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映像配信オペレーター:将来の企業ポジショニングおよび見込まれるネットワーク構成

Video Distribution Operators: Players Positioning and Possible Network Configurations for the Future

発行 IDATE DigiWorld 商品コード 344664
出版日 ページ情報 英文 68 Pages
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映像配信オペレーター:将来の企業ポジショニングおよび見込まれるネットワーク構成 Video Distribution Operators: Players Positioning and Possible Network Configurations for the Future
出版日: 2015年11月03日 ページ情報: 英文 68 Pages
概要

当レポートでは、オペレーターの映像エコシステムにおける最新の発展動向について概括し、競争力を維持するためにオペレータが採用している各ポジションと同時に、地上、衛星、ケーブルおよび通信オペレーターの違いを調査しており、主要オペレーターのプロファイルを提供しています。

第1章 エグゼクティブサマリー

第2章 調査手法

第3章 TV & 映像情勢の背景・展望

  • 映像サービスの動向
  • 映像配信の動向
  • 規制・標準
  • TVネットワークリーチの発展

第4章 企業プロファイル

  • 放送送信企業
    • Arqiva
    • Eutelsat Communications
    • Intelsat
    • Media Broadcast
    • SES
    • TDF
  • ケーブル & 通信オペレーター
    • AT&T
    • Comcast
    • Deutsche Telekom
    • Liberty Global
    • Orange

第5章 放送オペレーターの展望

  • 放送オペレーターの水平統合
  • 放送オペレーターのための新しいビジネスポジショニング
  • ネットワーク最適化
  • 提供サービス・経験品質の強化

第6章 通信事業者・ケーブル企業の展望

  • 有線オペレーターの水平統合
  • 有線オペレーターのための新しいビジネスポジショニング
  • ネットワーク最適化
  • 提供サービス・経験品質の強化

第7章 将来の映像配信の見込まれる3つの構成

  • 統合サイロ
  • クラウドソリューションによるミューチュアリゼーション
  • マルチネットワークオペレーター

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目次
Product Code: M15265IN3

This report summarises the latest developments in the operator video ecosystem and explores the different positions operators are taking up to stay competitive, while drawing distinctions between terrestrial, satellite, cable and telecoms operators. Detailed profiles of leading operators help to feed this analysis.

These strategies are broken down into four categories:

  • Horizontal integration
  • New business positioning
  • Network optimisation
  • Improving QoS and QoE

Finally three possible configurations of video distribution for the future are presented:

  • Integrated silos
  • Mutualisation through cloud solutions
  • Multi-network operators

Table of Contents

1. Executive Summary

  • 1.1. The imperious need to adapt to the new video environment
  • 1.2. Video network operators face different options
  • 1.3. Three possible configurations of video distribution for the future

2. Methodology

3. Context and prospects of the TV & video landscape

  • 3.1. Video services trends
  • 3.2. Video Distribution trends
  • 3.3. Regulation and standards
  • 3.4. The evolution of TV network reach

4. Players' profiles

  • 4.1. Broadcast transmission players
    • 4.1.1. Arqiva
    • 4.1.2. Eutelsat Communications
    • 4.1.3. Intelsat
    • 4.1.4. Media Broadcast
    • 4.1.5. SES
    • 4.1.6. TDF
  • 4.2. Cable & telecom operators
    • 4.2.1. AT&T
    • 4.2.2. Comcast
    • 4.2.3. Deutsche Telekom
    • 4.2.4. Liberty Global
    • 4.2.5. Orange

5. Outlook for broadcast operators

  • 5.1. Horizontal integration for broadcast operators
  • 5.2. New business positioning for broadcast operators
  • 5.3. Network optimisation
  • 5.4. Enhancement of service offering and quality of experience

6. Outlook for telcos and cablecos

  • 6.1. Horizontal integration for wireline operators
  • 6.2. New business positioning for wireline operators
  • 6.3. Network optimisation
  • 6.4. Enhancement of service offering and quality of experience

7. Three possible configurations of video distribution for the future

  • 7.1. Integrated silos
  • 7.2. Mutualisation through cloud solutions
  • 7.3. Multi-network operators

Report's tables and figures

Tables

  • Table 1: Network configuration: Integrated silos
  • Table 2: Network configuration: Mutualisation through cloud solutions
  • Table 3: Network configuration: Multi-network operators
  • Table 4: Arqiva's financial highlights
  • Table 5: Breakdown of Arqiva's revenue
  • Table 6: Eutelsat's financial highlights
  • Table 7: Breakdown of Eutelsat's revenue
  • Table 8: Eutelsat's forthcoming launches
  • Table 9: Intelsat financial highlights
  • Table 10: Breakdown of Intelsat's revenue
  • Table 11: Intelsat's forthcoming launches
  • Table 12: SES's Financial highlights
  • Table 13: SES's Forthcoming launches
  • Table 14: AT&T's financial highlights
  • Table 15: AT&T's operational data
  • Table 16: Comcast's financial highlights (Cable communications segment)
  • Table 17: Comcast's operational highlights (Cable communications segment)
  • Table 18: Deutsche Telekom's financial highlights
  • Table 19: Deutsche Telekom's operational highlights
  • Table 20: Liberty Global's financial highlights
  • Table 21: Liberty Global's operational highlights
  • Table 22: Orange's financial highlights
  • Table 23: A selection of major mergers and acquisitions between network operators
  • Table 24: Examples of free and paid peering deals in the United States
  • Table 25: How well does the cloud meet different demands?
  • Table 26: Main On-net CDN rollouts
  • Table 27: Applications available on Bouygues Telecom's BBox Miami
  • Table 28: Network configuration: Integrated silos
  • Table 29: Network configuration: Mutualisation through cloud solutions
  • Table 30: Network configuration: Multi-networks operators

Figures

  • Figure 1: Summary of possible positioning for network operators
  • Figure 2: Change in live TV viewing time by region, 2013-2014 (minutes a day per person)
  • Figure 3: American OTT video providers' footprint in Europe as of 31 July 2015
  • Figure 4: Global IP Traffic by Application Category
  • Figure 5: Roadmap for 4K/8K Broadcasting in Japan
  • Figure 6: Net neutrality and video distribution
  • Figure 7: Breakdown of the globe's TV households by access technology, 2014
  • Figure 8: Breakdown of Arqiva's revenue in 2015
  • Figure 9: Evolution of the breakdown of Arqiva's revenue, 2011-2015
  • Figure 10: Breakdown of Eutelsat's revenue in 2015
  • Figure 11: Eutelsat's expansion capacity by region
  • Figure 12: Multi-screen delivery solution via satellite
  • Figure 13: Breakdown of Intelsat's revenue in 2015
  • Figure 14: Multithek interface
  • Figure 15: SES Globalisation highlights
  • Figure 16: 03B Networks's fleet
  • Figure 17: Evolution of TDF's revenue, by business area, 2012-2013 (left) and 2013-2014 (right)
  • Figure 18: Platform B2M
  • Figure 19: Evolution of AT&T's operational data, 2010-2014
  • Figure 20: AT&T's expected revenue for 2015
  • Figure 21: LTE Broadcast
  • Figure 22: Linking entertainment to all forms of connectivity
  • Figure 23: Cross-sell opportunities among households
  • Figure 24: Breakdown of Comcast's revenue in the Cable Communications segment
  • Figure 25: Evolution of Comcast's subscribers, 2010-2015
  • Figure 26: Evolution of the breakdown of Comcast's revenue, 2011-2015
  • Figure 27: Deutsche Telekom's virtual STB/STB-less strategy
  • Figure 28: Deutsche Telekom's responses to the OTT threat
  • Figure 29: Evolution of Liberty Global's video and Internet subscribers
  • Figure 30: Liberty Global's 2015 strategic game plan and guidance
  • Figure 31: Orange's operational highlights
  • Figure 32: Digital TV household growth in Africa/the Middle East, 2009-2018
  • Figure 33: Satellite operators' expansion strategies in emerging markets
  • Figure 34: Change in the distribution of C and Ku-band satellite capacity between emerging and developed markets, 2011-2015
  • Figure 35: Arkena (TDF Group) solutions & services line up
  • Figure 36: Growth and breakdown of satellite TV households, pay-TV vs. FTV
  • Figure 37: Presentation of ATSC 3.0
  • Figure 38: FOBTV roadmap
  • Figure 39: Use of GSE in Satellite TV
  • Figure 40: HbbTV deployments
  • Figure 41: Number of channels per 36 Mhz transponder
  • Figure 42: Comcast video and Internet revenues, Q1 2011-Q2 2015
  • Figure 43: Cable companies' migration to all IP services
  • Figure 44: Summary of possible positioning for network operators

List of players' profiles

  • Arqiva
  • AT&T
  • Comcast
  • Deutsche Telekom
  • Eutelsat
  • Intelsat
  • Liberty Global
  • Media Broadcast
  • Orange
  • SES
  • TDF
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