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YouTube driving mobile video growth in Africa

YouTube driving mobile video growth in Africa

Sandvine, a provider of intelligent broadband network solutions for fixed and mobile operators, has released its latest Global Internet Phenomena Report focusing on Africa, Asia-Pacific and the Middle East.  The…

Verizon: live streaming made easy

Jason Friedlander, Director of Solutions Engineering for Verizon Digital Media Services, introduces their latest major enhancement; Live Events Manager. This application means any content provider – however large or small…

Ericsson: Mobile viewing nears parity with TV

Viewers are watching more content on mobile as viewing time moves closer to parity with fixed TV viewing, Ericsson’s latest ConsumerLab research. Revealed at MIPCOM, Ericsson’s latest study said the…

51% online video plays on mobile devices

Ooyala has published its Q2 2016 Global Video Index, drawing insights from more than 3.5 billion video analytic events per day from 220 million viewers across the world. This quarter,…

TVPlayer extends multiscreen service with Samsung

TVPlayer, the UK’s online TV platform with over one million viewers, has announced that its multiscreen service will be among the first streaming video platforms to be pre-installed on all…

Mobile TV market soon to boom

The global market for mobile TV is exceedingly fragmented and the top 10 players accounted for a mere 23.3 per cent in 2015, according to Transparency Market Research (TMR). These…

Mobile video 75% of 4G traffic by 2020

Huawei and Ovum, a global technology research and advisory firm, have jointly released the “The Evolution of Big Video – Examining telco transformation video opportunities”. This paper covers the current…

Optus takes cap off entertainment streaming

Optus takes cap off entertainment streaming

Australian telco Optus is expanding its mobile entertainment offering, giving eligible postpaid mobile customers the ability to stream movies, TV and music without tapping into their monthly data allowance. “Our…

Sinclair deploy Bursts across US

Burst, the mobile video technology company that enables broadcasters, media companies, rights holders and brands to instantly deliver mobile video to broadcast, OTT and digital, has announced that Sinclair Broadcast…

Mobile to become main online video platform

This year will see mobile devices will overtake ‘fixed devices’ to become the main platform for viewing online video, according to Zenith’s Online Video Forecasts 2016. Consumers around the world…