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Connected TV Devices to Double by 2017

July 24, 2014

A new study from the NPD Group predicts that connected TV devices in U.S. homes will double by 2017, reaching to over 204 million. These “connected devices” encompass everything from Roku players and Chromecasts to Smart TVs and video game consoles. More on the study from FierceCable.

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July 17, 2014

Report: IPTV Subs Will Double by 2020

A new report forecasts that IPTV subscribers will reach 191 million worldwide by the end of 2020, which would be more than double the 90 million recorded at the end of 2013. CableLabs continues to…

July 14, 2014

SCTE Symposium Lineup Set

CableLabs will be well represented at the DOCSIS/Wireless symposium hosted by SCTE just ahead of the Cable-Tec Expo. The symposium will be held on Monday, Sept. 22, from 9:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. Topics will include…

July 10, 2014

CableLabs Developing GPON-Focused Specs

As reported by Multichannel News and others, CableLabs is in the process of developing specifications which will allow for DOCSIS-style provisioning on GPON networks. From Jeff Baumgartner: “Supporting DOCSIS provisioning on GPON will benefit MSOs that…

July 7, 2014

Will Smartphones Jump-start 4K Adoption?

Interesting take on 4K video adoption from Re/Code.  Dawn Chmielewski takes a look at the chasm between the number of smartphones capable of recording 4K videos and the availability of 4K TVs on the market….

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