Tuesday, January 03, 2012

Parks Associates Addresses New Business Strategies Impacting Connected and Mobile Devices at CONNECTIONS™ Summit at CES

New connected products and technologies, including smart HDTVs, voice controls, Android tablets, and multifunction e-readers, are changing the way consumers access and manage content in the home. International research firm Parks Associates will highlight its latest consumer and industry research in these key markets at CONNECTIONS™ Summit at 2012 International CES in Las Vegas on January 10.

Parks Associates forecasts more than 920 million connected devices, including smartphones and tablets, will be sold worldwide in 2012, and revenues from operator-provided cloud-based value-added services will exceed $8.5 billion by 2015. CONNECTIONS™ Summit sessions address the television’s evolving role in the home, content distribution, new value-added services, and consumer interest in the digital locker.

“We have a stellar lineup of participants this year," said Stuart Sikes, president, Parks Associates. "We designed the Summit panels to provide research insight and analyst perspectives followed by an interactive discussion about key business issues and the most pressing challenges in these markets.”

From the article, "Parks Associates Addresses New Business Strategies Impacting Connected and Mobile Devices at CONNECTIONS™ Summit at CES"

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