Global - Services - Broadband Services

Synopsis

Archived report. This report was archived in July 2004 and has not been updated. The convergence of the telecommunications sector with the computer and the broadcasting world is creating new synergies, most evident in the exponential growth of the Internet. While the broadband infrastructure is presently the most important aspect of broadband development, future needs will centre around content, and who supplies it. In this report, Paul discussed the type of applications that will succeed on the new medium, and the services that were most popular at the time.

Table of Contents

  • 1. Synopsis
  • 2. Introduction – video communication
  • 3. Access, not content, is King
    • 3.1 Content is not King
  • 4. Convergence creates new demand for services
  • 5. Services and content – key to success
  • 6. Killer applications
    • 6.1 Consumer value added services
  • 7. Video chats
  • 8. Videophones for the blind!
  • 9. Global TV Access
  • 10. Online photo exchange and storage
  • 11. Hollywood-on-demand
    • 11.1 Twenty years in the making
    • 11.2 Important killer-app
    • 11.3 DVD pirates triggered the studios
    • 11.4 Movielink
  • 12. Probing for demand
    • 12.1 TV vs PC
    • 12.2 Next frontier – Video on Demand
  • 13. Unmet demand
  • 14. The 12 Principles of Killer App Design
  • 15. Related reports
  • Table 1 – Market share film output
  • Table 2 – Killer applications revenues – 2005
  • Table 3 – Distribution of broadband value-added revenues – early 2004
  • Table 4 – Global consumer broadband value-added services market by service – early 2004
  • Table 5 – Information highway services – level of interest
  • Table 6 – What is the service worth to you?
  • Table 7 – Interactive services, subscribers will pay for
  • Exhibit 1 – Information highway offerings
  • Exhibit 2 - The issue will be network capacity

Focus Report profile

Technologies

Broadband Fixed
Digital Media
Mobile & Wireless Broadband and Media

Number of pages: 12

Status: Archived

Last update: 07 July 2004
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Author: Kylie Wansink

NOTE: This report has been archived

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