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The Opportunities 5G Mobile Technology Holds for Operators

Fri, Feb 24, 2017 | by Leonid Berkovich

Considering that the 5G standard won’t even be ratified by the ITU until 2020, there is an impressive momentum building behind it already. And the reason why is because, from video delivery to the Internet of Things, it really does change everything.

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Topics: 5G, 5G Mobile Technology, 5G Video, Cisco, Ericsson, Mobile video, Mobile World Congress, MWC, MWC 2017, Uncategorized

10 Years After the iPhone: How Mobile Video Streaming Has Changed

Fri, Feb 17, 2017 | by Nardit Mosacho

Back in February 2007, anyone interested in the emerging technology of mobile video streaming was preparing for MWC 2007 in Barcelona, where the newly-launched Apple iPhone was sure to be a major talking point. With this year’s show coming up soon, it’s very interesting to look back at quite how far we have come.

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Topics: iPhone, Mobile, Mobile video, mobile video streaming, Mobile World Congress, MWC, MWC 2017, Steve Jobs, Uncategorized

Hot TV News: TV Everywhere Viewing up 102%; Netflix Going Global; and the Importance of Mining Data | Viaccess-Orca Blog

Thu, Mar 3, 2016 | by Andy Stout

 

 

Figures from the Adobe Digital Index show that the amount of TV Everywhere viewing has more than doubled over the past year. Meanwhile, Netflix’ global pricing comes under scrutiny as its potential to curb piracy is acknowledged. And operators are urged to use Big Data wherever possible to start thinking in terms of television watching individuals rather than households.

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Topics: OTT, TV Everywhere, Adobe Digital Index, Apple TV, Big Data, COMPASS, Content Discovery, Industry, Localisation, Mobile World Congress, Netflix, Ovum, Turkey, TVE

9 Things To Do In Barcelona While At MWC 16

Thu, Feb 18, 2016 | by Andy Stout

 

MWC is a great show held in an even greater city. Here are 9 things to do if you get to escape from the showfloor for a couple of hours.

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Topics: Barcelona, city guide, Events, events, GSMA, Mobile, Mobile World Congress, MWC, MWC 2016

CEO Insight: Why the Orange Spain Service Caught the Eye at TV Connect?

Thu, Apr 17, 2014 | by François Moreau de Saint-Martin

 

During two recent shows (Mobile World Congress, Barcelona, and TV Connect, London), I have been impressed by the level of interest in the Orange Spain service.

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Topics: TV Everywhere, deployment, Events, Industry, IPTV, Mobile World Congress, multi-screen, Orange Polska, TV Connect

Infographic: The Rise of TV Everywhere (TVE) - VO.Blog

Tue, Feb 4, 2014 | by Efrat Fenigson

 

Pay TV providers are finding it ever more challenging to keep up with the changes brought by TV Everywhere and Over-the-Top (OTT) services. Nonetheless, as the TV market continues to evolve at a rapid pace, industry players must adopt OTT and TV Everywhere services in order to remain relevant.

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Topics: Infographic, OTT, TV Everywhere, VOD, Content service providers, Industry, mobile devices, Mobile World Congress, multi-screen, Netflix, Over the Top, PayTV, Portfolio, premium tv service, Second Screen, smartphone apps, Smartphones, subscriptions, Tablets, TV, tv everywhere user, TV industry, tv marketplace, TVE, User Experience, UX

Hot TV Industry News of the Week - March 21 2014

Fri, Mar 1, 2013 | by Efrat Fenigson

 

Not only at Mobile World Congress in Barcelona did we see a major focus on engagement through second screens, but also in this week’s industry news, from the BBC’s sport app success, to American Idol’s push for audience engagement. Social TV, new applications, and ‘everywhere access’ are all part of this next-generation era.

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Topics: American Idol, BBC, Industry, Mobile World Congress, multi-screen, MWC, NY Times, Rapid TV News, Second Screen, Social TV

Deep Metadata Aggregation – Argo Case Study - VO Blog

Tue, Feb 26, 2013 | by Ofer Weintraub

 

The time has come to transform the way we consume and engage with content using a companion screen. Following intensive analysis of how people watch TV, DEEP (Data Enrichment and Engagement Platform) was developed to revolutionize and enrich the second screen content experience. By providing valuable metadata in the form of automated digital magazines that can be used at all stages of the viewing process, DEEP enables viewers to enjoy a rich and enlightening experience. Before watching a program, viewers can examine discovery content. During the program, viewers can access content that promotes interaction and engagement. Once the program has ended, viewers can enjoy post-content learning, education and exploration. DEEP goes all the way to the Oscars Let's put this in a specific context for a better perspective. The film “Argo” garnered three awards at the Oscars, including the coveted Best Picture Award. This will surely spike its DVD and Blu-ray sales. Once viewers open the second screen app, DEEP will automatically create an aggregated digital magazine that transforms metadata on “Argo” from numerous sources into interesting stories. Viewers can access the tastefully arranged data and stories at any point in the film. The magic lies within the semantic algorithms that are used. Here's a sneak peek of what the digital magazine for “Argo” would look like: Below, you will see how DEEP created a list of the movie’s themes, settings, and characters. Only qualified themes deemed interesting by Internet users will be presented. Click on the theme, and another magazine on that subject will be produced. Of course, viewers can always swipe back.

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Topics: Argo, Best Picture Award, Content Discovery, Data Enrichment and Engagement Platform, DEEP, Events, Mobile World Congress, MWC, Ofer Weintraub, Oscars, Portfolio, Second Screen, Second Screen Application, Second Screen Apps

MMWC - TVcheck in Action | Viaccess-Orca Blog

Tue, Feb 26, 2013 | by Efrat Fenigson

 

See how you can check-in to TV shows, comment with your friends on social channels, get recommendations and play live games with TVcheck, Orange's second screen application.

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Topics: Customers, COMPASS, Content Discovery, Content Recommendations, Events, Mobile World Congress, MWC, Portfolio, Second Screen, Second Screen App, Second Screen Application, Social TV, TVcheck

DEEP in Person | Viaccess-Orca Blog

Tue, Feb 26, 2013 | by Efrat Fenigson

 

See Ofer Weintraub, Viaccess-Orca's EVP of Innovation, showcasing DEEP -- a unique second screen application that creates personalized magazines for viewers.

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Topics: DEEP, Events, Mobile World Congress, MWC, Ofer Weintraub, Portfolio, Second Screen, Second Screen App, Second Screen Application

 

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