2011 Connected Home Survey: Home Networking

IDC
September 1, 2011
25 Pages - SKU: IDC6506755

This IDC study presents a cut of the results from IDC's 2011 Connected Home Survey, focusing on the results related to home networking and data applications on the home network. The survey was completed in July 2011 and included 1,504 respondents, all of whom are U.S. adults who subscribe to broadband Internet access at home.

"Networked entertainment applications are clearly on the upswing among home network owners, but so is interest in a wide variety of applications beyond simple data networking. Consumers now have broad experience with both devices and services that can take advantage of the home network infrastructure, and that represents an opportunity for players throughout the connected home market," says Jonathan Gaw, research manager of IDC's Connected Home program.




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