The demand for over-the-top (OTT) video has reached a fever pitch, but content owners, broadcasters and service providers continue to struggle over how to rapidly and effectively translate the exploding growth of OTT video
Expert technology publication, Rethink Technology Research, recently featured Quickplay for the release of its mobile CDN for LTE-Broadcast (LTE-B) announced at this year’s Mobile World
On the heels of Netflix’s CES announcement, OTT video in emerging markets has become a big topic, and for good reason. Emerging markets represent over sixty percent of the broadband population, and almost twenty
Quickplay’s solution for monetizing mobile video with LTE broadcast was recently featured in two publications, IP&TV News and The Broadcast Bridge, to address the current challenges that network operators face as a result of
Millennials have high expectations for what they invest in, with digital services being one of them. Not only am I a millennial, but also, having never owned a pay-tv cable subscription, I can be
Quickplay’s managed service model enables up to a 50%-70% reduction in costs compared to building the same service in-house.
The new TV landscape presents many challenges to traditional TV operators. In addition to competitive pressures from disruptive, non-traditional over the top players like Netflix, recent government rulings prompting operators to offer content via
The obvious benefit of LTE-B is an increase in network efficiency for broadcast services. By delivering the same stream of content to an unlimited number of users (one-to-many), operators eliminate network capacity constraints, delivering
Quickplayers, this past month has marked the beginning of a transformative time for Quickplay. It is an incredible time to be a part of the organization and the industry at
The number of connected TVs in the world is expected to grow by 147% to 759M from 2013 to 2018. In 2018 one in four TVs worldwide will be a connected
IBC 2013 brought in a record number of attendees this year. With over 50,000 visitors and 1,400 exhibitors, there was plenty to keep us busy during the week!
QuickPlay was amongst those who were
The industry at large is on the verge of some incredible change. In just a few short years, television and technology have converged, really transforming the way we consume our content.
Here at QuickPlay,
While not all QuickPlayers are Toronto Maple Leafs fans, we are a Toronto company. It’s been a long time coming and our long-suffering city donned its blue and white for the Leafs first playoff
It’s no surprise that the way in which we consume content continues to change. The rapid proliferation of devices combined with high adoption rates and an infinite amount of content at our fingertips, has
Last week we packed our bags and headed for Vegas to exhibit at the NAB Show. For those unfamiliar with the conference, NAB is one of the largest events in the broadcasting industry,
Today’s OTT TV solutions are driven mostly by on-demand content, but as mobile usage and online video consumption continue to surge forward, a new consideration is beginning to form an important element of next
Mobile World Congress, more commonly known as MWC, took place in a new (larger) venue last week in Barcelona. Over 72,000 attended the event from 200 countries. This year, rather than display in partner
January and February is always an exciting time of the year with a flood of high profile events one after the other: The Golden Globes, SAG Awards, Super Bowl, Academy Awards and March Madness.
Recent data from Nielsen, Interactive Advertising Bureau (IAB), and others confirm that our TV viewing habits are