Research and Markets ( http://www.researchandmarkets.com/research/dd20c4/global_cellular_vi ) has announced the addition of the "Global Cellular Video Devices: Internet Video Expands the Market" report to their offering.
Until recently, "mobile video" referred to content delivered to cellphones over the 3G network or out-of-band broadcast systems such as ISDB-T, DVB-H, or MediaFLO. However, the recent surge of Internet-delivered video means nearly any mobile device with an Internet connection can display video.
Even though cellphones and smartphones will remain the predominant method of viewing mobile video, In-Stat forecasts over 160 million devices will be sold in the coming five years that provide mobile video service over networks now in exclusive use by cellphones.
This research includes worldwide device shipment forecasts for video-connected:
Computing devices, such as mobile Internet devices (MIDs), ultra-mobile PCs (UMPCs), and laptop/notebook computers.
Cellphones and smartphones, including the RIM BlackBerry, Apple iPhone, and smartphones having Symbian, Windows Mobile, Palm OS, Android, and Linux operating systems.
Consumer electronics products, including personal navigation devices (PNDs), portable media players (PMPs), and handheld games, such as the PSP and Nintendo DS.
The forecasts cover devices that will be able to provide mobile video from mobile operators (including MobiTV, GoTV and VCast), out-of-band cellular video (ISDB-T, DVB-H, MediaFLO, DMB-T and others), as well as devices that access the Internet over 3G networks.
Key Topics Covered:
- Mobile Video Devices
- Video Feature Handsets (3G)
- Out-of-Band Cellular Video Handsets
- Personal Entertainment Devices
- Connected Portable Media Players
- Standalone Broadcast Receivers
- Portable Disc Players
- Notebook, Ultra-Mobile PCs, and Mobile Internet Devices
- Mobile Internet Devices (MIDs)
- External Receivers, PC Cards, and Dongles
- Access and Device Choices
- Broadcast Spectrum
- Non-Cellular Broadband and 4G (Wi-Fi, WiMAX, LTE)
- Physical Media
- Device/Connectivity Matrix for Mobile Video
- Devices and Mobile Video Scenarios
- Out-of-Band Cellular Video (Cellphone)
- 3G Cellular Video (Cellphone)
- Local Free-to-Air Broadcast (Consumer Electronics Devices)
- Remote Access to Set-Top Box (Smartphone and Computing Devices)
- Mobile Access to Internet Video (Portable Media Players,
Smartphones, and Computing Devices)
- Consumer Attitudes Toward Mobile Video Devices
- Respondent Demographics and Characteristics
- "Already Use" Mobile Video Devices
- Overall Interest in Mobile Video
- Abandoned Mobile Video Devices
- Operator-Delivered 3G Video
- Out-of-Band Cellular Video Devices
- Out-of-Band Cellular Video Devices by Device Type
- Out-of-Band Cellular Devices by Technology
- 3G Access to Internet Video
- Cellphones and Smartphones
- Computing Devices
- Consumer Electronics Devices
- List of Tables
- List of Figures
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