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The Global Internet Phenomena Report

The Global Internet Phenomena Report

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September 2019

SUMMARY

This report highlights the Over-the-top-content (OTT) fragmentation which the market is already experiencing even before some large companies enter the market.

The paper mentions the significant rise in operator IPTV services that consumers are enjoying. The total share of video has not gone through any changes, though consumers are changing some time from Netflix to their IPTV services, and the operator is offering more value in their set-top boxes, the document adds. The percentage of the large OTT players remained pretty stable though the percentage of mobile video saw a decrease while the share of operator video increased.

This means for IPTV operators that consumers are remaining loyal to their service. People will also be required to have more bandwidth at home because long-form and large screen video requires more bandwidth to achieve high quality. At the same time, this also means that expectations for network quality are higher– because consumers who are paying for a video service expect quality. 

This trend has also translated into the ongoing relevance of file sharing - this is still a large source of internet traffic. The document explains that users that cannot afford to subscribe to all of the different services available resort to file sharing to have the most recent original content.

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OUTLINE

Introduction

Executive Overview

Global Application Category Traffic Share 

Global Trends

Americas

EMEA

APAC

Streaming video traffic share, gaming traffic share, social media traffic share, messagging traffic share, streaming traffic share

DETAILS

Overview

Researchfinder Rating
5 out of 5 stars
Title
The Global Internet Phenomena Report
Sub-Title
September 2019
Region
Global
Published
Sept. 15, 2019
Publisher
Sandvine
Price
FREE
Language
ENGLISH

Content

Number of Pages
23
Number of Tables
0
Number of Exhibits
19
Topics
cloud, mobile
Tags
cloud computing, gaming industry, global, mobile, mobile advertising, Netflix, Sandvine, social media, telecommunication, video, video piracy, voice assistant
Companies mentioned
Facebook, Amazon, Disney, TikTok, NHK, Canal+, Netflix, YouTube, HBO,Twitch, Hulu, HBO Go, Instagram, BBC, DirecTV Now, Rakuten TV, Apple, Daum Pot Player, Sky, ZDF Mediathek, Kartina TV, Red Bull
Methodology
The data in this report is drawn from the publisher’s installed base of more than 160 Tier 1 and Tier 2 fixed, mobile, and WiFi operators.
EVALUATION

This most valuable aspect of this report is its quality content, great graphs, and nice layout.

Positives:

  • Appealing design
  • Quality content and insightful findings
  • Understandable language
  • Great graphs

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