-increasing requirements for throughput and reach.