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TV Everywhere Dominates as Viewers Demand Content on Tablets, Smartphones and Other Devices

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TV Everywhere Dominates as ViewersTV Everywhere Dominates as Viewers Demand Content on Tablets, Smartphones and Other Devices PR Newswire MOUNTAIN VIEW, California, Oct. 24, 2013 -- Frost & Sullivan finds video consumer emphasis on optimal QoS and QoE across multiple devices requires a robust monitoring solution Video consumption across non-traditional devices such as tablets, smartphones, PCs and connected PCs evolved exponentially into a global phenomenon that is not restricted to a geographic area or a limited number of service providers. With cable TV service providers offering more applications and interactive content, the rising adoption of IP by broadcasters and video service providers, and the growing consolidation among operators, the global IP video network management market benefited greatly, forecasted to reach $442.4 million in 2017, from $217.8 million in 2012. New analysis from Frost & Sullivan's Global IP Video Network Management Market research finds that by 2016, more than 70 percent of data traffic on mobile devices will be video.
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TV Everywhere Dominates as Viewers Demand Content on Tablets, Smartphones and Other Devices

PR Newswire

-- Frost & Sullivan finds video consumer emphasis on optimal QoS and QoE across multiple devices requires a robust monitoring solution

Video consumption across non-traditional devices such as tablets, smartphones, PCs and connected PCs evolved exponentially into a global phenomenon that is not restricted to a geographic area or a limited number of service providers.  With cable TV service providers offering more applications and interactive content, the rising adoption of IP by broadcasters and video service providers, and the growing consolidation among operators, the global IP video network management market benefited greatly, forecasted to reach $442.4 million in 2017, from $217.8 million in 2012.