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視訊解決方案供應商:軟體定義視訊

Video Solution Providers: Towards Software-Defined Video

出版商 IDATE DigiWorld 商品編碼 362120
出版日期 內容資訊 英文 73 Pages
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視訊解決方案供應商:軟體定義視訊 Video Solution Providers: Towards Software-Defined Video
出版日期: 2016年07月04日 內容資訊: 英文 73 Pages
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OTT專門視訊流通市場,預計到2020年以近年率25%的比例成長。

本報告提供新IP型視訊管理、播送解決方案的發展的相關分析,市場主要趨勢,今後的IP型解決方案成長預測,軟體定義視訊的發展前景,虛擬化的展望,及主要企業簡介等資訊。

第1章 摘要整理

第2章 分析方法、定義

第3章 個人的視訊體驗朝向

  • 由於個人的佔有率的擴展,變化的視訊消費
  • 有新需求的產業

第4章 新視訊流通連鎖朝向

  • 內容作成
  • 內容的平台
  • 託管、雲端型視訊解決方案
  • 遞送
  • 消費者環境

第5章 市場、預測

  • 市場趨勢
  • 市場預測

第6章 附錄:企業簡介

  • ActiveVideo
  • Adobe
  • Akamai
  • Amazon
  • Appear TV
  • ARRIS
  • Avid
  • Brightcove
  • Cisco
  • Ericsson
  • Evertz
  • Google
  • Harmonic/Thomson Video Networks
  • Huawei
  • IBM
  • Imagine Communications
  • Kaltura
  • Microsoft
  • Nokia/Alcatel-Lucent
  • Ooyala
  • Quickplay
  • Technicolor
  • thePlatform
  • Vizrt

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目錄
Product Code: M16266MR

This report analyses the rollout of new IP-based video management and distribution solutions . This includes extensive company profiles which describe the positioning of leading players coming from the TV industry, telecom and IT equipment suppliers, Internet giants and start-ups.

It catalogues in detail the major trends in the market including concentration and vertical integration, trade-offs and greater softwarisation of solutions.

Among the key questions examined are how far will the use of IP-based solutions grow in the future? Will the concept of software-defined video develop on a large scale and, going a step further, will virtualisation be the next big thing in the market?

Finally, it is anticipated that the market of OTT professional video distribution will grow by close to 25% per year up to 2020 . Given, though, the tensions on unit prices, increasing internalisation and competition, the growth in value will be lower than in volumes.

Table of Contents

1. Executive Summary

2. Methodology & definitions

  • 2.1. General methodology of IDATE's reports
  • 2.2. Market forecasts, main hypotheses
  • 2.3. Definitions

3. Towards a more personal video experience

  • 3.1. Video consumption is changing, as the personal share expands
  • 3.2. The industry has new needs

4. Towards the new video distribution chain

  • 4.1. Content creation
  • 4.2. Content platform
  • 4.3. Hosting and cloud-based video solutions
  • 4.4. Delivery
  • 4.5. Consumer environment

5. Markets and forecasts

  • 5.1. Market trends
  • 5.2. Market forecasts

6. Appendix : Company profiles

  • 6.1. ActiveVideo
  • 6.2. Adobe
  • 6.3. Akamai
  • 6.4. Amazon
  • 6.5. Appear TV
  • 6.6. ARRIS
  • 6.7. Avid
  • 6.8. Brightcove
  • 6.9. Cisco
  • 6.10. Ericsson
  • 6.11. Evertz
  • 6.12. Google
  • 6.13. Harmonic/Thomson Video Networks
  • 6.14. Huawei
  • 6.15. IBM
  • 6.16. Imagine Communications
  • 6.17. Kaltura
  • 6.18. Microsoft
  • 6.19. Nokia/Alcatel-Lucent
  • 6.20. Ooyala
  • 6.21. Quickplay
  • 6.22. Technicolor
  • 6.23. thePlatform
  • 6.24. Vizrt

Report's tables and figures

Tables

  • Table 1: The multiplicity of client needs to be addressed
  • Table 2: Recent ActiveVideo contracts
  • Table 3: Recent Adobe contracts
  • Table 4: Recent Akamai contracts
  • Table 5: Recent Elemental contracts
  • Table 6: Recent Amazon Web Services (AWS) contracts
  • Table 7: Recent TDC contracts
  • Table 8: Recent ARRIS contracts
  • Table 9: Recent Avid contracts
  • Table 10: Recent Cisco contracts
  • Table 11: Recent Ericsson contracts
  • Table 12: Recent Evertz contracts
  • Table 13: Recent Google contracts
  • Table 14: Recent Huawei contracts
  • Table 15: Recent contracts of Imagine Communications
  • Table 16: Recent Kaltura contracts
  • Table 17: Recent contracts of Alcatel-Lucent
  • Table 18: Recent Ooyala contracts
  • Table 19: Recent Technicolor contracts
  • Table 20: Recent contracts
  • Table 21: Recent Vizrt contracts

Figures

  • Figure 1: Percentage of people watching different media types at least once per day
  • Figure 2: Share of total TV time by age group, measured on respective device
  • Figure 3: Consumer IP-video traffic forecasts: Fixed Internet and mobile
  • Figure 4: Example of protocol stack for ATSC 3.0
  • Figure 5: The new audiovisual distribution chain
  • Figure 6: Media-asset management platform
  • Figure 7: Critical hosted-video services
  • Figure 8: Three components of cloud architecture
  • Figure 9: IaaS, SaaS and PaaS solutions
  • Figure 10: CDN and transparent caching vendors
  • Figure 87: Worldwide market of distribution of professional OTT video traffic
  • Figure 88: Breakdown of OTT video traffic distribution per segment, 2020
  • Figure 89: Worldwide market of distribution of professional OTT video traffic, broken down by zone
  • Figure 11: CloudTV platform components
  • Figure 12: GuideCast architecture
  • Figure 13: ActiveVideo OEM partners
  • Figure 14: Main ActiveVideo clients
  • Figure 15: 'Marketing Cloud' among all Adobe products
  • Figure 16: Adobe products for media and entertainment industries
  • Figure 17: Adobe Primetime partners
  • Figure 18: Selection of Adobe clients in the broadcasting industry
  • Figure 19: Akamai's solutions
  • Figure 20: Key Akamai products for media industries
  • Figure 21: Akamai partners (selected)
  • Figure 22: Main Akamai clients in the media and entertainment industry, a selection
  • Figure 23: AWS cloud infrastructure services
  • Figure 24: Integration of Elemental and AWS
  • Figure 25: Major clients of Amazon/Elemental
  • Figure 26: ARRIS 'enhanced product' portfolio
  • Figure 27: ARRIS cloud DVR solution
  • Figure 28: Major clients of ARRIS
  • Figure 29: Mapping tiers, segments and routes to market
  • Figure 30: Avid Media Central Platform
  • Figure 31: Major clients of Avid Media Central Platform
  • Figure 32: Brightcove products
  • Figure 33: Major clients of Brightcove
  • Figure 34: Recent Brightcove contracts
  • Figure 35: Cisco video solutions
  • Figure 36: Cisco partners for its hybrid cloud solutions (selected)
  • Figure 37: Ericsson video storage and processing platform
  • Figure 38: Magnum facility control
  • Figure 39: Evertz multiscreen and OTT applications (live)
  • Figure 40: Google Cloud Platform
  • Figure 41: Edge points of presence provide connection between the Google network and the rest of the Internet
  • Figure 42: Google partners for its media transcoding solutions (selected)
  • Figure 43: Availability of Android TV
  • Figure 44: Harmonic solutions
  • Figure 45: Key Harmonic product categories
  • Figure 46: Technology partners of Thomson Video Networks
  • Figure 47: Recent contracts of Thomson Video Networks
  • Figure 48: Recent contracts (Harmonic)
  • Figure 49: Huawei video production storage solution
  • Figure 50: Huawei's technology partners for media solutions
  • Figure 51: IBM Cloud
  • Figure 52: IBM Cloud Video products
  • Figure 53: Clearleap multiscreen platform
  • Figure 54: Partners in IBM Aspera product
  • Figure 55: Major clients of IBM Cloud Video
  • Figure 56: Recent contracts
  • Figure 57: Imagine Communications products
  • Figure 58: Strategic and technology partners of Imagine Communications
  • Figure 59: Major clients of Imagine Communications
  • Figure 60: Kaltura partners (selected)
  • Figure 61: Main Kaltura clients
  • Figure 62: Competencies of Azure Media Services
  • Figure 63: Azure partners
  • Figure 64: Partners of Azure Media Services
  • Figure 65: Main Azure clients
  • Figure 66: Recent Azure contracts
  • Figure 67: Alcatel-Lucent cloud DVR
  • Figure 68: Veloxic CDN
  • Figure 69: Alcatel-Lucent partners (selected)
  • Figure 70: Major clients of Alcatel-Lucent
  • Figure 71: Ooyala product overview
  • Figure 72: Video planning and management using Ooyala
  • Figure 73: Programmatic advertising using 'Video Advertising'
  • Figure 74: Ooyala strategic partners
  • Figure 75: Main Ooyala clients
  • Figure 76: Strategic Quickplay partners
  • Figure 77: Major clients of Quickplay
  • Figure 78: Technicolor solutions
  • Figure 79: New STB contracts reported the former Cisco Connected Devices Division
  • Figure 80: Trademark and technology licensing
  • Figure 81: Mpx
  • Figure 82: mpx Accelerate and mpx Dev Kit
  • Figure 83: Selected partners of thePlatform
  • Figure 84: Vizrt products
  • Figure 85: Viz One end-to-end MAM software
  • Figure 86: Partners of Viz One

List of players

  • ActiveVideo
  • Adobe
  • Akamai
  • Amazon
  • Appear TV
  • ARRIS
  • Avid
  • Brightcove
  • Cisco
  • Ericsson
  • Evertz
  • Google
  • Harmonic / Thomson Video Networks
  • Huawei
  • IBM
  • Imagine Communications
  • Kaltura
  • Microsoft
  • Nokia / Alcatel-Lucent
  • Ooyala
  • Quickplay
  • Technicolor
  • thePlatform
  • Vizrt
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