2010-08-27 00:00:00 | ISPs Logistics Marketing The Last Mile Trends Mobile Value Chain

Telco CDN strategy white paper announcement

During IBC (Amsterdam, Sept 10-14), Jet-Stream will release the must-read Telco CDN Strategy white paper for anyone in the CDN and Telco industry.

The document is not technical but visionary and offers many insights and strategical opportunities. The document is specifically written for analysts, writers, members of the board and higher management.

Global CDNs versus on-net CDNs”

Three Screens Strategy”

Video Kills the Internet Star”

“Forget Triple Play, here’s Open Play

“Telcos face brand damage if they don’t embrace OTT”

Four strategical reasons to deploy an on-net CDN”

Send an email to sales@jet-stream.nl to receive a digital copy of the white paper.
 

 

2010-06-14 00:00:00 | Distribution ISPs The Last Mile Video Working Group

Soccer dip

An interesting traffic pattern on the Amsterdam Internet Exchange during the live webcast of the year: the World Soccer game between NL and DK. Instead of a traffic spike, overall traffic was lower. A dip! (updated chart)

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2010-06-04 00:00:00 | Business Distribution History Logistics Set Top Box The Last Mile Value Chain Video Working Group Cooperation Trends Mobile ISPs

Logistics!

Many companies are investing in online content services. YouTube, Hulu, broadcasters, publishers. These companies build business cases on the boom of online video: advertisement models, subscription models and pay-per-view models. Their business cases depend on scalability and performance of the internet, both broadband and mobile.

Internet vs cable
Cable operators offer good quality and quality of service, but their limited number of channels and titles can never compete with the vast number of internet channels and billions of online videos. Consumers don’t want to be locked into a package anymore. They want to pull content. Subscribers want to be in control. The internet is open and therefore the distribution infrastructure of today and the future. Digital television operators who ignore this fact will face a very difficult future.

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