London, UK (PRWEB) March 01, 2012
By 2015, the number of IPTV subscribers globally is expected to grow from 53 million in 2011 to 105.1 million, with a CAGR of 18.7%, whereas the service revenue for the world IPTV market will grow at a CAGR of 20% to reach USD 45.3 billion. With certain regions such as Europe and North America having seen very good IPTV subscriber growth, there are still areas like Latin America and Southeast Asia that have not got under way with IPTV and where major government and regulatory issues still need to be dealt with.
IPTV service providers tend to move away from pure-play IPTV services and add new and innovative ways to deliver content to their customers, which enables them with more flexibility necessary to meet new threats from competitive pay-TV services.
New report “IPTV Global Forecast: 2011 to 2015 Report” drawn up by MRG Multimedia Research Group (MRG) has been recently published by Market Publishers Ltd.
Title: IPTV Global Forecast: 2011 to 2015 Report
Published: February, 2012
Price: US$ 5,200 http://marketpublishers.com/report/technologies_electronics/telecommunications/iptv_global_forecast_2010_to_2014.html
The study features the most recent information on current IPTV deployments from pole to pole, as well a forecast for IPTV subscribers, service revenue, and system revenue from 2011 to 2015. At large, the report breaks down the IPTV ecosystem into nine industry segments as well as splits the market into four regions around the world: Europe, Asia, North America and ROW. The review provides a global market summary by way of identifying over 930 service providers worldwide offering IPTV services.
Industry segments covered include: DSL subscribers, IPTV subscribers, access systems, video headend encoder systems, video-on-demand server software licenses, set-top boxes, middleware software licenses, content protection/digital rights management (CP/DRM) software licenses, and system integration and professional services.
1 Executive Summary
2 Global Outlook for IPTV
2.1 Europe Leading the Way
2.1.2 Benelux Countries: Belgium, Luxembourg and the Netherlands
2.1.3 France Continues to Lead the World
2.1.7 Italian IPTV Market Moving Toward Regional Networks/OTT
2.1.10 Scandinavian Countries: Denmark, Norway, Sweden
2.1.12 U.K. A Tough Market for IPTV
2.2 IPTV Showing Early Growth in Eastern Europe
2.2.1 Bosnia and Herzegovina
2.2.4 Czech Republic
2.3 Momentum in Asia Shifting to China
2.3.2 China: Growing Quickly in Some Regions
2.3.3 IPTV Continues to Thrive in Hong Kong
2.3.4 IPTV Still Nascent in India and Pakistan
2.3.5 Japan’s Growth Slowing
2.3.6 Korea Moves to Full Broadcast IPTV
2.3.7 New Zealand
2.3.8 Taiwan Continues Gains
2.3.9 Activities in Other Asian Countries
2.4 AT&T and Verizon Driving North American IPTV
2.4.1 Canadian Telcos Adopting IPTV
2.4.2 Large U.S. Incumbents Leading the Way
2.5 IPTV Emerging in the Rest-of-the-World (ROW)
More new research reports by the publisher can be found at MRG page.