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Rethink TV – Annual Subscription

£2250.00

Rethink TV is an annual subscription service which offers two things - a mini forecast each month on some aspect of OTT video technology plus up to date profiles on the top 100 operators globally in pay OTT deployments. We have forecasts on OTT Streams in Europe and Asia, a forecasts on screen technology, one on the deployment of Recommendation systems, one due shortly on Programmatic Advertising and another on the opportunity in DRM and in the Cloud transcoding market.

A) 12 Forecasts for the year
B) 100 operator profiles each refreshed once each year

We believe this is everything you need to navigate OTT video markets, and survive the rethink of TV.

Annual Forecasts available or due:
1) Forecast paid OTT streams in Europe – TVE and SVoD
2) Forecast paid OTT streams in Asia – TVE and SVoD
3) The Opportunity for OTT DRM
4) The global opportunity for transcoding video
5) The global opportunity for video content delivery (CDNs)
6) The size and growth of the global AVOD market
7) The rise of the US programmatic Ad market
8) The future market for video voice search and control
9) The opportunity for video analytics

Pricing:

$2,500 for an individual license

For group or corporate licenses, or to discuss special pricing for existing customers, please contact [email protected]

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Small Cell Deployments and Key Trends 2014-2021

£1920.00

Rethink Technology RAN Research - Small Cells
Module 1: Small Cell deployments and key trends 2014 - 2021
Published JANUARY 2017

Prices shown are for a single copy, and include VAT for the UK and Europe. If you require a 12 month license with updates, or a multi-user/corporate license, please contact [email protected]

HetNet Deployments and Trends 2014 – 2021

£1920.00

Densification in 2017 will be a real and urgent part of many cellular operators’ strategies to turn the inexorable rise of mobile traffic into profits. In most cases this will be achieved with investment in HetNet (heterogeneous network) architectures, which create a single, integrated pool of capacity and coverage, using multiple cell sizes and base station form factors; multiple spectrum bands including unlicensed, licensed and shared; multivendor equipment; multiple air interfaces including 3G, 4G, WiFi and future 5G; and potentially multi-operator networks.

The 'HetNet deployments and trends' report is 20 pages long, is accompanied by 17 data tables, and can be purchased for $2,000.

Prices shown are for a single copy, and include VAT for the UK and Europe. If you require a 12 month license with updates, or a multi-user/corporate license, please contact [email protected]

Riot Annual Survey, February 2017

£192.00

These are the results of Riot’s inaugural annual survey. In short, we thought it high-time for a survey of our readers, to find out what they have been up to in their respective sectors.

We simply used three mail-shots and a link in our regular email campaigns to collect responses. We didn’t offer incentives, or aggressively bombard our readers with notifications – we simply asked if they had an IoT story they could tell, and pointed them to a survey.

Macro Layer Deployments and Trends 3G to 5G 2014-2021

£1920.00

The wireless forecast included in this report is based on research on the top 40 international mobile operator groups, which account for 80% of the global mobile subscribers (IMG-40). A total of 122 operating companies are included. From this representative group of operators, the macrocell and metrocell forecasts are developed.

Prices shown include VAT for UK and EU, and are for a single user, one-off license. If you would like to subscribe to updates, or purchase a multi-user or corporate license, please call contact John Constant on +44 (0)1794 521 411 or email [email protected]

Riot Labor Automation; Robotics and AI, balancing job losses with wealth creation

£380.00

How will AI and Robotics save US companies $300 billion in salaries by 2030?

Riot Labor Automation; Robotics and AI, balancing job losses with wealth creation

Evidence is mounting that savings from emerging Internet of Things technologies, especially AI and Robotics, will be paid for by an unprecedented number of semi-skilled jobs disappearing all over the world. There will be over 10 million jobs in the US alone, replaced in industry over the next 15 years by Robotics and AI, saving companies hundreds of billions of dollars each year. Globally such savings could eventually reach into trillions of dollars.

Rethink tracks the reasons in this special Riot paper on employment. It comes FREE for paying subscribers to our enterprise IoT service Riot, but can also be purchased separately. In this special report, we dive into a touchy subject pulling no punches.

The impact will come from robotics on the one hand, which cuts jobs associated with the physical world, and AI which slashes them in the digital world. We think of robots as moving atoms, and AI organizing bits. They both have an equally potent bearing on jobs.

Millions of truck drivers will worry about emerging autonomous vehicles. Hundreds of thousands of workers in insurance, engineering, IT helpdesks, customer services, field service engineers, and in the rugged environment of oil and gas will be displaced by AI, and take the eventual casualties to over 10 million job cuts in the US alone. As chat bots are perfected, the axe will begin to fall on these and many other occupations.

It’s hard to extract income tax from a driverless car, and even harder to request worker’s rights for a taxi driven by AI.

These technologies will disrupt economies, deprive governments of vital income tax, but bring huge benefits to the early adopters, and kill off big brands who are too slow to embrace them.

Should we bemoan the loss of these jobs or push as hard as we can to create progress?

The answer is simple. You are either one of the companies making money from these opportunities, or you are part of those being swept aside by the tide of history. The global economy always bounces back.

This report unravels the rate of uptake in Robotics and the frenzy behind AI adoption, which threatens to overtake it, with $12 billion of investment spent across 2,000 AI companies in the past 5 years.

Buy this report now for $400 OR buy an annual subscription to Riot and get this report for FREE plus all the other Riot reports and weekly bulletins. You can purchase an annual subscription via our online store, or email [email protected] for more information.

(UK and EU pricing includes VAT)

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Rethink IoT Mergers & Acquisitions and Significant Deals Done 2017, Q4 – Option 1

£186.00

Option 1 - One time delivery, no updates

The Mergers and Acquisitions list is an archive of mergers and acquisitions that were made since 2014, which can be firmly located within the world of the Internet of Things (IoT). Currently, it defines 64 deals made in 2015, 117 in 2016, and 138 so far in 2017.

The Significant Deals Done list is an archive of significant commercial deals and partnerships that were made since 2014, which can be firmly located within the world of the IoT. It currently charts 130 entries in 2015, 273 in 2016 and 333 so far for 2017.

Priced at $200 for one-time delivery

OR

Subscribe to Riot for $450 and receive:

- Both these lists with quarterly updates
- Free access to all of the Riot Reports (usual price $200 each)
- Weekly news analysis, delivered as a pdf

Riot subscription is available to purchase in our store or contact [email protected]

(UK and EU pricing includes VAT)

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Rethink IoT Mergers & Acquisitions and Significant Deals Done 2017, Q4 – Option 2

£370.00

Option 2 - includes next 3 quarterly updates

The Mergers and Acquisitions list is an archive of mergers and acquisitions that were made since 2014, which can be firmly located within the world of the Internet of Things (IoT). Currently, it defines 64 deals made in 2015, 117 in 2016, and 138 so far in 2017.

The Significant Deals Done list is an archive of significant commercial deals and partnerships that were made since 2014, which can be firmly located within the world of the IoT. It currently charts 130 entries in 2015, 273 in 2016 and 333 so far for 2017.

Priced at $400 for this report, plus the next 3 updates

OR

Subscribe to Riot for $450 and receive:

- Both these lists with quarterly updates
- Free access to all of the Riot Reports (usual price $200 each)
- Weekly news analysis, delivered as a pdf

Riot subscription is available to purchase in our store or contact [email protected]

(UK and EU pricing includes VAT)

Enterprise IoT Security

Enterprise IoT Security: A primer – The current reality, and the storm ahead

£370.00

Failure to apply a structured security architecture to the IoT will mean many IoT projects will fail to happen. This white paper from Rethink’s Riot puts a timescale on how long it will take to put strong security in place and list some helpful steps to ensure IoT can continue apace. This 25 page report walks you through the potential security futures for utilities and automakers, sectors which face huge problems in the short-term. As key industries enter transition periods, there will be terrible consequences if security does not improve...

Buy this report now for $400 OR buy an annual subscription to Riot for $450 and get this report for FREE plus all the other Riot reports and weekly bulletins. You can purchase an annual subscription via our online store, or email [email protected] for more information or for corporate subscriptions.

(UK and EU pricing includes VAT)

Video DRM

The Opportunity ahead for Video DRM 2016 to 2021 – Individual License

£516.00

The Opportunity ahead for Video DRM - Individual License

The global market for customers which require DRM in the streams is across both TVEverywhere and SVoD and this report focuses both globally where TVE are estimated regular users, and SVoD are paying subscribers. This 16 page report shows that there will be over 300 million more devices will require DRM protection licenses over the next 5 years, over the 314 million that use DRM active today in paid video.

This report is aimed at Pay TV operators, pure play OTT Operators, broadcasters, and each of their technology suppliers.

(UK and EU pricing incl VAT)

Video DRM

The Opportunity ahead for Video DRM 2016 to 2021 – Corporate License

£1032.00

The Opportunity ahead for Video DRM - Corporate License

The global market for customers which require DRM in the streams is across both TVEverywhere and SVoD and this report focuses both globally where TVE are estimated regular users, and SVoD are paying subscribers. This 16 page report shows that there will be over 300 million more devices will require DRM protection licenses over the next 5 years, over the 314 million that use DRM active today in paid video.

This report is aimed at Pay TV operators, pure play OTT Operators, broadcasters, and each of their technology suppliers.

(UK and EU pricing incl VAT)

LPWAN

LPWAN Revenue Forecast, 2017 to 2023 – Individual License

£1740.00

INDIVIDUAL LICENSE

LPWAN Global Revenue Forecast 2017—2023 is about Low-Power Wide-Area Networks (LPWANs) necessary to connect vast numbers of IoT devices.

This report contains detailed forecasts of device connections, module and operator revenue, for all the significant LPWAN technologies.

IoT Insurance

Insurance & the Internet of Things – navigating the emergence of the IoT

£370.00

This 24 page paper will outline the impact that new insurers will have on traditional insurers, and examine the transformative impact that the IoT will have on them. It will also document the current insurance industry’s opinion of IoT technologies, and how they will affect their businesses.

Corporate subscriptions available on request, email Roz Hilton at [email protected]

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How the LPWAN market shakes out

£370.00

How the LPWAN market shakes out – a mid-term perspective.

Riot has spent nearly four years writing about the Internet of Things (IoT), and a constant throughout that time has been Low Power Wide Area Networks (LPWAN). We have a unique perspective on the technologies behind this trend, and believe we are well-placed to hold firm opinions on the matter at hand – namely, which LPWAN approaches are going to succeed.

This paper aims to concisely convey our current thinking on the matter, as well as provide a preview of our more in-depth examination of LPWAN.

Buy this paper now for $400, or get it for free when you purchase a subscription to Riot for $450.

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Programmatic Advertising Forecast – Corporate License

£1650.00

2016 was the first in which over 50% of all digital video ad dollars were transacted using programmatic technologies. Video ad spend is growing faster than any other ad format, while mobile video consumption is through the roof with some estimates saying it will increase more than 900% in the next five years.
 
Technologies like the DVR, and new approaches to video such as SVoD, sometimes containing no any advertising (Netflix), are combining with the modern skinny OTT bundle to set the advertising industry a genuine existential challenge. Survival is not a given.

Programmatic Advertising in video is seen as the White Knight, which will save many of the existing market leaders in the advertising market.

But how is this market divided and how can it be categorized? Who are its leading players, what are their technologies and who are their competitors across this new landscape? And how does programmatic advertising affect OTT pay TV, social media video, mobile video and delivery through connected TVs?

The answer to these questions and much more can be found in “Rethink TV - Programmatic Advertising US Forecast & Report 2017-2022” which, over 25 pages, sets out to forecast and explain why programmatic video advertising will reach more than $20 billion in the US alone by 2022.
 
Billions of dollars are at stake. The outcome in the US will be the blueprint that the rest of the world will follow.
 
Those first onboard the programmatic bandwagon will take the largest market share.

The report describes the process across a landscape of OTT pay TV, social media video, mobile video and delivery through connected TVs; and attempts at Programmatic for cable too during that time, but with a slower uptake.

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Cloud Video Transcoding – Single User License

£765.00

The Global Opportunity for Cloud and Software Video Transcoding - Revenue Forecast 2017-2022

Traditional video encoding and transcoding technologies have transitioned to a software-based ecosystem, which, in turn, is being swallowed into a cloud world. These underlying technologies define everything that is possible in video today, and the changing face of this marketplace is pivotal to what is possible with video in the future – and more significantly, determine who will make it possible.

Global transcoding spend by the top 157 global providers of OTT video services will grow to above $2.1 billion by 2022, rising from just over $1 billion in 2017. We have analyzed the changing balance of this revenue opportunity between live and VoD content, between operators and pure play providers, as well as its regional spread.

Disruptive elements in emerging technologies and market trends have been analyzed and discussed in this report, providing insights from key players in the market.

Conclusively, transcoding has stopped being capex and has become opex. The real evidence of the shift to software only encoding has been the success and sale of Elemental to AWS and the acquisition of Envivio by Ericsson. Another key finding is that this market growth will be driven strongly by telcos, as mobile-first viewing becomes an increasingly popular format for TV viewing, closely followed by the cablecos which are also spending big on OTT investments.

This report is aimed at anyone connected with the video industry – pay TV operators, telcos, broadcasters and vendors in both software and hardware.

Companies discussed in this report and/or interviewed are: Akamai, Amazon, Ambarella, AOMedia, Apple, Arris, AT&T, AWS Elemental, Baidu, BAMTech, Brightcove, BT, Comcast, Dell, Deutsche Telekom, Disney, Dolby Labs, Ericsson/Envivio, Facebook, Google, GoPro, Harmonic, HEVC Advance, Hulu, Imagine Communications, Intel, Liberty Global, Keepixo, Korea Telecom, Media Excel, Microsoft, Mozilla, MPEG-LA, Netflix, NHK, NTT DoCoMo, Samsung, Sky, Twitter, V-Nova, Verizon, Vodafone, Warner Brothers, and Wowza.

This report costs $850 for an individual license, or $1,700 for a corporate license. Alternatively, this report comes free as part of the Rethink TV service which costs just $2,500 annually and comes with 100 operator profiles and a monthly forecast about an aspect of video technology

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Cloud Video Transcoding – Corporate License

£1530.00

The Global Opportunity for Cloud and Software Video Transcoding - Revenue Forecast 2017-2022

Traditional video encoding and transcoding technologies have transitioned to a software-based ecosystem, which, in turn, is being swallowed into a cloud world. These underlying technologies define everything that is possible in video today, and the changing face of this marketplace is pivotal to what is possible with video in the future – and more significantly, determine who will make it possible.

Global transcoding spend by the top 157 global providers of OTT video services will grow to above $2.1 billion by 2022, rising from just over $1 billion in 2017. We have analyzed the changing balance of this revenue opportunity between live and VoD content, between operators and pure play providers, as well as its regional spread.

Disruptive elements in emerging technologies and market trends have been analyzed and discussed in this report, providing insights from key players in the market.

Conclusively, transcoding has stopped being capex and has become opex. The real evidence of the shift to software only encoding has been the success and sale of Elemental to AWS and the acquisition of Envivio by Ericsson. Another key finding is that this market growth will be driven strongly by telcos, as mobile-first viewing becomes an increasingly popular format for TV viewing, closely followed by the cablecos which are also spending big on OTT investments.

This report is aimed at anyone connected with the video industry – pay TV operators, telcos, broadcasters and vendors in both software and hardware.

Companies discussed in this report and/or interviewed are: Akamai, Amazon, Ambarella, AOMedia, Apple, Arris, AT&T, AWS Elemental, Baidu, BAMTech, Brightcove, BT, Comcast, Dell, Deutsche Telekom, Disney, Dolby Labs, Ericsson/Envivio, Facebook, Google, GoPro, Harmonic, HEVC Advance, Hulu, Imagine Communications, Intel, Liberty Global, Keepixo, Korea Telecom, Media Excel, Microsoft, Mozilla, MPEG-LA, Netflix, NHK, NTT DoCoMo, Samsung, Sky, Twitter, V-Nova, Verizon, Vodafone, Warner Brothers, and Wowza.

This report costs $850 for an individual license, or $1,700 for a corporate license. Alternatively, this report comes free as part of the Rethink TV service which costs just $2,500 annually and comes with 100 operator profiles and a monthly forecast about an aspect of video technology

programmatic video advertising

Programmatic Advertising Forecast – Single User License

£840.00

2016 was the first in which over 50% of all digital video ad dollars were transacted using programmatic technologies. Video ad spend is growing faster than any other ad format, while mobile video consumption is through the roof with some estimates saying it will increase more than 900% in the next five years.
 
Technologies like the DVR, and new approaches to video such as SVoD, sometimes containing no any advertising (Netflix), are combining with the modern skinny OTT bundle to set the advertising industry a genuine existential challenge. Survival is not a given.

Programmatic Advertising in video is seen as the White Knight, which will save many of the existing market leaders in the advertising market.

But how is this market divided and how can it be categorized? Who are its leading players, what are their technologies and who are their competitors across this new landscape? And how does programmatic advertising affect OTT pay TV, social media video, mobile video and delivery through connected TVs?

The answer to these questions and much more can be found in “Rethink TV - Programmatic Advertising US Forecast & Report 2017-2022” which, over 25 pages, sets out to forecast and explain why programmatic video advertising will reach more than $20 billion in the US alone by 2022.
 
Billions of dollars are at stake. The outcome in the US will be the blueprint that the rest of the world will follow.
 
Those first onboard the programmatic bandwagon will take the largest market share.

The report describes the process across a landscape of OTT pay TV, social media video, mobile video and delivery through connected TVs; and attempts at Programmatic for cable too during that time, but with a slower uptake.

Riot – Rethink IoT – Annual Subscription – Group License

£1470.00

Rethink Internet of Things (Riot) is the weekly news and analysis service covering the latest events in the Internet of Things.

GBP and Euro pricing includes VAT

A Riot subscription consists of valuable weekly insight on the hottest topics of the week, delivered by e-mail as a PDF file, as well as hosted behind our website pay-wall.

Separately, readers receive a round-up section providing a curated IoT news summary and items from "Around the Web". This part is published at the beginning of the week.

Paid subscribers are also given access to our range of IoT reports and databases, which are delivered in monthly intervals.

For the rest of 2017, we are focusing on the following 4 major topics, while still covering subordinate IoT topics:
* Artificial Intelligence / Machine Learning
* The impact of IoT on enterprises/operators
* Automotive transitions and self-driving technology
* Utility Transformation and smart grids

You need to buy Riot if one of these is a key area for you. Riot’s agenda concentrates on dramatic change. Each week it examines one topic in each of these subjects that has the most potential to be transformative - and we will cover it in depth.


At the end of each month, Riot will send a deliverable to paid subscribers. These include:

* M&A + Significant Deals Done (SDD) quarterly databases updates
* Technology Profiles outlining IoT leaders and their deployments
* Reports / Whitepapers
* The findings of our annual reader survey

Report topics currently planned include:

- The impact of automation on the labor market
- How enterprise security will embrace the IoT
- How insurance will respond to new technology waves
- The State of LPWAN Today

Paid subscribers also receive access to Riot's report archive, which currently includes:

The Five Myths of the IoT
How smart grids solve the global energy problem
Self-Driving Cars: the death of the auto industry as we know it
Mergers & Acquisitions and Significant Deals Done
The Riot Annual Survey
Riot Labor Automation; Robotics and AI, balancing job losses with wealth creation

Riot – Rethink IoT – Annual Subscription – Corporate License

£2940.00

Rethink Internet of Things (Riot) is the weekly news and analysis service covering the latest events in the Internet of Things.

GBP and Euro pricing includes VAT

A Riot subscription consists of valuable weekly insight on the hottest topics of the week, delivered by e-mail as a PDF file, as well as hosted behind our website pay-wall.

Separately, readers receive a round-up section providing a curated IoT news summary and items from "Around the Web". This part is published at the beginning of the week.

Paid subscribers are also given access to our range of IoT reports and databases, which are delivered in monthly intervals.

For the rest of 2017, we are focusing on the following 4 major topics, while still covering subordinate IoT topics:
* Artificial Intelligence / Machine Learning
* The impact of IoT on enterprises/operators
* Automotive transitions and self-driving technology
* Utility Transformation and smart grids

You need to buy Riot if one of these is a key area for you. Riot’s agenda concentrates on dramatic change. Each week it examines one topic in each of these subjects that has the most potential to be transformative - and we will cover it in depth.


At the end of each month, Riot will send a deliverable to paid subscribers. These include:

* M&A + Significant Deals Done (SDD) quarterly databases updates
* Technology Profiles outlining IoT leaders and their deployments
* Reports / Whitepapers
* The findings of our annual reader survey

Report topics currently planned include:

- The impact of automation on the labor market
- How enterprise security will embrace the IoT
- How insurance will respond to new technology waves
- The State of LPWAN Today

Paid subscribers also receive access to Riot's report archive, which currently includes:

The Five Myths of the IoT
How smart grids solve the global energy problem
Self-Driving Cars: the death of the auto industry as we know it
Mergers & Acquisitions and Significant Deals Done
The Riot Annual Survey
Riot Labor Automation; Robotics and AI, balancing job losses with wealth creation

Recommendation and Discovery to 2020

£935.00

This report looks at the players in this sector of the OTT market. Recommendation and Discovery is the only report on the market that offers revenue forecasts.

Priced at $995 this report is 44 pages long, delivers analysis and forecasts in the recommendation and discovery markets.

Transformation Economics

£420.00

How to steer your business through continuous technology change?

Rethink Technology Research has begun to pioneer a series of forecasts that focus on deep industry changes, we specialize in asking questions about when an industry starts and ends or goes into its next phase, and when it is going through a major contraction.

This report is 56 pages long and costs $450.
UK and EU pricing includes VAT.

Small Cell Deployments and Installed Base Published May 2016

£1524.00

Rethink Technology RAN Research - Small Cells
Module 1: Small cell Deployments and Installed Base 2015 - 2020
Published MAY 2016

Prices Include VAT for the UK and Europe

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Enterprise Small cells forecast – Updated May 2016

£1524.00

Rethink Technology RAN Research - Small Cells
Module 2: Enterprise small cells 2015 - 2020
Enterprise small cell market forecast - UPDATED MAY 2016

Prices Include VAT for the UK and Europe

Broadcaster catch-up stimulates German OTT market

£600.00

A 60 page report on the German OTT video market,
Germany has long been behind the curve in European pay TV, but stimulated by the arrival of HbbTV and the acceptance which has come with Broadcast Catch-up, paid OTT is turning into a huge fight for dominance in the largest European market.

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.

German catch-up holding OTT break-through at bay

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