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The expansion of fiber networks is progressing fast in Western Europe, where an average of 7 million premises were connected each quarter over the last year. If we consider the five biggest consumer markets in the region though, it is clear that the deployment of fiber infrastructures widely varies in each country. The market is currently being reshaped by an...
Smart TV installed base figures split by OS (operating system) are now available on Dataxis’ platform. The figures, including platforms such as Tizen, Android TV, webOS, Vidaa or Roku among others, allow users to deepen their understanding of smart TV products’ penetration, market features and precise installed base in each country covered worldwide.
The module offers the possibility to rely on a range of indicators including:
Devices sales revenues figures have been published on Dataxis’ database, with details by country and device. Sales revenues and average selling price (ASP) are tracked from 2014 for the following devices:
Top-tier sports competitions’ rights holders and rights value can now be consulted on Dataxis’ database. Formula 1 and European soccer leagues are covered from 2015 through the following indicators:
Through the tracking of unique customers and total consumer revenues, the existing multiplay module provided by Dataxis is supplemented with datasets allowing a full understanding of operators’ extensive positions in the TV, fixed and mobile telecommunications markets.
The additional KPIS include, with a history from 2014:
The existing market forecasts available on Dataxis’ platform have been consolidated following the addition of pay TV projections with details by operator. Users will now be able to thoroughly grasp the expected evolution of market structure and power balance between pay TV stakeholders.
2026 forecasts have been published in the following modules:
The module covers the evolution of the advanced set-top box installed base of all pay TV operators in Europe, Latin America, North America and APAC, with details by middleware (Android TV, RDK, Linux, Roku and Apple). The volume of subscribers and weight of each middleware in the total pay TV customers of the operator allows a comprehensive analysis of middleware providers’ deals, evolution and results within countries.