Skip to main content

Worldwide Digital Media Growth Projections

According to an Instat report entitled Worldwide Electronic Entertainment: Packaged Goods Value And Network-Connected Households -- "By 2009, we believe that nearly 55% of all TV households will be connected to Cable TV (analog or digital), Satellite Pay-TV services, Digital Terrestrial networks, or emerging Broadband TV services. Sales of Hollywood movies on Standard DVDs will experience slowing growth, but the emergence of new formats and new content coming to DVD will drive the value of the total market forward. Worldwide value of all DVD discs will grow from about US$33 Billion during 2004, up to US$76.5 Billion during 2009, a Compound Annual Growth Rate of 18.3%"

Popular posts from this blog

The Cloud Imperative for Telecom Operators

The telecom sector is undertaking an update of its IT infrastructure. As demand for data continues to soar with the proliferation of 5G and new apps, network operators can't rely on their legacy hardware and network architectures. The process of "Cloudification" offers a path to reduce costs, improve efficiency and scalability, plus meet increasingly ambitious infrastructure sustainability goals. According to the latest market study by Juniper Research, cloudification spending by telecom operators will see tremendous growth in the coming years, rising from $26.6 billion in 2024 to $64.9 billion by 2028 -- that's a 144 percent increase in just four years. Telecom Cloud Apps Market Development "Telecom networks are becoming more complex; requiring increasingly automated network management systems. However, operators must insulate mission-critical traffic when reducing power, to guarantee quality of service for enterprises," said Alex Webb, research analyst at