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Beyond displays: How UHD is shaping the marketJune 05, 2015Moving consumers to 4K or ultra-high definition (UHD) is shaping up to be a classic push marketing effort, with panel and device manufacturers, studios, and content providers aligned on the push side and a long line of hurdles to be surmounted before consumer demand can cross from niche to mainstream.Subscribers Only
Seizing the 4k content opportunityOctober 13, 2014As household penetration of UHD TV sets is projected to reach 15% by 2019, content providers will have to look into ways to capitalise on the 4K opportunity.Subscribers Only
Sony’s net income rose by 757% YoY in Q2-14August 05, 2014Sony’s Q2 2014 net income rose by just over 757% year-on-year (YoY) to reach 26.8 billion yen (262 million dollars), up from 3.1 billion yen (24 million dollars) the previous year.
Netflix goes Ultra High DefinitionApril 09, 2014Netflix has started streaming content in Ultra HD (UHD), branded as Ultra HD 4K. UHD is approximately 4 times the resolution of Full HD. Netflix is streaming UHD content as its highest bandwidth profile at 15.6 Mbps, referenced on Netflix’s in-app player as 2160 HD. UHD streaming has currently only been rolled out for House of Cards season two. The video stream is compressed using next generation h.265/HEVC, therefore requiring both an HEVC decoder, as well as an updated version of Netflix’s client player. Netflix UHD clients are already embedded on UHD TVs offered by LG, Samsung, Sony and Vizio.
CES 2014 Summary – Consumer Electronics, Smart Home and Home AppliancesFebruary 09, 2014CES, the annual Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas, once again saw the launch and establishment of key trends in the consumer electronics industry for 2014. From flexible and curved displays to smart home appliances and wearables, IHS’ CE team summarises what’s hot, and what’s not, for 2014.Subscribers Only
The Opportunity for Next-Generation TVNovember 30, 2013TV is changing, but the dynamics of this change are far from clear. Is traditional TV really dying? Is OTT and VoD the cause? How will traditional broadcast technologies respond, and can they be relevant in the future? This presentation addresses the core opportunities that will define the next-generation of TV technologies.Subscribers Only
UHD TV goes on sale for $699July 08, 2013Seiki Digital, a manufacturer of TV and Audio systems, has announced that its 39-inch, ultra high definition (UHD) LED TV will go on sale in the US by July 2013, with pre-orders from retailer Sears beginning...
Broadcasters and multiscreen: app strategies across fragmented ecosystemsJune 20, 2013 Subscribers Only
TV Sets Insight Report - UHD: The next generation of high resolution contentApril 22, 2013The technical systems for a wider 4K Ultra High Definition (UHD) launch will be ready by 2016/2017, while it is expected to achieve commercial mass market by 2022/2023. By 2020, there will be 213 UHD channels, 140 million TV households with at least one UHD TV and over 50 million UHD set-top boxes (STBs) installed. Take up of UHD-capable TVs will be spurred on by TV manufacturers for screen sizes of 50-inches and above. By 2025, nearly half of all TVs shipped will be UHD-capable, and a quarter of all households will have at least one UHD TV.Subscribers Only
SES demo first HEVC Ultra HD broadcastApril 19, 2013On 19th April 2013, satellite operator SES demonstrated the first broadcast of Ultra High Definition (UHD) television using the High-Efficiency Video Codec (HEVC). The demonstration used an Astra Satellite at...
The True Cost of OTTMarch 12, 2013 Subscribers Only
Samsung purchase three percent share in SharpMarch 08, 2013Samsung Electronics purchased shares in Sharp amounting to a three per cent ownership stake in the company for ¥10.4bn ($112mn). The announcement instigated an 18 per cent rise in Sharp's share price after...
The Global 3D Entertainment MarketJanuary 12, 2013 Subscribers Only
LG begin accepting OLED TV ordersJanuary 04, 2013South Korean firm LG Electronics will begin taking orders for its 55-inch OLED TVs in January 2013, with shipments to begin from 4 February 2013. The launch will initially be domestic, with LG retail stores in...