The home gateway has been talked about for long enough, but how many have actually been installed so far? Not a lot, and meanwhile its future appears to have been imperilled by the spectre of cloud services offering a safe and cheap place of unlimited capacity to store all that music and all those home
General impressions of the IP&TV World Forum in Dubai – Part 1 of 2. Special focus on Etisalat’s new OTT offering.
Thanks Intel for helping me make up my mind on wether there will be boxes under my TV in few years. The answer is YES. At last I know what to look for when I go and buy my next TV.
What I am looking to get out of this year’s IP&TV World Forum
Rate-adaptive technologies occupy very little media space but will radically transform the Internet and broadcasting industries.
3D on the other hand is yet again making all the headlines (yes is has done several times over the decades), but I’m convinced this new surge of interest will barely be remembered as just another blip on the radar, a few years from now.
Talking to French company Awox about how DLNA enables OTT to transform STB business models for operators from cash drains to cash cows