HTML5 remains king of the connected entertainment castle

The connected entertainment industry is currently under pressure like never before: there are more devices than ever, but time to market is shrinking – making it virtually impossible for operators to develop services that cater for all screens without spending months in testing before services are truly ready. Unfortunately for operators, the consumer thirst for …

ANGACOM 2017: Making the cut: how pay-TV operators can thrive in a cordless generation

how pay-TV operators can thrive in a cordless generation

Millennials and Generation Z’s will soon be the dominant age bracket, but these tech savvy consumers are already reshaping the pay-TV landscape. After years of steady growth and being relatively unchallenged, pay-TV operators in mature markets, such as Europe and North America, are facing the chop as younger audiences cut the cord. Originally, the cord-cutting …

CES 2017: taking connectivity to the next stage

CES 2017: taking connectivity to the next stage

Beyond the myriad of smartphones, fridges, drones and robots, CES offers an annual reminder as to why technology is such a fantastic area of business: by combining creativity with efficiency, we can provide new services that improve our everyday lives in a heartbeat. Yet, it’s important to remember that each of these fabulous new products …

Three key trends for the connected car

Three key trends for the connected car

We recently attended the GENIVI All Members Meeting and the TU Automotive conference which reinforced the fact that the automotive sector is an absolute hub of innovation. As connectivity continues to become more and more important, three key trends stood out as critical for the automotive market in 2017.   1.    Solutions that evolve with …