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...key region includes a full update of detailed metrics including pay-TV revenues, ARPU and a breakdown between subscription and on-demand revenues. Additionally, it is provided in an innovative new PowerPoint-based format. This will provide you ... Read More
...real-estate. In an environment where consumers are increasingly demanding superior experiences at lower price points, operators and OEMs are under steady pressure to re-evaluate the cost and benefits of the various features they support in ... Read More
...challenges facing mobile subscribers and mobile operators with regards to the security of the applications and personal data on subscribers’ smartphones; it will also detail the consumer mobile security strategies being pursued by the Tier-1 ... Read More
...Telefonica. Meanwhile, the North American broadcast sector comfortably maintains its position as the most lucrative TV market worldwide. This status as the world’s most developed broadcast sector means the trends the US is dealing with ... Read More
...they believe that there is a viable business case to launch LTE today – and one-third said that they plan to launch LTE this year. This indicates that now is the right time for operators ... Read More
...an immense market offering a dynamic mix of both highly-developed TV markets and those of enormous potential. This year, Informa’s analysis is provided in our innovative new PowerPoint-based format, which will provide you with insights ... Read More