There is no argument that internet video traffic is growing rapidly. Cisco predicts that global IP video traffic will be 82% of all consumer internet traffic by 2020, up from 70% in 2015. Findings from Digital TV Research show global over-the-top (OTT) TV and video revenues for 100 countries will more than double between 2015 and 2021, reaching $64.78 billion.
The sheer amount of internet traffic and the demand for HD content delivery present a huge opportunity as well as challenge for any on-demand content provider who has an ambition to reach global audiences.
At the DTG Summit 2015 we shared a new infographic which was created to illustrate the end to end ecosystem and, by charting that, help foster further collaboration with other key innovators and enablers throughout the industry.
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Nickelodeons have come and gone, and movies have since gone through many transformations in how they’re made, distributed and viewed.
Research shows that just a one-second delay in page-load time equals 11 percent fewer page views, a 16 percent decrease in customer satisfaction, and a 7 percent loss in conversions
Netflix has created its own single-purpose content delivery network (CDN) to stream movies and TV shows to its customers. Equinix's Chris Sharp explains the benefits and why other media companies should take note.