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Dyle Adds Belkin to Device Lineup

Dyle Adds Belkin to Device Lineup | Mobile TV around the world | Scoop.it

Belkin is the latest CE company to launch a specialized antenna/receiver that supports a mobile television platform from Dyle that’s being increasingly viewed as a competitive hedge against Aereo.


Belkin on Wednesday introduced the F5L110, a $129.99 device that snaps into Apple iPhones and iPads. When paired with the free Dyle app, those devices can capture Dyle’s mobile TV signals in select markets. The Belkin device, offered online at Belkin.com and  Amazon.com, joins an existing antenna/dongle lineupthat also includes the Escort MobileTV Receiver and the Elgato EyeTV Mobile TV Tuner. 

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The device uses Expway's Mobile Broadcast Middleware version 3 (compatible with ATSC-MH)-- We are now releasing the Mobile Broadcast Middleware compatible with LTE Broadcast (eMBMS)

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More Bucks with Less Bits: An Analysis of 14 Different LTE Broadcast Business Cases by Expway

More Bucks with Less Bits: An Analysis of 14 Different LTE Broadcast Business Cases by Expway | Mobile TV around the world | Scoop.it

As Expway has successfully launched Mobile Broadcast services with major operators such as NTT DoCoMo, TRE Italia and others, we are often asked about the recommended practices for implementing LTE Broadcast in carriers’ networks.


We have now conducted a study on how LTE Broadcast can help operators generate more revenue.

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If You Think 5G Is All About Faster Network Speeds, You're Missing The Point

If You Think 5G Is All About Faster Network Speeds, You're Missing The Point | Mobile TV around the world | Scoop.it

It’s hard to imagine a world in which our smartphones are faster than they already are today.  You can already reach for your phone, ask Google a question, and receive the answer within seconds.

The forthcoming generation of wireless technology will be even faster, but it's not just about sheer speed.


The next major network upgrade will solve one of the most aggravating problems we experience today — searching for a reliable, fast connection.


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Alcatel-Lucent's Bell Labs enhances IP video capabilities with new Cambridge, UK, research facility

Alcatel-Lucent's Bell Labs enhances IP video capabilities with new Cambridge, UK, research facility | Mobile TV around the world | Scoop.it
Alcatel-Lucent's Bell labs is putting more muscle into its IP video business by establishing an "antenna" office in Cambridge, UK, to conduct research on real-time video delivery on various types of connected devices.
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Verizon Eyes 2015 For LTE Multicast Video

Verizon Eyes 2015 For LTE Multicast Video | Mobile TV around the world | Scoop.it

Shedding some light on its future plans involving the distribution of live video over its mobile network, Verizon Wireless plans to “go commercial” with an LTE multicast product as early as 2015, company CFO Fran Shammo said on the company’s second quarter earnings call on Tuesday.

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Spectrum Wars, ATSC 3.0, and the Future of Broadcasting

Around the world, governments are pursuing policies to shift rights to radio frequency spectrum from legacy broadcasters to wireless carries. Among major quest…
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LTE Broadcast Is Not a Silver Bullet for Mobile TV And There Are Plenty of Uses for the Technology

LTE Broadcast Is Not a Silver Bullet for Mobile TV And There Are Plenty of Uses for the Technology | Mobile TV around the world | Scoop.it

Expway, a software provider that makes the middleware for LTE Broadcast, released a study this week that makes the case for a multi-faceted strategy to deploy.


One of the main conclusions of the study is that operators will need more than one reason to deploy LTE Broadcast. “One use case rarely justifies the launch of LTE Broadcast, but the pay back can be quick – and additional, significant profits can be realized – when running various use cases at the same time,” it said.


Expway identified 14 business opportunities for LTE Broadcast that cellcos and other wireless operators could tap into. The technology offers both new revenue streams and cost savings. Expway estimates that a wireless operator with 25 million subscribers could achieve as much as €300 million ($400 million) worth of additional revenues and costs saved by deploying the technology. “It represents more than €1 ($1.35) per subscriber per month of increased margin.”

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World Cup reveals one of the TV Everywhere issues: latency!

World Cup reveals one of the TV Everywhere issues: latency! | Mobile TV around the world | Scoop.it
While the nearly completed World Cup soccer tournament has delivered TV Everywhere its highest usage to date, it has also laid bare an issue related to any kind of video delivered over the Internet: latency.
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Nielsen Will Start Counting Mobile TV Viewers - NBC News

Nielsen Will Start Counting Mobile TV Viewers  - NBC News | Mobile TV around the world | Scoop.it
If you watch your favorite TV shows on a smartphone or tablet, whether you launch a browser or an app, you will no longer be left out. Beginning in the fall,...
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Yahoo buys startup RayV to bolster online video streaming

Yahoo buys startup RayV to bolster online video streaming | Mobile TV around the world | Scoop.it
The Internet portal shores up the technology behind its aggressive push into the online media scrum.
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EE to trial LTE Broadcast this quarter

EE to trial LTE Broadcast this quarter | Mobile TV around the world | Scoop.it

U.K. operator says there is money to be made from broadcasting content, especially sport, but managing network traffic will be primary driver.


EE plans to begin trialling LTE Broadcast services in the immediate future with a view to a commercial rollout from around 2016, depending on the availability of devices.

The U.K. mobile operator believes there is revenue to be had from LTE Broadcast, but in the early stages the impetus for operators to deploy the technology will stem from network congestion.

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Ericsson: LTE Broadcast will soon play starring role in TV distribution

Ericsson: LTE Broadcast will soon play starring role in TV distribution | Mobile TV around the world | Scoop.it
LTE Broadcast is primed to help service providers efficiently offer consumers personalized mobile TV, according to Joerg Huschke, Ericsson master researcher. "We believe LTE will play a major role in TV distribution in the near future.
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So it begins: Fox using Aereo precedent in battle against Dish

So it begins: Fox using Aereo precedent in battle against Dish | Mobile TV around the world | Scoop.it
Those who scoffed at the notion that the U.S. Supreme Court's ruling last week against Aereo was written too narrowly to affect other media technologies have been proven right--Fox is using the precedent in its two-year-old battle with Dish Network and its Hopper DVR.
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Supreme Court rules against Aereo, sides with broadcasters in high-stakes copyright case

Supreme Court rules against Aereo, sides with broadcasters in high-stakes copyright case | Mobile TV around the world | Scoop.it
The U.S. Supreme Court handed a high-stakes victory to broadcasters, ruling online video startup Aereo violated copyrights on their programming, dealing a crippling blow to the TV-streaming company.
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Verizon 4G LTE users to be subject to 'Network Optimization'

Verizon 4G LTE users to be subject to 'Network Optimization' | Mobile TV around the world | Scoop.it
Previously, only 3G users were tapped for optimization -- what some say is throttling -- designed to avoid clogs. But a report says that's changing.
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OnStar's in-car 4G LTE: fast on the highway, but still needs a tune-up

OnStar's in-car 4G LTE: fast on the highway, but still needs a tune-up | Mobile TV around the world | Scoop.it

From a public relations perspective, it was a good plan: round up a handful of journalists, cram them in 4G LTE connected cars, and showcase OnStar's new network by using it to host teleconference interviews from the beach. A good plan, but one still subject to the follies of network connectivity. After spending several hours connected to GM's "Connected by OnStar 4G LTE" fleet of 2015 sedans, I can unequivocally say it's the best LTE experience I've ever had at 70 miles per hour -- but it's far from perfect.

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Report: "Half of Adult Broadband Users Now Engage Mobile Video Apps at Least Once a Month"

Report: "Half of Adult Broadband Users Now Engage Mobile Video Apps at Least Once a Month" | Mobile TV around the world | Scoop.it

A new report from The Diffusion Group (TDG), Mobile Video Apps: User Dimensions, finds that 49% of US adult broadband users engage some form of mobile video app at least once a month, with 17% engaging weekly and 16% daily.


According to Michael Greeson, TDG President and author of the new report, mobile video app engagement is inversely proportional to age — that is, the younger the consumer, the more likely they are to engage mobile video apps. For example, 63% of Late Millennials (18-24s) report using mobile video apps at least once a month, compared with 56% of Early Millennials (25-34s), 55% of 35-44s, and 41% of adult broadband users between the ages of 45 and 54.

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Verizon to debut LTE multicast in 2015

Verizon to debut LTE multicast in 2015 | Mobile TV around the world | Scoop.it
Verizon Communications will commercially launch its LTE broadcast network in 2015 enabling it to broadcast events, such as sporting events, to a large number of subscribers at the same time. Fran Shammo, Verizon's CFO, said that the company will have the LTE broadcast network ready in third quarter with commercial launch next year.
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BBC To Test 4G And 4K Commonwealth Games Broadcasts

BBC To Test 4G And 4K Commonwealth Games Broadcasts | Mobile TV around the world | Scoop.it
BBC Commonwealth Games trials to see LTE eMBMS and IP networks used to discover new ways of transmitting content to TVs and smartphones
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100% surge in number of LTE user devices to 1,889 products

100% surge in number of LTE user devices to 1,889 products | Mobile TV around the world | Scoop.it

The latest update to the "Status of the LTE Ecosystem" report published today by GSA (Global mobile Suppliers Association) confirms that 168 manufacturers have announced 1,889 LTE-enabled user devices, including operator and frequency variants. 941 new LTE user devices were launched in the past year, representing virtually 100% annual growth. The number of manufacturers increased by 68% in the same period.

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Diving into ultra-low latency for live using MPEG-DASH - GPAC Licensing

Diving into ultra-low latency for live using MPEG-DASH - GPAC Licensing | Mobile TV around the world | Scoop.it
Low latency with HTTP-streaming (segment-based) technologies is a challenge. In particular MPEG-DASH is gaining adoption among international industry consortiums such as DVB with DVB DASH or ETSI with HbbTV 2.0 …
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Mobile video ads outperform TV ads, says study

Mobile video ads outperform TV ads, says study | Mobile TV around the world | Scoop.it
Mobile video ads are more successful at tapping into people's emotions than television ads, according to a study by the Mobile Marketing Association, Millward Brown and Tremor Video.
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Verizon's LTE Band 13 included in Anritsu's LTE Multicast test cases

Verizon Wireless' interest in deploying commercial LTE Multicast services has apparently not been lost on Anritsu. The vendor announced that one of its test systems now provides validated eMBMS test cases across spectrum bands for the U.S.
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Russia’s Megafon reportedly testing LTE Broadcast

Russia’s Megafon reportedly testing LTE Broadcast | Mobile TV around the world | Scoop.it

Russian mobile operator Megafon has reportedly begun testing LTE Broadcast technology from Huawei. 


According to local trade news site ComNews, Megafon is testing LTE Broadcast technology, centred on the eMBMS enhanced multicast standard, in Moscow using capacity in the 2.6GHz range.

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Free Netflix with Vodafone 4G mobile & broadband deals are now live

Free Netflix with Vodafone 4G mobile & broadband deals are now live | Mobile TV around the world | Scoop.it
Vodafone is giving away six months of free Netflix with 4G phone and mobile broadband plans. 

The promo - running until December - is available to...
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T-Mobile's UnRadio may NOT be available to all unlimited data plans

T-Mobile's UnRadio may NOT be available to all unlimited data plans | Mobile TV around the world | Scoop.it
Recently T-Mobile CEO John Legere announced a free streaming music from several different streaming radio apps that would not count against the customers data plan. This exclusive was said to be free to ALL customers with an unlimited data plan and cost $4 a month for those with a tiered plan.
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