Wednesday, July 10, 2013

Internet Households to Exceed 820 Million Worldwide by 2017

By 2017, over 820 million households worldwide will have Internet service, and more than 94% will have broadband, according to international research firm Parks Associates. The firm also reports over 610 million households will have a data network, including over 100 million in North America and 133 million in Western Europe.

Parks Associates will host the eighth-annual CONNECTIONS™ Summit at the 2014 International Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas on Tuesday, January 7. CONNECTIONS™ Summit: Profiting from Connected Home Devices and Services addresses new business issues, emerging technologies, and the changing consumer experience. The agenda includes six executive sessions and a networking-and-cocktail reception on the first day of CES.

Past speakers include service providers Verizon and Orange; manufacturers LG Electronics, Sharp, Hitachi, and Samsung; and solutions providers EcoFactor, iYogi, PlumChoice, and Microsoft.

From the article, "Internet Households to Exceed 820 Million Worldwide by 2017."

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