IP Set Top Box Shipments to Increase Over 1 Million in 2011, Says In-Stat

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Worldwide set top box revenue, as a whole, will decline slightly in 2011 over 2010, with Latin America and Middle East/Africa the only regions showing any increase in shipments. However, despite the general maturation of the market, IP set top box shipments are forecast to increase by over 1 million units in 2011 according to In-Stat (http://www.in-stat.com).

The most interesting development in the market is service provider solutions to distributing content throughout the home, says Norm Bogen, VP Digital Entertainment. Direct TV, for example, supplies a satellite STB as the ‘big box’ in the home’s media...

Worldwide set top box revenue, as a whole, will decline slightly in 2011 over 2010, with Latin America and Middle East/Africa the only regions showing any increase in shipments. However, despite the general maturation of the market, IP set top box shipments are forecast to increase by over 1 million units in 2011 according to In-Stat (http://www.in-stat.com).

“The most interesting development in the market is service provider solutions to distributing content throughout the home,” says Norm Bogen, VP Digital Entertainment. “Direct TV, for example, supplies a satellite STB as the ‘big box’ in the home’s media center while providing IP STBs, now referred to as ‘thin IP clients’, for delivering content to different rooms in the home. This is certainly impacting the IP STB market in a positive way.”

Recent research findings include:

  •     North American IP set top box revenue will increase by 22% in 2011.
  •     In 2011, 17% of all set top boxes will include a DVR.
  •     In 2011, 72% of all satellite set top boxes in Europe will be high definition.
  •     Nearly 670,000 cable set top boxes will be shipped in Latin America in Q3’11.

Recent In-Stat research, 1Q'11 Set Top Box Database Update (#IN1104988STBD), covers the worldwide market for set top boxes. This research tracks:

  •     Set top box (STB) unit shipments, revenues, and average selling prices (ASPs) on a quarterly basis.
  •     Operator segmentation for cable, satellite, telco IPTV, and digital terrestrial TV.
  •     Regional segmentation for North America, Europe, Middle East/Africa, Latin America, and Asia.
  •     Functional segmentation for high definition (HD), standard definition (SD), and digital video recording (DVR).

For a free sample of the report and more information, please contact Elaine Potter: epotter(at)in-stat (dot)com or (480) 483-4441.

To purchase it online, please visit: http://www.instat.com/catalog/mmcatalogue.asp?id=639

The price is $6,995 (US).

Related In-Stat research:

Web-to-TV Hybrid Set Top Boxes in Six Regions

Saturation Impacts the Global Satellite Set Top Box Market

Global DTT Set Top Box Market: Riding the Digital Airwaves

Worldwide IP Set Top Boxes: Moving Beyond the Telco

The Worldwide Cable Set Top Box Market: Challenges and Opportunities

For more information, contact:

Norm Bogen, VP Research, Digital Entertainment
Phone: 480-609-4536
Email: nbogen(at)in-stat(dot)com

Elaine Potter, Marketing Coordinator
Phone: 480-483-4441
Email: epotter(at)in-stat(dot)com

Report Info:

  • Title: 1Q'11 Set Top Box Database Update
  • Service: Set Top Box Database
  • Product Number: IN1104988STBD
  • Publication Date: July 2011
  • Report Size: 34 Tables
  • Price: $6,995 U.S. Dollars
  • Members Only Access: HTML and Excel
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