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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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  • Merrick Kingston | June 27, 2017
    Content security firm Verimatrix has acquired Genius Digital’s Mirimon engineering team, technology, and associated IP. The Mirimon stack comprises a set of technologies that allow service providers to harvest data from a range of end-user devices, and from operator-managed consumer premises equipment (CPE) in particular. Verimatrix’s Verspective analytics proposition will integrate the technology. The acquisition’s value is unknown. However, given that Genius Digital generated turnover of roughly USD 1.5m in 2015, IHS Markit believes that the deal was modest in size.
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  • Michael Howard | June 22, 2017
    The “software-defined” focus of telecom means not only separation of the control plane and the data plane with a centralized view of the whole network or its major parts but also a distribution of intelligence—read compute—in stepping stones toward the extreme edge of the network. We hear “edge compute” embodied in such efforts as MEC, at first in “Mobile Edge Compute,” morphing into “Multi-access Edge Compute”.
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  • Stéphane Téral | June 01, 2017
    Once again I attended the TM Forum, held in lovely Nice from May 15 to 17, just a week before the commencement of the Cannes Festival and two weeks before the Grand Prix de Monaco. Needless to say, the French Riviera was very busy during the event, which was marked by a strong focus on digital transformation, whatever that means! Clients, please log in to view the full content.
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  • June 01, 2017
    Semi-annually scheduled briefings with the analysts on research highlights from all aspects of the service provider economics market.
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  • March 06, 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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  • John Kendall | March 01, 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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  • Icon Director, Connected Home
    Daniel Simmons plays an integral role in developing the company’s TV Technology Intelligence service. His knowledge base is centered on customer premises equipment markets such as set-top boxes, television sets, conditional access and middleware.
  • Icon Senior Research Director, Mobile Infrastructure and Carrier Economics
    With 26 years of experience in the telecommunications industry, Stéphane Téral is regarded as one of the top analysts in his field, having been the trusted advisor at some of the world's largest telecom providers and manufacturers.
  • Icon Research Director, Television
    Ted is a Research Director for IHS Technology’s Television team. He is responsible for tracking and analyzing key new trends affecting the TV industry, assessing the impact these will have on pay-TV operators, broadcasters, content owners and other important players from across the value chain.
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