Convergence 2008: Video Over the Internet Case Solution

In December 2007, over 75 percent of all Internet users in the United States transmits some kind of online video consumption more than 10 billion videos in total. While devices like Apple TV and TiVo allows users to view Internet videos on your TV, video provided by the Internet was primarily a web-based phenomenon. Despite this, the industry is preparing for the inevitable clash of Internet video and television. While a video signal can be fed through a coaxial cable, the son of connections of copper or fiber optic, most U.S. consumers continue to receive your TV signal and Internet access through a cable connection the foreseeable future. This case study examines the transition to the delivery of video over IP in 2008 from the perspective of the companies that have the “pipe”, including telecommunications companies, the descendants of 1,982 companies divestment and cable AT & T, also known as multiple system operator (MSO).
Robert A. Burgelman,
Rob Holmes
Source: Stanford Graduate School of Business
25 pages.
May 30 2008: release date. Prod #: SM173-PDF-ENG
Convergence 2008: video solution in the case of Internet

Convergence 2008: Video Over the Internet Case Solution
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