Our hope is that this report will merely be Rethink TV’s introduction into the world of sustainability within video, provoking conversation and contributions from across the ecosystem by the next time we refresh this model. As the title suggests, this first report is simply an ‘investigation’ into energy consumption, and not a definitive reading as other initiatives like Greening of Streaming are trying to achieve.More Information
The forecast shows there are growing opportunities in enterprises, within private networks, and with operators, within public macro networks. Growth is also shown via the consumer side through the provision of services dedicated to use cases such as UHD video delivery, conferencing and mobile gaming.
Network slicing is a work in progress in three primary stages from a technological and functional standpoint. These Rethink defines as static, targeted and dynamic slices, which are three categories forecast separately for traffic levels and revenue in this report.
Rethink predicts that within a little more than a year all three major western wind turbine makers will be back in the black with health order books and smoother deal flow as the price of steel falls back to more typical levels and global transport pricing also falls back to a semblance of normality.More Information
Rethink TV is refreshing its CDN forecasts, and this year, Open Caching is the technology that has set the industry abuzz. Following previous examinations of WebRTC and Decentralized CDN, it looks like Open Caching is better placed to disrupt the CDN vendors, but negotiating interoperability contracts with the content providers could still prove challengingMore Information
This report examines the main strategies that mobile operators are adopting for network automation, their key drivers and risks, and the responses of the vendor ecosystem to their challenges. It is based on a survey of 76 mobile and converged operators worldwide, which focused on their goals, timescales, strategies and spending plans for automation between 2022 and 2027.More Information