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Monday, July 24, 2017

OTT Video Fast Becoming Mainstream in the US with Majority Opting to Watch on TV, says Parks Associates

Over 50% of U.S. broadband households now watch Internet video on a television screen, according to a new connected entertainment research deliverables by market research firm, Parks Associates.

The IoT research firm examines this shift in video consumption habits of consumers, including usage of OTT services and the impact on the business of broadcast, pay TV, and online television.

“For years, the television has been the stronghold for the traditional TV industry,” sai more

Friday, September 16, 2016

US Car Owners Prefer Bundling Connected Car and Mobile Data Bills, Says Parks Associates

A new research from Parks Associates shows that 62% of U.S. car owners would prefer to bundle vehicle data charges with their mobile data bill, while only 12% prefer a direct billing relationship with the auto OEM.

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Sunday, June 12, 2016

Almost 50% Smart Home Devices In U.S. Are Self-Installed, Parks Associates Finds

Wireless home security sales are increasing, as almost one-half of home security owners in the U.S. have a home security system that connects wirelessly to sensors, according market research firm, Parks Associates.

"The emergence of 'monitor-it-yourself' and hybrid professional monitoring options for self-installed devices is a key trend for the smart home in 2016," said Brad Russell, Research Analyst, Parks Associates. "Almost 50% of smart home devices currently in U.S. bro more

Wednesday, May 18, 2016

23% Of US Smartphone Owners Also Own A Smart Home Device, Says Parks Associates

New Parks Associates research shows that 23% of U.S. smartphone owners also own a smart home device and over three-fourths of those consumers use their smartphone, tablet, or PC to control their smart home devices at least once per month.

Purchase intentions for smart home devices among U.S. broadband households more than doubled in less than two years, going from 21% in early 2014 to nearly 50% at the end of 2015," said Stuart Sikes, President, Parks Associates. "Safety and more

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