EE: Broadband usage drops dramatically during World Cup games
But mobile usage surges
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But mobile usage surges
Poor customer service and rising complaint levels are putting subscriptions at risk
59 per cent of US broadband households now subscribe to Netflix, Amazon or Hulu
New research from Kantar Worldpanel ComTech on the home services market – covering broadband, fixed landline and paid television – has revealed that premium sports content is still a major draw for consumers, despite the market being awash with value-driven propositions
Number of households taking four services from a single provider to double in 2016
Media and device testing specialists Digital TV Labs has won a tender from the HbbTV Association to develop the tests covering key new technologies for the forthcoming HbbTV 2.0 test suite
Akamai Technologies has released its First Quarter, 2015 State of the Internet Report. Based on data gathered from the Akamai Intelligent Platform.
Ireland’s national service broadcaster to use the NewsSpotter satellite newsgathering service from Eutelsat Broadband
Altice will acquire 70 per cent of the share capital in Suddenlink, the seventh largest US cable operator with 1.5 million residential and 90,000 business customers, as part of its plans to consolidate the US cable market.
The Streaming Video Alliance (SVA), a newly formed forum of companies from the online video indsutry held its first session in New York City last week.
This may come as news to many Americans, but Netflix has yet to take over the world. It obviously enjoys a huge competitive advantage here in the US, where its 36 million subscribers account for a third of peak broadband traffic, but it’s taking a cautiously staggered approach to expansion into foreign language markets.
More service providers than ever are now entering the broadcast space and the technology landscape for content distribution can be highly confusing. David Crawford, MD, satellite for Arqiva, asks what this means for the future of satellite TV in a hybrid connected world, and can satellite keep up with these OTT services and IP-delivered content?
Over 50 per cent of the global population will have internet access within three years’ time, with mobile broadband over smartphones and tablets now the fastest growing technology in human history, according to the 2014 edition of the State of Broadband report.
Hughes Network Systems do Brasil (Hughes) has confirmed a 15-year contract with Eutelsat do Brasil for the entire Ka-band capacity connected to the Brazilian service area on the Eutelsat 65 West A satellite.