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.
Launched in 2016, the Pay-TV Innovation Forum is a global research programme for senior executives, developed by NAGRA and MTM designed to explore and catalyse innovation across the pay-TV industry at a time of unprecedented change.
Vodafone Iceland, a key player in the mature Icelandic telco market, wanted to deploy a unified security solution that could handle all its CA and DRM requirements, thereby reducing CAPEX and OPEX. Conax was able to provide Vodafone Iceland with a unified security solution which could be used across distribution technologies, including DVB-T2, IPTV, and […]
Recently, smart home and smart living subscription services have emerged as a game changer, supplying service providers with a new potential source of revenue with minimal risk. Read more in this White Paper from ABOX42.
Video publishers and OTT service providers know they need to reach their users on web and mobile platforms, but which big screen platform should they be focusing on next? This white paper discusses the obstacles faced by video publishers when trying to decide on their multi-platform support strategy. Topics addressed: Market penetration of connected devices […]
There are multiple objectives that DOCSIS 3.1 strives to achieve including: efficient support of 10+ Gbps of downstream and 1+ Gbps of upstream capacity; a significant cost per bit reduction relative to DOCSIS 3.0; adaptation to different amounts of spectrum and plant conditions; operation on existing HFC networks and plant equipment; support for improved energy […]
Whether home, at the office, on the subway, be it live, on demand, by title, subscription-based, we consume more and more TV programmes each day, on multiple devices.
This new study finds answers to what causes subscriber churn and how operators can keep their customers satisfied.