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  1. OTT Services: Collaborative Regulation Can Promote Internet Neutrality

    By: Pyramid Research
    , Published: Feb-2016
    , Product code: TC0035IR
    The explosive growth of over-the-top (OTT) services has disrupted the telecommunications market by boosting competition and by creating a phenomenal traffic load on the transport pipes of ISPs. Network providers are using traffic differentiation to manage the increased volume and distribute the cost of additional capacity, which has raised equal-access concerns among online content and service providers and consumers. As many governments around the world strive to address the issue, regulators are grappling with how to maintain Internet equality without discouraging sector growth.
    $3,495.00

  2. OTT Video in Africa & the Middle East: Improving Telecom Infrastructure and Rising 4G Penetration to Support OTT Growth

    By: Pyramid Research
    , Published: Dec-2015
    , Product code: TC0013IR
    OTT video markets in Africa and the Middle East have significant differences largely due to demographics, economic factors and the telecom landscape across countries. Markets with high adoption rates of pay-TV, fixed broadband and mobile broadband see the most robust and innovative OTT ecosystems, such as UAE and Israel. With the increasing popularity of OTT services an increasing number of mobile operators, pay-TV providers, broadcasters and media companies are expanding into the OTT arena either by partnering with OTT players or by launching their own OTT services. Examples of OTT services introduced by mobile operators include eLife ON by Etisalat, which is based in UAE, and mView by Saudi telco Mobily, while broadcaster beIN Sports has its own OTT service called beIN Sports Connect. Pay-TV operator OSN has launched GO across MENA while Times Media Group has an OTT service called VIDI in South Africa. Markets with low pay-TV penetration, low broadband penetration or low smartphone penetration see lower levels of OTT adoption and simpler services. Mobile is increasingly becoming an important medium to deliver OTT service in the region, driven by low bank account penetration and rising mobile data usage.
    $1,195.00

  3. OTT Video in Asia-Pacific: 4G Networks to Boost OTT Growth across Diverse Markets

    By: Pyramid Research
    , Published: Oct-2015
    , Product code: TC0027IR
    OTT video markets in Asia-Pacific differ largely due to demographic and economic factors and the telecom landscape. Markets with high adoption rates of pay-TV, fixed broadband and mobile broadband see the most robust and innovative OTT ecosystems. In South Korea and Singapore, where smartphone and pay-TV penetration rates exceed 80%, there are OTT services that function as linear and SVoD TV-everywhere complements to traditional pay-TV services. These have evolved either through telecom operators or pay-TV providers offering an OTT service themselves, for example Hooq from Singtel, or through broadcasters leveraging their assets on the Internet, like Pooq from South Korea’s terrestrial broadcasters or Toggle from FTA providers in Singapore. OTT services in both markets see heavy traffic from mobile networks. Markets with low pay-TV penetration, low broadband penetration or low smartphone penetration see lower levels of OTT adoption and simpler services.
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  4. Middle East and North Africa: Broadband Growth and Local Content Boosting OTT Video

    By: Pyramid Research
    , Published: Aug-2013
    , Product code: TC0056MR-
    The rising appetite for seamless multiscreen access to video content in the Arab world, combined with the need for renewed growth in the telecom and traditional media markets, is leading to new initiatives in over-the-top video services. The addressable market is substantial, and the absence of global OTT providers is leaving room for regional players.
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  5. Five Factors Driving OTT Video in Emerging Markets: Best Practices for Operators

    By: Pyramid Research
    , Published: May-2013
    , Product code: TC0055MR-
    Third parties like Netflix and Hulu are pushing telcos to use the Internet rather than IPTV as a platform to provide over-the-top video services. Emerging markets are now seeing a lot of activity. This Insider examines the growth of OTT video, identifying five factors that can make a service successful. Case studies on Reliance Communications, Turk Telekom, Rostelecom, Claro and Racsa analyze how operators seek to develop successful business models for OTT video. The Insider concludes with some recommendations.
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