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Video On Demand (VOD) Market Solutions Report: Market Segmented by Delivery, Applications, Solutions and Geographic Region - Market Forecasts to 2018 and Profiles of Key Companies in the Industry

DUBLIN, IRELAND -- (Marketwired) -- 03/05/14 -- Research and Markets (http://www.researchandmarkets.com/research/5vvpvh/video_on_demand) has announced the addition of the "Video On Demand (VOD) Market Solutions by Delivery, Applications: Global Advancements, Market Forecasts & Analysis to 2018" report to their offering.

Video on Demand (VOD) is considered to be an interactive technology that enables subscribers to view programming in real-time and even download programs to watch them later. VOD service is provided by various big and small service providers comprising of those who offer triple-play service.

The pay-tv operators have largely improved on their revenues by adopting VOD in their product portfolio. Educational institutions, hotel industry, and hospitals are widely embracing VOD service as it helps in enhancement of their presentations, improvement of patient experience of care, and collecting information to manage the patient's pain. In the coming years, VOD is likely to become common as Fiber-to-the-Home (FTTH) services.

VOD market has also been going through an addition to numerous old and new VOD contents. However, limitation in availability of content could be a major challenge to the growth of this market. In the VOD market report, the VOD market is segmented on the basis of solutions, delivery technologies, applications, verticals, and regions.

The VOD market is also segmented on the basis of solutions comprising of pay-TV VOD, Internet Protocol Television (IPTV), Over-the-Top (OTT) services. The VOD service providers and content owners not only wants to deliver this content to each of the platforms in a limited time-frame, but also desire to fulfill the specific performance needs for respective streaming formats. The leaders in the VOD market are investing in acquisitions and new technologies to enrich their existing product portfolio and address the increasing demand across a wide range of academic and corporate users.

VOD providers mainly use data centers which are comprised of various inputs, outputs, and storage mediums specifically for encoding, decoding, storing, and delivering video content via cable, broadcast, and telecom networks. These video servers have high processing power and real-time streaming capabilities, and offer various other application features such as branding, integrating graphics, and inserting live inputs and advertisements. The adoption of VOD applications is also analyzed for the end-users based on different verticals such as academia and government, Banking, Financial Services, and Insurance (BFSI), consumer goods and retail, healthcare, manufacturing households, telecom and IT, media and entertainment, and transport and logistics.

The introduction of IPTV has further accelerated the adoption of VOD within the entertainment environment framework. The report also analyzes the VOD market for the regions of North America (NA), Europe (EU), Asia Pacific (APAC), Middle East and Africa (MEA), and Latin America (LA).

Key Topics Covered


1 Introduction
2 Executive Summary
3 Market Overview
4 Video On Demand (VOD): Market Size and Forecast By Solutions
5 Video On Demand (VOD): Market Size and Forecast By Applications
6 Video On Demand (VOD): Market Size and Forecast By Delivery Technologies
7 Video On Demand (VOD): Market Size and Forecast By Verticals
8 Video On Demand (VOD): Market Size and Forecast By Regions
9 Video On Demand (VOD): Market Landscape
10 Company Profiles

Company Profiles (Overview, Products and Services, Financials, Strategy & Development) on the following companies are provided:


- Akamai Technologies
- Alcatel-Lucent
- Anevia
- Arris Group
- At&T
- Ateme
- Avaya
- Avid Technology
- Blackarrow
- Broadpeak
- Cisco
- Concurrent
- Edgeware
- Ericsson
- Fujitsu
- Harmonic
- Huawei Technologies
- Kontiki
- Level 3 Communications
- Minerva Networks
- Mobitv
- NativTv
- Octoshape
- Polycom
- Seachange International
- Telestream
- Thomson Video Networks
- Utstarcom
- Vision247
- Wowza Media Systems
- Zte Corporation

Clients of Research and Markets in the area of Computing and Advanced Technology include:


- Samsung Electronics Co., Ltd.
- Intel Corporation
- Microsoft Corporation
- Philips
- IBM Corp.
- McKinsey & Company, Inc.
- Kymeta Corp
- Thales Group
- Schott AG
- AMETEK, Inc

For more information visit http://www.researchandmarkets.com/research/5vvpvh/video_on_demand

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