The Future of Video Consumer Devices and Consumer Services

This report offers an in-depth look into the future of video consumer devices and services. Covering everything from recent mergers and aquisitions, to set-top box and OTT market predictions, this report is particularly useful for any mobile video or cloud content companies that want a better understanding of market dynamics and trends.

Table of Contents

  • 1. OPERATOR AND VENDOR DYNAMICS
    • 1.1. Operator M&A
    • 1.2. Vendor M&A
  • 2. MIDDLEWARE, UX, AND OFFERINGS
    • 2.1. Video Platform and Experience Upgrades
    • 2.2. Video Service Offerings
  • 3. OVER-THE-TOP-VIDEO
    • 3.1. OTT Develops as a Viable Service Platform
    • 3.2. OTT Business Model Development
    • 3.3. Over the Top: Live, Ads, and Short Form
    • 3.4. Expectations for TV Social and Interactivity
    • 3.5. Dual Screens
  • 4. CE IS CLOUD ELECTRONICS
    • 4.1. CE Is Cloud Electronics
    • 4.2. Open Devices versus Vertical Integration
    • 4.3. 4K and HEVC
  • 5. CLOUD CONTENT
    • 5.1. New Media
    • 5.2. Mobile, CE, and Computers
  • 6. SET-TOPS AND BROADBAND
    • 6.1. Set-Top Box
    • 6.2. Broadband Inflation Rate
    • 6.3. Google Fiber
    • 6.4. Google Fiber Spurs Gbps Broadband
    • 6.5. How Should You Keep Busy?

Charts

  1. TV Platform Revenue by Region, 2010 to 2018
  2. OTT Business Model Development by Region, 2013 to 2019
  3. Percentage of Pay TV Subscribers with STB Applications (Worldwide)
  4. 4K Household TV Penetration (Conservative), 2013 to 2018
  5. Percentage of Online Video Views in North America by Device Type, 2013 to 2019
  6. NA and WE Set-Top Shipments by Category Cable, Satellite, and IPTV
  7. Inflation-Adjusted Adequate Broadband Rates, 2014 to 2019

Figures

  1. Vendor M and A

Research Information

Publish Date
3Q 2014
Code
PT-1135
Research Type
Regulatory Analysis Report
Pages
41