Thursday, March 17, 2005

Mobile Phone Industry to Drive Interoperable Digital Rights Management, Says Parks Associates

The mobile phone industry and its content partners will benefit from being first to implement interoperable digital rights management (DRM) solutions, which will provide greater revenue opportunities and better user experiences, according to new research findings by Parks Associates.

"Unlike the personal computing and consumer electronics spaces, the mobile phone industry has been able to develop interoperable DRM solutions from the ground up, which is a real advantage for pro ...read more

Tuesday, November 23, 2004

Middleware Solutions Needed for Multimedia Home Networks, Says Parks Associates

According to Unifying Home Media Platforms & Content, a forthcoming Parks Associates report dedicated to the middleware/software market in consumer entertainment, 39 percent of U.S. Internet households see high value in the ability to search for and play individual songs from a variety of different devices on their home network, and 32% value these abilities in regard to full-length albums, in both cases emphasizing broad access to locally stored content.

From the article "Mid ...read more

Thursday, November 11, 2004

Media Adapter Companies Missing Their Market, Says Parks Associates

Parks Associates says technology companies developing digital media adapters (DMAs) made a gross miscalculation by assuming high ownership of home networks--and, in particular, wireless networks--within their target market. According to a recent Parks study, 71percent of households willing to purchase a DMA do not have a home network, and 86 percent do not have wireless technology in their home.

From the article "Media Adapter Companies Missing Their Market, Says Parks Associa ...read more

Thursday, September 30, 2004

Parks Packs On-demand Digital Entertainment Executive Seminar Agenda

Parks Associates announced initial the initial agenda, panelists, roundtable leaders, keynote speakers and sponsors for its upcoming executive seminar, "Fall Focus: On-Demand Demand Digital Entertainment," taking place November 10-12, 2004 in San Diego, CA. The event will examine the current conditions and future vision for the markets involving digital entertainment content in the networked home.

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Thursday, September 16, 2004

Parks Associates Brings Digital Home Insights to TECHXNY Event

“Parks Associates’ workshop and interactive panels are a perfect complement to the conference,” said Christina Condos, show director, TECHXNY. “I am confident that their presentations will be of great value to all of the conference’s attendees.”

“Through our research we help companies understand the consumer technology markets and make well-informed strategic decisions, and we are looking forward to sharing our knowledge with the TECHXNY audience,” said Tricia Parks, president ...read more

Friday, August 27, 2004

Broadband ISPs Find Increasing Success with U.S. Home Networks

Broadband Internet providers have now deployed data network solutions to more than one million U.S. households and at this current pace will reach nearly two million by the end of 2004, according to Parks Associates.

From the article "Broadband ISPs Find Increasing Success with U.S. Home Networks"

Wednesday, June 23, 2004

Call for Speakers: Parks Associates Fall Focus, On-demand Digital Entertainment

Parks Associates is accepting speaker, panelist and sponsor proposals for its Fall Focus event on On-demand Digital Entertainment. The speaker/panelist submission deadline is August 1, 2004.

For 2004, the event will examine the strategies, challenges, and technologies for on-demand digital entertainment.

Interested parties can submit proposals online for participation as a Visionary, Solutions or Reality speaker or panelist. All speaker submissions are reviewed and are cons ...read more

Wednesday, June 23, 2004

Parks Associates Predicts 15 Million On-demand Movie Consumers by 2008

Parks Associates released a forecast last week predicting significant growth in Internet-based video services over the next four years, with users exceeding 15 million by the end of 2008.

“Regarding on-demand video services, several key pieces of the puzzle are now in place,” said Puja Rathi, an analyst at Parks Associates. “Broadband penetration is sufficiently high, and with the launch of service providers like MovieLink and Starz! Ticket, movies are legally available in on- ...read more

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