We have a total of ten separately detailed profiles for Germany; which cover Deutsche Telekom, Unitymedia, Kabel Deutschland, M7 Deutschland, Tele Columbus, and Sky Deutschland; as well as the pure play OTT providers Zattoo, Maxdome, Watchever, and Magine TV.
The Germany report and forecast covers all of these, with the addition of the broadcasters RTL, ARD, ZDF, and ProSiebenSat.1; as well as pure play providers Netflix, Amazon, and Videoload.
The numbers associated with the Internet of Things (IoT) are both huge (anything from 50 billion to 100 billion objects to be connected by 2020, generating, by some forecasts, $800bn in revenues) and tiny (sensors the size of dust particles).
The extremes themselves make the subject compelling, as does the name, with its sense of a whole new future unfolding like a sci-fi movie in our own lifetimes.
For more information about the SON deployments and key trends 2015 to 2020 click below for a brochure and to view a blank set of data tables that come with the report
It has been a number of years since Faultline has taken a close look at the set top in a report, reviewing its future role and likely feature set changes.
In this free comprehensive review of set top technology and market drivers, we investigate the main topics that are redefining the future for set tops:
This report looks at the fledgling smart grids sector of today and views it as the beginning of a large transition away from existing electricity capacity to a series of decentralized networks distributing power on the edge.