The overall set-top box market, including cable, satellite, IP and hybrid set-tops, will grow modestly in 2012, to $14.7 billion (€12 billion), according to market research firm Infonetics Research.
Its report suggests that future set-top revenue declines will be offset in part by a shift from cable set-tops to hybrid IP/QAM receivers and from satellite set-tops to hybrid IP/DVB-S receivers, the fastest growing set-top segment. It also found that Motorola is maintaining its worldwide revenue share lead among set-top box manufacturers, followed closely by Cisco and Pace.
Infonetics also forecasts that the global video infrastructure market, including IPTV, cable and satellite video infrastructure, will grow by 9% in 2012, to over US$875 million. Much of the future growth in the video infrastructure market will come from MPEG-4 HD encoders, Infonetics said.
Insight TV launches on Polsat Box and Netia in Poland digitaltveurope.com/2022/01/21/ins… https://t.co/cIU6SJaPAa
21 January 2022 @ 19:00:00 UTC
DTVE: the week in view – @Netflix’s ‘poor’ results serve as reflection of pull-forward pandemic and a competitive s… twitter.com/i/web/status/1…
21 January 2022 @ 18:30:00 UTC