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Business Comparison have analysed data from the SpeedTest Global Index to reveal the countries with the fastest internet speeds, as well as calculating how long it would take to download one hour’s worth of content on Netflix, as a reference. (more…)
The number of Over-the-Top (OTT) streaming services has grown exponentially in the last few years as traditional broadcasters, content owners and sports leagues launch their own direct-to-consumer services. These moves, says Lars Larsson of Varnish Software, are radically reshaping the broadcast industry and opening up significant opportunities for mobile operators and communications service providers (CSPs) looking to explore new revenue streams. (more…)
Research from Amdocs has revealed that 35% of UK consumers plan to buy a 5G smartphone in 2020. (more…)
Addressable TV advertising will leap from US$15.6 billion (€13.9 billion) in total worldwide revenue in 2019 to almost six times that value at $85.5 billion (€76.3 billion) by 2025, according to a new report. (more…)
Vodafone UK opens London digital hub and reveals that 5G could boost London’s economy by £30 billion
The Mayor of London, Sadiq Khan opened Vodafone UK’s new digital hub, as new research shows that 5G could provide a multi-billion pound boost to the capital by 2030. (more…)
Consumers have more choice and higher expectations than ever in the digital age and this is impacting every sector, particularly telecoms. (more…)
Although consumers are expected to spend no more on video entertainment in 2019 compared to what they did in 2018, there is significant turbulence occurring within the underlying market. 2019 is expected to be a stellar year for both Subscription Video on Demand (SVoD) and Box Office, offsetting a lacklustre year for transactional home video and Pay-TV markets, according to the latest Italian video insights market report from Futuresource Consulting. (more…)
Over the top (OTT) or video streaming services have now been commonplace for over a decade, with the first services emerging in 2006. Since that time, much has changed. (more…)
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