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OTT TV and emerging television began to enter the new era of competition
"May Day" has passed, looking back a few days of news, I feel in the world, OTT TV and emerging television began to enter a new era of competition. The following is a selection of relevant typical news events.
1, Comcast upcoming YouTube-like video service platform?
According to TheInformation, Comcast is already in the process of developing online video services for more than a year and a half and plans to roll out nationwide sometime in the future. Was informed that because the merger of Comcast and Time Warner was under government scrutiny, the launch of the new video platform was delayed. If the message is true, this means that online video services are available to anyone who has not subscribed to the Comcast service. It's not clear when the service is available, but if Comcast wants to deal directly with YouTube, the challenge they face is not just to convince the user that it is as easy as it is to appeal to video-makers, Upload your own video to its platform..
2, Apple 4K TV iTV finally come out?
Recently, according to foreign media reports, Cook revealed that in 2015 will be officially launched iPhone TV iTV, officially marched into the field of smart TVs, and even to the smart home full attack.
In April 2015, Apple announced that AppleTV subscribers will be able to subscribe to the HBONow service for $ 15 a month, and access all HBO video content without a cable subscription service. This may be paving the way for iTV.
It is reported that, iTV LCD panel with 4K LCD screen, the size of about 46 inches to 55 inches, built-in siri wireless voice control, built-in wifi built-in HD camera, support for facial recognition.
Foreign media revealed that iTV prices will be between 1,500 US dollars to 2,000 US dollars, may be in September 2015 press conference to the world. But did not mention the Chinese mainland market.
In addition, Apple's WWDC2015 global developer conference has been getting closer and closer, the new AppleTV also arrived at the most debut time. Now there are two new clues that Apple will update its AppleTV product line at this year's WWDC.
At a recent Time Warner earnings call, Chief Executive Jeff Bewkes said he was very confident about the "new video streaming service" that Apple is developing. "We think Apple is very far-sighted, and for anyone new TV-like products will attract enough interest."
3, Charter Time Warner wired senior mergers and acquisitions
The Wall Street Journal quoted sources as saying the top Charter of the nation's fourth-largest cable television group met with the second-largest Time Warner wired manager to discuss possible mergers.
Sources point out John Malone, chairman of Charter's single largest shareholder Liberty, and Rob Marcus, chief executive of Time Warner Cable, have been in recent days to discuss the possibility of a friendly merger.
Last week Concast, the nation's No. 1 cable conglomerate, decided to end its cable merger with Time Warner, based on regulatory reaction, after which it was reported that Charter renewed its study of a cable merger with Time Warner. Concast proposed a cable merger with Time Warner, which rejected Charter's offer.
At the time, it was reported that Time Warner Cable was open to the merger with Charter.
4, Japan NHK: 8K is the ultimate television technology
Ultra HD is HD (High Definition HD), Full HD (Full HD) next-generation technology. According to the standard screen of the physical resolution of 3840 × 2160 (4K × 2K) and above the display can be called ultra-high definition. While the current ultra-high definition technology is only 4K and 8K resolution, but I believe many people will think there will be a higher standard in the future. However, Masayuki Sugawara, executive research engineer at NHK, broke our fantasy by saying that 8K is the ultimate ultimate technology and that there will not be any technology beyond it.
NHK's recent demonstration at the NAB show was not heavily reported, setting the scene for 8K Ultra HD technology deployment. Masayuki Sugawara, executive research engineer at the NHK Science and Technology Research Laboratory, explains that NHK will launch the 8K / Ultra High Definition Transmission Test, which will be "Ultimate Television." Some listeners asked Sugawara if there would be stronger and better technology after 8K. Sugawara responded that "No, 8K is the ultimate technology and there will not be any technology beyond it."
5, Orange launched the TV stick
According to AdvancedTelevision reports, Espial recently confirmed Orange has launched a new stream media device based on EspialHTML5 client software - "Orange TV Stick."
Orange's new platform offers European consumers a rich set of video services including live TV broadcasts (70 SD and HD, local and international channels), TV chase, VOD, premium music, OTT video services and HDMI TV sticks On the application of ecological systems.
6, scientists warn: Internet TV will make the Internet capacity will reach the limit in 8 years
According to the British "Daily Mail" website reported on May 2, British scientists warned that with the increasing demand for data, the Internet is about to face a "capacity crisis", it is possible to reach the limit within eight years. Communications companies may be able to temporarily ease the problem by adding more cables, but that may mean a sharp rise in the cost of accessing the Internet.
May 11, the Royal Society will convene a meeting of senior engineers, physicists and telecommunications companies to discuss the matter, hoping to propose effective solutions. Professor Andrew Ellis, the conference's co-organizer, said that the rapid growth of Internet television, streaming media services and more powerful computers has added to the pressure on the current communications infrastructure. In 2005, the fastest speed of broadband network was 2 MB / s. Now, 100 megabits per second speed of the Internet everywhere.
Ellis told the "Daily Mail": "In the era of knowledge economy, people's growing demand for data, and now, we may not be able to keep up with the data needs of the pace.Only put forward the idea of creative and disruptive, or else, we only Can watch a sharp increase in costs. "
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In addition, Ellis also warned that the transmission of data will also consume a lot of electricity, "the Internet's energy consumption can compete with airlines, accounting for about 2% of energy consumption in developing countries, which is only the energy transmitted data consumption , Plus computers, cell phones, TVs and other electrical energy, may account for 8% of the total energy consumption.If the fiber number is also increasing, then, within 15 years, our energy will be depleted.
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However, not everyone thinks things are so serious. Andrew Rhodes, head of optical research at British Telecom and visiting professor at Essex University, said scientists will come up with solutions.
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A spokesman for the Royal Society said: "As people's demand for online data soars, communications networks face a potentially catastrophic" capacity crisis. "Participants will discuss a number of issues, including why We are about to face "capacity crisis"? What kind of measures can be taken to avoid this crisis? What impact can we have if we are indifferent? In addition, the issue of limited data availability, neutral network neutrality and high costs of accessing the Internet will also be explored.
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