CABLE CONGRESS 2013 – LONDON. Although talk about DOCSIS 3.1 began only late last year, circumstances will require initial deployments to be made as soon as 2015/16.
The Digital TV Group (DTG) has launched a consultation into the future management of digital television interoperability in the UK.
The US Federal Communications Commission has given its approval to the first ever trial of DVB-T2 in the United States.
The market push for UltraHD is expected to be led by three key regions of the globe, notably North America, Western Europe and East Asia, according to NSR.
More than half a million 4K×2K TVs are forecast to ship worldwide this year, growing to more than 7 million by 2016, according to the latest Quarterly TV Design and Features Report from NPD DisplaySearch.
Japanese public broadcaster NHK will present the latest iteration of its Super Hi-Vision system at the 2013 NAB Show.
Levira and the Estonian public broadcaster ERR have signed a cooperation agreement to begin transmitting the channel ETV in DVB-T2.
All receivers in the Nordic region will be required to support MPEG-4 under new guidelines from the regional standards body NorDig.
ITU members have agreed on a new video coding standard building on ITU-T H.264 / MPEG-4 AVC with hopes of easing pressure on global networks.
The ATSC – the US association behind digital TV implementation in North America – has given details of the new ATSC 2.0 standard that introduces a clutch of internet related features.