Plan Set-Top Box (STB) production schedule by referring to projected market data through 2028 for different STB types, including cable, satellite, and Internet Protocol Television (IPTV).
Understand the evolving technological landscape of the STB market, and use these data to devise product design strategies.
Gauge the proportions of cable and satellite STBs that are Internet Protocol (IP)-capable, and align roadmaps accordingly.
Identify key STB vendors to develop strategic partnerships.
Critical Questions Answered
How large is the STB market currently, and how will the market value develop over the next 6 years?
What is the current and future split between cable, satellite, IPTV, and Digital Terrestrial Television (DTT) STB shipments in different regions internationally?
In which regions are STB shipments expected to decline, and where are they forecast to grow?
To what extent have international macro-economic challenges, such as the COVID-19 pandemic, supply chain disruptions, and shifting consumer sentiments, impacted the STB market?
Which vendors are market leaders in terms of shipments and revenue for different STB types across the 2014 to 2021 time period?
Shipment and revenue projections for different types of STBs, spanning cable, satellite, IPTV, and DTT, and sub box types, such as Standard Definition (SD), High Definition (HD), Digital Video Recorders (DVRs).
An overview of pay TV households per region and their evolution from 2020 to 2028.
Data are broken down into the North American, Western European, Eastern European, Latin American, Asia-Pacific, and Middle East & African markets to provide regional granularity.
Detailed annual figures for all market-leading vendors for shipments, revenue, and Average Selling Prices (ASPs) by box type across the 2014 to 2021 time period.
Who Should Read This?
Product managers of media device vendors.
Decision makers in chipset manufacturing companies supplying the STB market.
Market analysts of video streaming service providers.
Managers of software solution providers for pay TV and broadband services.