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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.

Stay abreast of the latest developments in pay TV and fixed broadband with continually updated analysis and data on broadband infrastructure, home networks, media-managed services, professional video, set-top boxes and video network infrastructure.
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  • November 09, 2018
    To achieve leadership in mobile infrastructure market, suppliers must combine substantial internal research and development with engagement in standardization. This report analyses the contributions vendors and operators have invested in 3GPP standards. This includes holding rapporteur roles in technical specifications groups and contributing work items for technology evolution. The report covers all contributions made between the years 2005 and mid-2018 and focuses primarily on 5G and LTE. However, some other hot domains such as, eMTC, NB-IoT, and V2X will be look at as well. Clients, please log in to view the full content.
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  • Stéphane Téral | November 07, 2018
    I’m just back from cold and rainy Berlin, where I chaired the second Network Slicing Summit, held 23 October 2018 at the Messe as part of the large annual Broadband World Forum. Like last year, 50+ people attended the Network Slicing Summit, but unlike last year, the event was totally standalone (it was a pre-SON World event last year). We had a well-balanced mix of standards bodies (e.g., 3GPP, ETSI, IEEE), trade bodies (GSMA and 5G-ACIA), academia (e.g., Cork Institute of Technology, University of Peloponnese), regulatory bodies (e.g., Ofcom), and service providers including BT, Bell Canada, Deutsche Telekom, KDDI, NTT DOCOMO, Swisscom, Telenor, Telefónica, Telia, Turk Telecom, and Vodafone. And of course, we ended up with as many definitions of network slicing as people in the room! Coined by our SDN and NFV research leader Michael Howard, here is our end-to-end network slice definition: “An end-to-end network slice is a logical partition or a virtual piece of a physical network, including fixed and mobile, physical and virtual, that has connections, capacities (bandwidth), and characteristics (e.g., SLAs) that make the slice look and act like a physical network to the user, program, or process that is using it.” Clients, please log in to view the full content.
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  • Stéphane Téral | October 16, 2018
    Over the past decade or so, we have frequently heard about chief technology and information officers (CTIOs), the combination of the chief information officer (CIO) function with that of the chief technology officer (CTO). The rationale has been that because information technology (IT) and telecom network technology are converging and becoming more and more intertwined, the two offices can no longer be separate; instead, there is a need to form a single function aimed at harmonizing all changes, triggered by the implementation of best IT practices into telecom networks. Clients, please log in to view the full content.
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Extensive research on the fixed-line broadband access infrastructure market, including products, operators and vendors. Coverage includes broadband aggregation equipment and components, cable broadband hardware, hybrid fiber coaxial (HFC) optical nodes and more.
Broadband Media Intelligence provides detailed, constantly updated company and market information on the broadband access and online entertainment industries of 50 markets worldwide.
Focused research on the global home networks ecosystem and connectivity within the home for both service provider and retail market segments. Covers cable, DSL, FTTH, and Fixed LTE consumer premise equipment (CPE), with regional and country level data, as well as Wi-Fi, voice, and different access technologies.
Comprehensive industry value forecasts, historic data and in-depth analysis of the global media management industry. Building a unique and global view of the media management market from both supply and demand perspectives with analysis of infrastructure investment decisions and capex vs. opex, this service enables informed build vs. buy vs. partner decisions, and provides an integrated view of the competitive global media management landscape.
Global, detailed coverage of the market trends and conditions affecting telecom and mobile operators, including revenue, investment, outsourcing and the global economy.
Extensive, continually updated reportage on the global set-top box ecosystem, spanning 80+ countries and driven by an experienced team of analysts that monitors and analyzes technology developments in satellite, cable, IPTV, OTT, and terrestrial networks.
Global, in-depth coverage of service enablement (OSS/BSS), analytics, AI (machine/deep learning), customer experience, revenue management and managed services.
The IHS Markit TV & Online Video Intelligence Service - Premium provides key metrics for video distribution across TV and online video platforms for over 100 individual countries and eight regional totals, offering clients the most complete picture of video consumption available.
Critical research that leverages long-standing relationships with operators in over 70 markets, resulting in the only truly comprehensive source of television market intelligence available anywhere in the world.
Video UX Technology allows vendors, media companies, institutional investors, and strategic investors to benchmark competitor activity, track the flow capital in the market, and understand where value-creation is taking place across front-end and UX-related technologies.

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  • Icon Tim Westcott | November 07, 2018
    The Media & Technology Digest provides a monthly analysis of the key trends and innovations shaping the global technology landscape. Written by our senior analysts the digest includes a detailed focus on key industry hot topics, analysis of all major industry and product announcements with in-depth examinations of significant industry trends.
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  • Martyn Hannant, Maria Rua Aguete | November 05, 2018
    The European Broadband Cable Yearbook, produced in association with trade body Cable Europe, is widely recognised as the definitive guide to the European Cable Industry. Published continuously for over a decade, this annual report contains detailed data on the size and value of the cable industry in all European Union countries as well as other European Economic Area markets. With company-level information and market wide analysis it shows trends in cable uptake, digital progression, revenue and ARPU, broadband cable and cable telephony. Also includes a written summary of the cable industry developments within each country over the last year.
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  • Merrick Kingston, Paul Erickson, Paul Gray, Maria Rua Aguete, David Hancock, Samuel McLaughlin | September 28, 2018
    2018 is likely to be remembered as the year of private equity. The video industry’s capital structure has changed dramatically, and with it, the composition of the competitive vendor landscape.
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  • Stéphane Téral | November 15, 2018
    Service Provider Revenue & Capex Market Tracker forecasts, analysis and trends by service provider type—including capex by equipment type.
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  • Maria Rua Aguete | November 12, 2018
    Database for all KPIs of pay and free TV operators worldwide. Pay TV subscriber data is presented quarterly by operator, and is split by service (TV, internet, telephony), transmission (analogue and digital) and platform (cable, satellite, IPTV, terrestrial, third-party premium).
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  • Maria Rua Aguete | November 12, 2018
    Database of all revenue metrics across TV markets worldwide. Revenue data is presented at total market level for pay TV, public TV, and TV advertising. Pay TV data covers subscription revenue by platform and operator, and is split by package tier (basic, extended basic, premium and a la carte) and transmission/type (analogue and digital subscription revenue, on-demand revenue).
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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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