The next 20 years are likely to be a golden age for video, which is rapidly becoming a basic information carrier for the intelligent world.
China’s Huawei is rolling out an OTT streaming service in Spain and Italy, with the intention to also launch in other European countries.
Amazon is developing its own smart TV in order to compete more effectively with Sky in the UK.
The Russian telco MTS, working with Huawei, will create a single multimedia platform for all its TV services by the end of 2019.
Global demand for video services reached $700 billion in 2017 and will grow steadily to reach $842Bn by 2022, according to a new whitepaper published by Strategy Analytics and sponsored by Huawei.
WATCH VIDEO. German telco Deutsche Telekom is laying the foundation for the rollout of 5G in Germany.
Huawei will launch a video streaming service in Spain and Italy during the first quarter 2018.
LG U+ and Huawei have successfully completed the pre-commercial trial of the world’s first live ultra-high-definition (UHD) IPTV over 5G FWA with a chipset based 5G millimeter-wave CPE.
Dutch SIM-only provider Youfone is entering the OTT TV market with budget-priced Youfone TV.
Vodafone Spain has announced plans for a change in the network architecture of its Ono cable network and the deployment of DOCSIS 3.1.