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However, the number of paid subscriptions in Europe is significantly lower, where 30% of broadband households in the UK and 17% in France subscribe to OTT video, compared to 64% of US broadband households. These figures are from Parks Associates in their latest OTT Video Market Tracker Service Update. “OTT is definitely gaining traction across Europe. We are seeing new OTT video services spring up but not as many as in North America,” said Brett Sappington, director of...
 
by Parks Associates | Mar. 29, 2016
Tags: broadband
I've been doing a lot of research into Wi-Fi based phone plans recently. They're a service that some 70% of broadband households are interested in - which is not a surprise, given that most consumers use less than half of their cellular data plan. These plans make use of a collection of private and public WiFi hotspots in order to provide voice, text and data services. Some plans supplement hotspot access by pay-as-you-go cellular data. Current plans are offered by service providers...
 
by Kristen Hanich | Mar. 2, 2016
Tags: broadband, mobile, operator, OTT, smartphone, Wi-Fi
Samsung announced that it is planning to ship its 4K Blu-ray player earlier than expected despite the fact that there is little 4K content available at this time. Although 4K Blu-ray discs for The Martian and Kingsman: The Secret Service are expected to be released on March 1, these titles join a very small 4K library. Samsung is expected to ship in March. Despite consumer shifts to streaming content, Blu-ray players continue to be owned and used by 44% of U.S. broadband...
 
by Barbara Kraus | Feb. 8, 2016
Tags: 4K, broadband, connected CE

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