Friday, 22 September 2017

Beyond 4K: How can we create Best-UHD?

By Jayne Garfitt for Total Telecom
Tuesday 27 September 16

There is no doubt that 4K/UHD can be delivered; the technology behind it has developed rapidly and the TV industry is entirely capable of fulfilling this trend’s promise. But in regards to mass consumer uptake, the story is not so simple, with a number of obstacles hindering widespread adoption. With the rise of Ultra-Broadband networks, though, a happy ending is in sight, as Huawei releases a new whitepaper on Best-UHD Industry Development.    Promising Beginnings  In August 2016, there were nearly 10 million 4K/UHD TV service users worldwide. According to Ovum, decreased prices and new subscription-based UHD TV services will lead to further growth so that by 2020, 50% of all TV…

There is no doubt that 4K/UHD can be delivered; the technology behind it has developed rapidly and the TV industry is entirely capable of fulfilling this trend’s promise. But in regards to mass consumer uptake, the story is not so simple, with a number of obstacles hindering widespread adoption. With the rise of Ultra-Broadband networks, though, a happy ending is in sight, as Huawei releases a new whitepaper on Best-UHD Industry Development.    Promising Beginnings  In August 2016, there were nearly 10 million 4K/UHD TV service users worldwide. According to Ovum, decreased prices and new subscription-based UHD TV services will lead to further growth so that by 2020, 50% of all TV…

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