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Netflix growth slows in Q2 2019 as it suffers its first domestic subscriber loss since 2011July 18, 2019Netflix’s Q2 2019 results have revealed subscriber growth was well under internal estimations. Netflix added just 2.70 million paying subscribers over the three-month period against the 5 million it forecasted in the previous quarterly report. Clients of our Intelligence Services can log in to view our analysis in full.Subscribers Only
Netflix increases prices in the US and select WE countriesOctober 13, 2017•Netflix has increased its standard and premium tier prices in the US and across select countries in Western Europe. •IHS Markit believes that pricing will be rolled out across all affected territories within the next three months, with new prices starting at the latest in January 2018. •2018 will see the SVoD giant tipping the scales at just over $13bn in revenues.Subscribers Only
UPC Cablecom launches SVoD service MyPrime to compete with NetflixSeptember 04, 2014Liberty Global-owned Swiss operator UPC Cablecom has launched a multiscreen offer - called My Prime on the brink of Netflix’s expansion in Europe. The service is available to UPC Cablecom customers with Horizon and DigiCard premium bundles – Plus and Super - for no...Subscribers Only
Ericsson's acquisition of Microsoft MediaroomApril 21, 2013Telecommunications solutions provider Ericsson is to acquire Microsoft's Mediaroom IPTV Middleware business. Mediaroom is an IPTV software platform that includes the entire set-top box software stack and also related software that...
ViXS Demonstrates First HEVC TranscoderFebruary 14, 2013ViXS has demonstrated a new 6-transcode multimedia home gateway system-on-chip (SoC) that supports both decode and encode for HEVC. While ViXS has 6-transcode semiconductors already in-market, the HEVC...
Deutsche Telekom announces EUR6bn fibre investmentDecember 07, 2012Deutsche Telekom is to ramp up investment in its fibre-optic network in Germany to EUR6 billion (USD7.8 billion), as part of projected group capex of almost EUR30 billion over the next three years (including...
Google Play Movies available across more countries and devices, with retail business modelNovember 14, 2012Google has added South Korea to the list of countries offering movies in the Google Play Store, which now includes the US, Canada, UK, Japan, Australia, Germany, France and Spain. It has also soft launched a...
Apple sees YoY growth following strong iPad and iPhone salesJuly 26, 2012In the quarter ending 30 June 2012 Apple achieved revenues of $35bn representing a 23 per cent growth compared to the same period last year, but 11 per cent lower than the previous quarter's turnover. Net...
Vodafone to Acquire TelstraClear in New ZealandJuly 15, 2012Vodafone New Zealand, the country's largest mobile operator, is to acquire TelstraClear, the New Zealand subsidiary of the Australia-based Telstra Corporation, in a NZ$840m (£430m) cash transaction....
BBC Worldwide Launches International iPlayerAugust 02, 2011
BBC Worldwide, the commercial arm of the BBC, has launched the global version of the iPlayer as an iPad app. The application is now available in 11 European countries (Austria, Belgium, France, Germany, Italy, Luxembourg, Ireland, the Netherlands, Portugal, Spain and Switzerland), and allows customers to access programmes from the distributor. Unlike in Britain, where the iPlayer led the way in offering a true multi-device proposition, the global iPlayer will only be available on the iPad for at least a year. However, unlike the domestic version, the international application allows customers not only to stream content using 3G or Wi-Fi, but also to download programmes to the tablet for offline viewing.
BBC Worldwide launches international iPlayerAugust 01, 2011BBC Worldwide, the commercial arm of the BBC, has launched the global version the iPlayer as an iPad app. The application is now available in 11 European countries (Austria, Belgium, France, Germany, Italy,...
iPhone and iPad Deliver Apple a Record QuarterJuly 21, 2011In the quarter ending 30th June 2011 Apple achieved revenues of $28.6bn - the highest quarterly revenues in the company's history - representing 82 per cent year-on-year growth. For the most part this was driven by the sale of 33m iOS devices, and particularly the iPhone and iPad.
iPhone and iPad deliver Apple a record quarterJuly 20, 2011In the quarter ending 30 June 2011 Apple achieved revenues of $28.6bn - the highest quarterly revenues in the company's history - representing 82 per cent year-on-year growth. For the most part this was...