|[February 04, 2013]
Research and Markets: Consumer Electronic Devices Get Connected to the Home Network: By 2014 Digital Televisions (DTVs) Will Supplant STBs as the Predominant Connected Device
DUBLIN --(Business Wire)--
Research and Markets (http://www.researchandmarkets.com/research/v38fwc/consumer)
has announced the addition of the "Consumer
Electronic Devices Get Connected to the Home Network" report to
As refinements are occurring for home networking technologies, and
households in developed and emerging markets are experiencing a
significant increase in broadband throughput, the trend toward consumer
electronics devices being connected is growing.
Within the realm of connected devices, set-top boxes (STBs) (including
digital cable, satellite, IP/DSL and digital terrestrial) led the way in
2011. However, by 2014 digital televisions (DTVs) will supplant STBs as
the predominant connected device, representing a 37.0% share of the
total connected device market in that year.
This rport analyzes the consumer electronics devices that are being
connected, as well as the networks that support the connectivity, by
device type and by region. Presented are worldwide and regional
forecasts for Blu-ray devices, video game consoles, DTVs, set-top boxes
and streaming media players as well as the number of those devices that
are and will be connected.
The deliverable is comprised of a PDF and an accompanying Excel data
Key Topics Covered:
Introduction: Digital Content Delivery and the Digital Media Home
The Three Laws of Digital Content Delivery
Media Companies and the Digital Content Delivery Business
Impact of the Three Laws on the Content Delivery Value Chain.
The Pay TV Business Model with Respect to Connected Devices
The Evolution of the Digital Media Home
The Digital Home Tech Stack.
The Market Opportunity for Connected Devices
Home Networking Business Strategies and Deployments
Drivers for Connected Device Usage: The New Digital Home
Pay TV and Telephones: The Bandwidth Harbingers
Broadband: The Other Bandwidth Technology.
Home Networking Penetration: Untangling WLAN, Ethernet and Other
Regional Drivers for Connected Device Adoption in Developed and Emerging
Trends in Connected Devices
Three Connected Device Segments: STBs, Standalone Media Devices and PCs
Standalone Media Devices
Connected Device Forecast
List of Figures
List of Tables
For more information visit http://www.researchandmarkets.com/research/v38fwc/consumer
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