Wednesday, November 07, 2012

More than 40% of households with broadband internet access in the UK are interested in their service providers alerts on mobile devices

New study from Parks Associates shows growing interest of households with broadband connection in the UK security services of the service provider. More than a third shows a great interest in warnings to fire, flood, or open windows in their homes on smartphones, PCs and tablets. 35% are interested in offers where devices automatically adjust their settings in order to minimize power consumption.

Parks Associates is on 13 and 14 November hosts CONNECTIONS ™ Europe, the new solutions in the areas of energy and Monetisierungschancen, video services, home control and networked households are presented. Keynote speakers of the conference are Owen Hanks, GM, Mobile - Europe, YuMe, Jean C. Kiesling, Head of Business Development and Portfolio Management, German Telekom AG and Kevin Petersen, SVP, AT & T's Digital Life.

The provision of multi-screen services by providers in Europe is lagging behind the North American market, where 86% of pay-TV subscribers have access to TV Everywhere. According to Parks Associates, the figure is only 66% in Western Europe and in Eastern Europe only 21%.

"Only 16% of households with pay TV in the UK regularly use multi-screen services, but these are even more than in the U.S., where the figures are the largest providers of between 3% and 13%, Stuart Sikes, President of Parks Associates. " CONNECTIONS ™ Europe provides an excellent preparation of the participants with solutions that the consumer interest in networked solutions for households of successful services use it. "

From the article, "More than 40% of households with broadband internet access in the UK are interested in their service providers alerts on mobile devices."

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