Research firm examines adoption and purchase trends for CE devices in the streaming media space
A new Parks Associates report on streaming media devices reports four brands – Amazon, Apple, Google, and Roku – accounted for 86% of all units sold to U.S. broadband households in 2014. This market concentration will force new entrants to develop unique solutions in order to have an impact in this expanding ecosystem. The Streaming Media Device Landscape estimates that 86 million ...read more
New research reports from Parks Associates covering OTT services, home robotics, smart watches, and connected health provide in-depth analysis of industry trends and consumer research, forecasts, business model strategies and opportunities, and key recommendations for players within these key connected home topics.
Firm’s NUMBERS™ service announces global forecasts for cloud storage adoption and revenues
New research from Parks Associates estimates the fastest-growing markets for consumer cloud storage will be Japan and South Korea, with consumer spending growing at a CAGR of over 33% between 2014 and 2019. The U.S. will have nearly 50 million households using cloud storage at the end of 2015. This strong worldwide growth comes as CE device manufacturers and technology providers ...read more
Industry Report and NUMBERS™ highlight Connected Product Forecasts and Consumer Trends Worldwide
There will be1.6 billion video viewers worldwide at end of 2015, increasing to 1.9 billion in 2019, according to Parks Associates’ NUMBERS™ research service. The global LTE user base will top 700 million in 2015, led by substantial subscriber gains in the U.S., Europe, China, and Latin America. The research firm reported these findings in the industry report Global Connected ...read more
Emerging opportunities, innovative partnerships, and strategic recommendations are key focus in industry reports
Parks Associates today announced new research reports that focus on business strategies and consumer trends for the IoT, the smart home, cloud services, security, energy management, and mobile habits and payments.
The research firm reports U.S. smartphone adoption has reached 80% of broadband households, with tablet adoption at 62%. Currently, 70% of U.S. broadband ...read more