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To address the need of end users for speed, the race is on to deliver gigabit services. Connected home and multiscreen services thrive as operators look to exploit the capabilities of their broadband networks, increasing the breadth and sophistication of services offered. Meanwhile, 4K/UHD, OTT video, and cord-cutting and -shaving are reshaping the pay-TV space.

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  • David Scott | August 10, 2017
    TV remains the most watched screen in Australia but cross-screen viewing behaviour is on the rise according to the first issue of the Australian Video Viewing Report Q1, 2017 published by OzTAM. Each week, 19.9 million Australians or 83.7% of the population watch broadcast TV at home either via free-to-air or pay TV channels. Each person watched an average of 79 hours and 30 minutes per month or 2 hours 29 minutes per day of broadcast TV during Q1 2017.
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  • Stéphane Téral | July 31, 2017
    Although quantum physics is not a new field, we’ve increasingly been hearing about the potential of using the laws of quantum physics for processing, transmitting, and distributing information. Also known as quantum mechanics, including field theory, quantum physics deals with the fundamental theory of small-scale, low-energy level objects that share some properties of waves such as a specific frequency and wavelength, some spread over space, and some properties of particles—they're generally countable and can be localized to some degree because quantum mechanics cannot predict the exact location of a particle in space, only the probability of finding it at different locations. Clients, please log in to view the full content.
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  • Jun Wen Woo, Kia Ling Teoh | July 28, 2017
    Three of South Korea's leading broadcasters have launched Kocowa (Korean Content Wave), an online video streaming service, in the US. The service, launched on 24 July, is backed by Korean Content Platform (KCP), a US-based joint venture company between Korean Broadcasting System (KBS), Munhwa Broadcasting Corporation (MBC) and Seoul Broadcasting System (SBS). The service offers content from these broadcasters with English subtitles, with some shows airing six hours after broadcast in South Korea.

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  • John Kendall | July 07, 2017
    Quarterly live conference call and presentation hosted by the lead analyst for all subscribers to provide highlights from all products in this Intelligence Service, including forecasts, surveys, scorecards and insights.
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  • July 07, 2017
    Quarterly live conference call and presentation hosted by the lead analyst for all subscribers to provide highlights from all products in this Intelligence Service, including forecasts, surveys, scorecards and insights.
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    Semi-annually scheduled briefings with the analysts on research highlights from all aspects of the service provider economics market.
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  • Icon Executive Director – Research and Analysis, Service Provider Technology
    Mr. Daniel Simmons, executive director at IHS Markit, leads a global team responsible for research on broadband, mobile and video access networks.
  • Icon Executive Director – Research and Analysis, Mobile Infrastructure & Carrier Economics
    Mr. Stéphane Téral is the executive director of research and analysis and an advisor for Mobile Infrastructure and Carrier Economics at IHS Markit.
  • Icon Director – Research and Analysis, Service Providers & Platforms
    Mr. Ted Hall, director of research and analysis at IHS Markit, evaluates new trends impacting the pay-TV business.
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