It was only a matter of time before DOCSIS 3.0 swept the cable industry. The benefits that DOCSIS 3.0 IP capabilities can deliver—more content, more mobility, more personalization, all at a lower cost—are simply too great to ignore. That industry evolution is now picking up speed, and I’m happy to report that Cisco is leading the pack in DOCSIS 3.0 technologies.
LightReading recently published quarterly market share estimates for August 2011. The upshot: Cisco is maintaining “a hammerlock” on the CMTS market, with a global market share of about 60 percent.
ACG Research (ACG Market Release 2Q11 Worldwide Video Infrastructure) found similar results, stating that Cisco’s CMTS market share grew by nearly 3 points last quarter to a commanding 65.8 percent of the market. Read More »
Tags: cmts, comcast, docsis, ip, Lightreading, market share, motorola, Service Provider
Roland Klemann believes one thing, when it comes to service providers and consumer experience: Something has to change. As today’s consumers look for new experiences, across multiple locations, screens, and sources, the service providers who deliver those very signals need to step up their game.
It starts with knowing what consumers want. In his 60 minute business briefing at this week’s IBC Show (Monday, Sept. 12, noon-1pm Pacific Time, IBC 2011 Connected World (Hall 13), Rooms G102-G103) Roland will discuss the results of recently concluded consumer research about cloud-based services, like remote storage and personalization, and pull from our “Future of Television” research, which highlights the predictions of 50 television experts. Read More »
Tags: cloud-based service, consumer, future of television, IBC, ip, Service Provider
How does a business become a category leader that fully leverages their online activity for market development and growth? I’ve previously described the process of using social media as an online lead generating tool, attracting prospective customers towards the corporate website.
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Tags: internet, London 2012, Service Provider, small business, social commerce, video
If it’s September and you’re visiting Amsterdam, there’s a good chance you’re attending the International Broadcasters Conference or IBC. As the main global show involved with the production AND delivery of video, it seems that the vast majority of people on my plane were involved with encoding, decoding, or transporting video. The result is a techno-invasion of nearly 50,000 people in a medium sized city, cramping hotels, restaurants, roads, and the RAI convention center. Think of it as a physical metaphor for the video wave that is coming… Read More »
Tags: broadcast, IBC, Service Provider, videoscape
If you’ve been wondering about the actual intersections between consumers, video entertainment, and the cloud, check out Monday’s IBE publication article.
Titled “The Future of Consumer Entertainment: Delivered Through the Network-Enabled Cloud,” the article identifies six use cases for the business of consumer clouds. Why do it, short version? Try a potential $8.6 billion in service provider revenues by 2015, for cloud-based services. Read More »
Tags: cloud, consumer, ibe, ibe news, ibe publication, Service Provider