Communications Industry Researchers is pleased to announce its new report: The New Television 2: Digital Television, HDTV and the Future of Digital Video Networks written by Judith Hellerstein. In 1995, CIR published the original version of the New Television setting out the opportunities for equipment vendors and service providers from the rise of digital entertainment video. A lot has changed since then. Standards have been finalized and a timetable has been set for the roll out of digital television in many technologically sophisticated countries. Yet, at the same time, some service providers have pulled back on their earlier -- very ambitious -- plans.
The New Television 2: Digital Television, HDTV and the Future of Digital Video Networks analyzes and quantifies today's market opportunities presented by the new world of digital video entertainment. Readers of our new report will understand the driving forces behind digital television and digital television's implications for the broadcasting, cable television, satellite and computer industries. In this report, we explain the trends in the U.S., Europe, and the Asia-Pacific region and discuss how the leading hardware and software manufacturers are planning to profit from the new opportunities in digital television and HDTV.
CIR believes that the advent of digital television will have a profound impact on all vendors who supply the equipment that will carry the new digital television. A new market will open up for the settops and interfaces that will bring digital television into our homes. At the same time HFC, xDSL and wireless access platforms -- which are now focused on the needs of Internet users -- may have to be repositioned for digital video access. DBS and terrestrial broadcasters will also have to adjust to the new reality. And then there is the issue of backbone networks, some of which could become seriously congested, if digital television becomes ubiquitous.
The New Television 2: Digital Television, HDTV and the Future of Digital Video Networks is priced at $4,000. Electronic versions of this report (HTML or PDF) are also available at additional cost and we are also offering multiple copy discounts. For additional information about this report, please contact Robert Nolan at (617) 923-7611 or email@example.com
This report's Table of Contents, Executive Summary, and Chapter One are available online.
|Publication Date:||June 1998|
|To Order:||Please contact Robert Nolan at 617-923-7611 or firstname.lastname@example.org.|