As consumers embrace premium technology experiences -- such as voice assistants and smart home security -- network service providers (NSPs) are under the gun to deliver high-end customer premises equipment (CPE) needed to access these services.
Enabling consumer access to a wide range of connected home applications requires intelligence as well as faster speeds. This is leading to a phenomenon that is becoming increasingly known as “the smartification of the connected home.”
Throughout 2017 and 2018, the cable industry’s major players have been rolling out new technologies and services across the entire ecosystem; and with new offerings like AR and VR just around the corner, the Cable marketplace is heating up.
Technicolor PULSE is a secure, web-based platform for the video production industry. It integrates remote file management – including those that support VFX functions -- into a single, cloud-based platform that enables users to track, store and manage all types of content through every stage of production and post-production. Learn how Technicolor PULSE brought automation to the Stranger Things: Season 2 editing process.
As traditional network service providers (NSPs) explore opportunities with streaming TV in the Asia-Pacific (APAC) region, a newly launched set-top box built on the open Android TV platform is giving Foxtel – one of Australia's leading pay-TV operators – the headwind it needs to capture more audience and launch innovative new services.
The Blu-ray Disc Association’s (BDA) recently announced support for Technicolor High Dynamic Range (HDR) technology, is a development that will reinforce Blu-ray's position as the gold standard for viewing filmed entertainment in the home.
The broadcast industry put High Dynamic Range (HDR) through the prerequisite hoops, trials and field tests during 2017. But this year will see a major commercial shift, as HDR technologies and standards mature and get integrated into more widely available products.
In the final days of December 2017, the Advanced Television Systems Committee (ATSC) approved Technicolor’s SL-HDR1 amendment as a Proposed Standard, and once voted on, is expected to be added as an option to the ATSC A/341 video standard.
#Sundance is the latest partner to contribute talent who are leveraging #theTEC’s increasingly popular #Artists in Residency program for immersive media. Sundance New Frontier Lab’s Kamal Sinclair explains why. Apply now to be part of the program too!
We caught up with Karel Adriaensen, Director of Product Management with Technicolor's Connected Home Division, to get his insights into the latest developments on two compelling broadband access technologies that are maturing rapidly as telcos around the world wrestle with how to bring more bandwidth in to people's home: G.Fast and 10G-PON.
In the race to feed the need for speed demanded by consumers, DOCSIS 3.1 offers cable providers an opportunity to deliver gigabit performance to subscribers that competes effectively with fiber technologies. Moreover, operators can choose from a wide array of migration strategies depending on market conditions in the regions they serve.
By combining new cable-based gigabit access technologies with managed Wi-Fi services, cable operators will be well positioned to make further inroads into the rapidly growing multi-billion dollar small and medium-sized business (SMB) market in North America.
Edge computing is the natural next step from cloud computing and provides network service providers (NSPs) with an opportunity to leverage its unique position inside subscribers’ homes to create new revenue streams .
"Technicolor is working with chip-set partners to integrate all the necessary parameters, interfaces and other information needed to support managed wireless services in the home – using Wi-Fi Doctor -- into its software development kits (SDKs)."
In the regions of Europe, the Middle East and Africa (EMEA), adoption of Wi-Fi in the home is on the rise. With that comes increasing pressure for network service providers (NSPs) to deliver Wi-Fi services that meet customers’ performance and quality expectations and also generate new revenue opportunities. The Future Trust recently sat down with Bart Vercammen, Vice President Of Product Management at Technicolor’s Connected Home Division, to hear about the Wi-Fi opportunities for NSPs in...
Network service providers (NSPs) are scrambling to deliver integrated over-the-top (OTT) TV, video-on-demand, and content experiences their customers can enjoy anytime, anywhere, and on any device they choose. But they face challenges. There’s stiff competition from over-the-top (OTT) providers, and telcos and traditional NSPs are struggling with upgrading all of the legacy equipment they have already out in the field.
Consumer expectations for continuous connectivity across a range of devices in the home are elevating the importance for network service providers (NSPs) to offer robust “always on” Wi-Fi services in the home. People around the world have become accustomed to constantly consuming content and services on smart phones and tablets. This is creating demand for in-home Wi-Fi connectivity that is both pervasive and resilient.
As Wi-Fi technology continues to advance, opportunities are being created for network operators to offer new services and improved functionality to meet growing demands for high-quality wireless services in the home. Technicolor and Quantenna Communications are working closely to provide communication service providers (CSPs) with the products they need.