Set-Top Box Cost Model - Q4 2012

Set-Top Box Cost Model  |  December 21, 2012  | Subscribers Only

Kevin Keller Kevin Keller Senior Principal Analyst, Teardowns

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The Set-Top Box Cost Model from IHS provides a detailed analysis of the current and future component and manufacturing costs for set-top boxes (STBs) and Digital Media Adapters (DMAs) based on a dynamically selected set of configuration options. Given the flexibility of creating configurations of real or virtual set-top boxes, the model is an invaluable and comprehensive planning tool that generates both tactical and strategic actionable datapoints.

Applicable to:

Set-top Box Manufacturers (OEM/EMS/ODM)

  • Purchasing
  • Design and Technical
  • Product Management
  • Market Research

Service Providers/Operators

  • Purchasing
  • Strategic Planning

Semiconductor Suppliers

  • Product Marketing
  • Strategic Planning
  • Competitive Analysis

Kevin Keller

Senior Principal Analyst, Teardowns

Kevin Keller brings more than 22 years of engineering and design experience to the IHS teardown analysis team, where he performs detailed hardware analysis of electronic devices such as wireless...

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