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Key technologies for telecom digital transformationFebruary 04, 2019IHS Markit recently surveyed 25 leading telecom operators about the following four digital transformation technologies: operator priorities for automation; target use cases and drawbacks of artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning (ML) projects; qualities and hindrances of blockchain; and open-source software versus standards.
Service Provider Digital Transformation Technologies Survey - 2018January 23, 2019Our second report examining telco digital transformation focuses on four technology areas: automation, which is the key to digital transformation, operator plans for using AI and ML, blockchain applications for telecom networks, and the role of open source software versus standardsSubscribers Only
How Netcracker became the first business cloud nutcrackerJanuary 17, 2019Already known for the innovative capabilities that propelled its cloud and SDN/NFV ascension over the past decade, Netcracker, a wholly owned subsidiary of NEC Corporation, never rests on its laurels and keeps pushing the envelope. This time around, though, the bar was lifted very high. Netcracker has developed and launched a new cloud-based service that essentially includes everything the company has in its OSS/BSS product and services offering. Named Business Cloud, the platform leverages Netcracker’s cloud-based SDN/NFV and IT portfolio—from VNFs to orchestration, OSS, BSS, portals, and a digital marketplace—and offers the complete set as a service to whoever needs to build a cloud infrastructure to turn up new digital services. Clients, please log in to view the full content.Subscribers Only
India online video market to reach nearly $2 billion by 2022March 26, 2018IHS Markit expects the market (including advertising and subscription) to reach 36.4 billion rupees ($558.2 million) in terms of revenue in 2018, with year-over-year growth of 50%. The online video market in India has significantly expanded since 2015, with CAGR of 58% between 2015 and 2018 in terms of revenue.Subscribers Only
AWS re:Invent 2017: Amazon’s Alexa becomes business savvyJanuary 09, 2018Amazon Web Services’ (AWS) re:Invent 2017 conference was held in Las Vegas, NV, from November 27 to December 1. There were over 43,000 attendees and an additional 60,000 online viewers. Two keynotes featured Andy Jassy, CEO of AWS, and Werner Vogels, CTO of Amazon, and there were over 1,300 informational and training sessions available that included demos and customer use cases. Clients, please log in to view the full content.Subscribers Only
South Korean broadcasters launch Kocowa, a new online streaming service in the USJuly 28, 2017Three of South Korea's leading broadcasters have launched Kocowa (Korean Content Wave), an online video streaming service, in the US. The service, launched on 24 July, is backed by Korean Content Platform (KCP), a US-based joint venture company between Korean Broadcasting System (KBS), Munhwa Broadcasting Corporation (MBC) and Seoul Broadcasting System (SBS). The service offers content from these broadcasters with English subtitles, with some shows airing six hours after broadcast in South Korea.
On the Extreme Edge, a Double Triple: AT&T Domain 3.0 and Google Cloud 3.0June 22, 2017The “software-defined” focus of telecom means not only separation of the control plane and the data plane with a centralized view of the whole network or its major parts but also a distribution of intelligence—read compute—in stepping stones toward the extreme edge of the network. We hear “edge compute” embodied in such efforts as MEC, at first in “Mobile Edge Compute,” morphing into “Multi-access Edge Compute”.Subscribers Only
Indonesian incumbent telco lifts Netflix banApril 14, 2017PT Telekomunikasi Indonesia (Telkom) and Netflix have entered into an agreement which will unblock the Netflix service on the state-controlled incumbent telecommunications operators network. Deal requires Netflix to fulfill Indonesian regulation whereby its content will go through censorship and the company must form a partnership with a local operator or create a local unit in the country.
HOOQ raised additional USD25 million from its shareholdersJanuary 19, 2017Singtel, Sony Pictures and Warner Bros have invested additional USD25 million in HOOQ, a subscription based online video service. Share distribution between the companies will remain the same following the deal. Singtel owns 65 percent, while the remaining shares are split equally between Sony’s AXN and Warner Bros.
Amazon invests in original content for its Japanese Prime Video serviceJuly 06, 2016Amazon has unveiled its plan to add original content exclusively on its Prime Video service in Japan. There will be 12 new original programmes, including kids’ content, comedy and documentaries, available for Amazon Prime Video subscribers in JapanSubscribers Only
The Return of Big Outsourcing Deals: A Look at VimpelCom/EricssonJune 14, 2016A bit more than 1 month after we shipped our annual Service Provider Outsourcing to Vendors Market Report (5/05/16), in which we forecast moderate growth due to the absence of a major multi-billion dollar deal, Ericsson managed to bag one from VimpelCom—though it’s just $1B!Subscribers Only
China’s enforcement of its latest content regulations shakes foreign media companiesApril 27, 2016China has started implementing its latest content regulations, and big foreign companies are feeling the impact. DisneyLife, the on demand streaming service by Walt Disney and Chinese e-commerce giant Alibaba has gone offline not long after the suspension of Apple's iTunes Movies and iBooks stores in China. Both services had their services operated for less than a year in China, and become unavailable since April 2016.Subscribers Only
Disney partners with Alibaba to launch DisneyLife in ChinaDecember 17, 2015The Walt Disney Company and the Alibaba Group have announced a multi-year licence agreement to launch DisneyLife, a new on-demand streaming service, in China. China will the second market for DisneyLife, after its exclusive launch in the UK in late November.Subscribers Only
PCCW Media launches a new streaming service – Viu OTTNovember 15, 2015PCCW Media has launched Viu OTT, online video streaming service in Hong Kong in October 2015. The service is now operating on a freemium basis with advertisement, the company revealed that paid service will be introduced in the future but the launch date and pricing detail were not disclosed.
Netflix to continue expansion in Asia with 4 new market launchesSeptember 29, 2015The US online streaming service has now confirmed its plan to expand further in Asia in early 2016. New territories will include South Korea, Singapore, Hong Kong, and Taiwan. Subscribers in these countries will gain access to Hollywood and local TV series and movie content, as well as Netflix’s original series.
Alibaba’s Tmall Box Office is now available in ChinaSeptember 15, 2015Tmall Box Office (TBO), an online video service by Chinese ecommerce group Alibaba, has become available in a trial mode via Alibaba’s smart TVs and set-top-boxes after most recent software update. TBO is offering access to local and foreign content; it claims to have more than a thousand movies with hundreds of them being exclusive.Subscribers Only
Netflix partners with SoftBank prior to its launch in JapanAugust 27, 2015The US internet streaming service, Netflix has entered into the partnership with SoftBank, mobile operator in Japan one week prior to its launch in the country.
Bonobo – Rights holders to launch new TVoD service in Japan during Q4 2015July 04, 2015Newly formed industry consortium Japan Contents Group (JCG), plans to launch Bonobo, a Transactional Video on Demand (TVoD) service in Q4 2015. Rights holders will control the selection and pricing of titles available on the service.Subscribers Only
Alibaba joins the Chinese online video battle by offering a new SVoD service in summer 2015June 23, 2015Chinese internet giant, Alibaba will launch an online video service, Tmall Box Office (TBO), in late summer 2015. The company hopes to develop the Chinese equivalent of HBO and Netflix with 90 per cent of content paid for, either by a subscription or on a PPV basis.Subscribers Only
New SVoD service launched in Malaysia and PhilippinesJune 04, 2015Online video subscription service iflix has been launched in Malaysia and Philippines in late May 2015. iflix has secured content deals with local and international content providers, including Twentieth Century Fox , BBC Worldwide, and Warner Bros.