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IPTV for Telcos: Competing in a Converged Telecoms Market.

eBook (PDF), 108 Pages
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The days of the monopoly of the incumbent operator are long gone, with regulators striving for further deregulation, the increased competition from new entrants means the average revenue derived per user from voice is declining for incumbents. Operators are changing tact, rather than merely shifting “bits”, the trend is towards service convergence and blending (moving higher up the value chain). The digital broadcast industry (also a highly competitive market with declining traditional advertising revenues) is being courted by fixed telecommunications operators-telcos, to bring about Internet protocol television (IPTV): video (multimedia) content via telcos broadband IP networks. Hitherto closed platform model of telcos is giving way to an open approach, well partially, with third parties getting involved at different levels of the value chain. This book evaluates launching an IPTV service from commercial and technical perspectives with the fixed line operator in mind.
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Product Details

Edition
First Edition
Publisher
Peter Ariyibi
Published
September 29, 2011
Language
English
Pages
108
File Format
PDF
File Size
1.2 MB

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