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  • Paul Erickson | February 04, 2016
    Roku has developed a hybrid version of its Roku 4 set-to box (STB), which will allow its pay TV operator partners to offer access to digital terrestrial television (DTT) broadcasts as well as over-the-top (OTT) streaming services to consumers through a single device and user interface (UI). Roku will also allow operators greater customization of the UI, enabling them to promote specific content, including recommendations, on the home screen.
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  • Dinesh Kithany, Tom Morrod | February 03, 2016
    Based on various demonstrations and announcements made at CES 2016, especially in the North Hall, I would re-christen the term “Internet of everyThing (IoT)” to “Internet In Everything (IiE),” as companies are now excitedly including Internet connectivity into every product they can. Here are some examples of not-so-new innovations in home appliances at CES 2016:
  • Paul Erickson | February 03, 2016
    CES 2016 brought considerable focus upon major CE vendors continued efforts to dominate the still-nascent but growing smart home market. Of note in the lineup of products being offered by various companies was the lack of any cohesive strategy or tangible product delivering the audio portion of the connected/smart home experience, whether that would be for entertainment or for unified audio output of notifications (doorbell, alarm, cooking, etc.). This absence only serves to underscore Sonos’ quietly well-situated position within the high end of the growing smart home market, strengthened in particular by a move late last year.
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  • Brian O’Rourke | December 30, 2015
    This topical report provides an updated view of the state of technology development and consumer adoption of USB 3.1 technologies...
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  • Daniel Knapp | November 27, 2015
    At Medientage Muenchen, Germany's leading media conference, IHS hosted a panel debate on the future of TV with senior leaders from RTL, Mediaset, MTG and Google. IHS's Daniel Knapp set the scene with this presentation about the changing ecosystem of TV, ad tech and YouTube MCNs.
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  • Rhoda Alexander | January 19, 2016
    An overview of selected tablet and notebook releases announced at CES 2016 held from the 5th-9th January at Las Vegas.
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  • Daniel Simmons, Merrick Kingston, Raphaela Lynn | October 16, 2015
    This presentation provides a clear overview of the major trends and dynamics across the Set-Top Box and OTT/Multiscreen landscape, it examines the rationale behind the emergence of new business models, vendor consolidation and technological developments such as UHD.
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  • Hisakazu Torii | August 04, 2015
    Japanese TV brands have gradually been losing market share in TV markets around the world over the few years. This has forced many to re-evaluate their business models and pursue licensing deals with other manufacturers, and move away from TV manufacturing. The latest in this line of Japanese TV brands are Toshiba and Sharp, as highlighted in this presentation.
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  • Analyst photo placeholder Senior Analyst, Consumer Devices & Professional Video
    Andrew joined IHS in February 2008 and works as a senior analyst researching professional video technology. He has co-authored a major report on the global broadcast and media technology industry for the IABM and has worked on many bespoke consultancy projects covering broadcast and media technology all over the world.
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    Jusy Hong is responsible for mobile device, networks and media in the Asia Pacific. He covers mobile handset shipment, production, technology, & media trends as well as companies' strategies.
  • Icon Senior Analyst, Consumer Devices
    Kathleen Zhang is responsible for research in the Chinese and Taiwanese TV markets and vendors, including creating and implementing industry surveys, market sizing and forecasting and evaluating the impact of broad market factors on television demands.

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