Sunday, 21 October 2018

Meeting the challenge of the content boom

By Jeff Kim, CDNetworks
Thursday 04 October 12

'If telcos broaden their focus beyond video, they could mine a rich new seam of revenues in value-added enterprise and e-commerce services'.

Sustaining new revenues is as important today for telecom operators as it was when voice became the exciting new focus for potential revenue streams. Video is still undoubtedly the aim of the day for many operators and marketers, especially with connected Internet TV hardware expected to supercharge demand and the rising provision of IPTV streaming media services. Video will undoubtedly continue to clog up the Internet and operators' networks for a long time to come. But, with businesses moving much of their IT infrastructure to the cloud…

Sustaining new revenues is as important today for telecom operators as it was when voice became the exciting new focus for potential revenue streams. Video is still undoubtedly the aim of the day for many operators and marketers, especially with connected Internet TV hardware expected to supercharge demand and the rising provision of IPTV streaming media services. Video will undoubtedly continue to clog up the Internet and operators' networks for a long time to come. But, with businesses moving much of their IT infrastructure to the cloud…

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