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Live Streaming Services, Net Neutrality & What It Means For Your Customers

While you read this piece of article and want to know the latest update about Net Neutrality, just for your information, 100 million people are binge-watching online videos at this moment, either by subscribing to OTT providers like Netflix, Amazon Prime etc. or live streaming their favorite sports or events on their smartphones. Now, just …

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Spain tests 5G with live 4K broadcast

Orange and Ericsson have tested a pioneering 15Gbps mobile connection in Spain via a live Ultra HD broadcast. This test was conducted inside a moving vehicle in an urban environment and was the first real 5G test in the country.

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20th Century Fox plans to launch an SVOD service – Nuvu

20th Century Fox Television Distribution gets into a multi-year deal with Ericsson to launch a subscription OTT service – Nuvu. The new service is said to host a variety of content including DreamWorks Animation-produced titles along with an extensive selection of global film franchises for territories across sub-Saharan Africa in multiple languages. Some of the titles in …

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Mobile video to grow 50% year-on-year

According to a latest forecast by the Ericsson Mobility Report, there will be 550 million 5G subscriptions in 2022. North America will lead the uptake in 5G subscriptions with about a quarter of all mobile subscriptions are expected to be for 5G in 2022. Asia Pacific is expected to be the second fastest growing region for 5G …

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Video Streaming: Key to Customer Loyalty

A recent study from EricssonConsumerLab states that mobile broadband is the primary key to a smartphone user’s satisfaction than a voice experience. This is because the smartphone users are all the younger generation and the recent Video Streaming buzz has taken it all over the smartphone internet consumption. The study states that 26% of all 15,000 …

VOD consumption through Mobile to see sharp rise

According to research from Ericsson, Mobile video traffic is forecast to grow by around 55% annually through 2021, when it should account for over two-thirds of all mobile data traffic. While social networking is forecast to grow by 41% annually over the coming six years, its relative share of traffic will decline from 15% in …

Ericsson predicts on-demand video outrunning broadcast TV soon

More people are predicted to watch on-demand video streaming services than traditional broadcast TV on a weekly basis in 2015, and video will generate half of mobile data traffic, the CEO of Swedish firm #ericsson said on Monday in Barcelona, the host of the Mobile World Congress. “People are using mobile broadband for viewing a lot …

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