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The AI-Based Future for Video Compression
AI is considered an essential new tool in the progress towards future video compression technologies, but the next few years will be dominated by the transition to existing standards including AV1 and VVC.
Explore the Evolution of Video at NAB Show
“Television and streaming video, they’re exponentially changing and evolving very, very quickly. But then they’re also colliding towards each other,” Tim Hanlon says, noting that these shifts are making “a lot of people uncomfortable.”
Here’s Why (and How) Terrestrial TV Distribution Is “Greener” Than IP-Delivered Content
Old-fashioned over-the-air broadcast TV is greener than streaming, according to a a new report drawing on data from across Europe.
CES 2023: Controlling the Connected Home and Media Delivery/Distribution
In its report following CES 2023, Parks Associates finds that Smart TVs now represent the most important point in the connected home.
Mobile Video By the Numbers: Data, Downloads and “House of the Dragon”
The mobile streaming industry is experiencing a download boom, with hours spent on mobile phones peaking at a record 4.1 trillion in 2022.
It’s All About the Video: 5G in 2023 (and 2028)
Ericsson predicts 91% of the North American market will have adopted 5G by 2028, with video accounting for as much as 80% of mobile network traffic.
As 5G Moves Into Mass Adoption, XR, 360 and 4K Video Move Along With It
Already progressing from early to mass adoption, 5G is enabling the transition from immersive services to metaverse experiences.
Understanding How Technologies Drive Media, Minds and More
While films, TV shows and other media are still produced using traditional methods, new technologies are reinventing content distribution.
Expanding the Potential of Content Distribution and Delivery
The Connect destination at the 2022 NAB Show will showcase the infrastructure and solutions that enable today’s world of dynamic content delivery and consumption.
6G Mobile Networks Are Beginning to Be a Thing
While 5G is still very much a work in progress, the industry is already contemplating next-gen mobile connectivity including 6G and 7G.
Want to See How Much Mobile Data Traffic is Video? (Hint: So Much!)
The tenth edition of the Ericsson Mobility Report reveals an almost 300-fold increase in mobile data traffic over that last decade.
Multicast and the Future of Mobile Content Delivery
Rohde & Schwarz outlines a multicast approach to transmitting live and on-demand video that leverages expanding 5G networks.
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