Archived report. This report was archived in 2006 and has not been updated since. The telecommunications, entertainment, video and multimedia markets are undergoing sweeping changes, currently characterised by expanding product and services developments. At the heart of a digital home is the technical concept known as the home media centre, which combines voice, video and data applications, and is known as ‘triple play’. This report provides and introduction and overview to the emerging triple play market. It includes statistics and forecasts for this market, as well as analyses from Paul Budde. The report also contains information and pricing data sourced from the 2006 OECD report: ‘Multiple Play: Pricing and Policy Trends’. For more information on triple play business models, see separate report: Global - Digital Media - Triple play Models.
2.1 Definition of multiple play services – OECD 2006
2.2 Benefits of multiple play services – OECD 2006
2.3 A perspective on quadruple play
3. The future of triple play - analysis
3.2 FttH – ultimate triple play infrastructure
3.3 Media centres in the home
3.4 Triple play forecasts
4. Bandwidth requirements for triple play
4.1 Best effort delivery
4.2 Upload speeds
4.3 Bonded DSL broadens broadband
5. Triple play in the OECD - 2006
6. Service providers spend up on triple play – Infonetics 2006
7. Overview of major developments around the world - 2007
8. Related reports
Table 1 – Triple play households by region – 2005, 2010, 2015
Table 2 - Percentage of operators globally offering unlimited nationwide fixed line calls – 2005
Table 3 – Triple play pricing with per-minute call charges – 2005
Table 4 - Double-play pricing (voice and data) with per-minute call charges – 2005
Table 5 - Bit caps and corresponding service limits from off-network sources – 2005
Table 6 - Drivers for service providers to deploy triple play services
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