Category: EMEA 2011


Theme: Over-the-top and at the bottom - the video ‘state-of-the-start’

Video is the biggest and fastest growing consumer of broadband capacity. It has been around so long that it is strange to see it reborn in a new guise and at the start again. The published projections for video bandwidth consumption must keep telecom network executives up at night. “Internet video surpasses P2P”, video traffic of all types will, “account for close to 90 percent of consumer traffic by 2012”, “video growth is in its initial stages”, are just a few of the predictions - many are still more frightening. At first glance, one would expect most carriers to be delighted, nevertheless unresolved net neutrality issues, the uncertainty about usage-based billing schemes, and the migration of users from cable TV to over-the-top (OTT) viewing has pay-TV providers reviewing their business models.

OTT Enabling the multiscreen experience

Issue: EMEA 2011 Article no.: 14 Topic: OTT Enabling the multiscreen experience Author: Ian Graham Title: Vice President, EMEA Organisation: Harmonic Inc. PDF size: 262KB About author Ian Graham is Vice President, Europe &...

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The future is fibre

Issue: EMEA 2011 Article no.: 6 Topic: The future is fibre Author: Steve Rasmussen Title: Director Organisation: Siptel PDF size: 289KB About author Steve Rasmussen founded Siptel in 2003, and has been the Managing Director (as...

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The Femtocell grows up & leaves home

Issue: EMEA 2011 Article no.: 7 Topic: The Femtocell grows up & leaves home Author: Nigel Toon Title: CEO & President Organisation: Picochip PDF size: 335KB About author Nigel Toon is the Chief Executive Officer and...

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Challenging ATCA in the telecoms market

Issue: EMEA 2011 Article no.: 9 Topic: Challenging ATCA in the telecoms market Author: Robin Kent Title: Director of European Operations Organisation: Adax Europe PDF size: 262KB About author Robin Kent is Director of European...

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