OTT Services Marketplace Examined in New Pyramid Research Published at

18 Feb 2016 • by Natalie Aster

LONDON – Rapid uptake of over-the-top (OTT) services from pole to pole acts as the main force driving growth in data traffic for broadband providers. OTT apps enjoying high demand have disrupted internet service providers’ management models since they have expanded a volume of content being carried over the Internet. Consequently, a number of challenges have been created and IPSs are forced to work on methods for managing the congestion.

Besides, traffic management by the providers has resulted in the governments’ intervention with a view to ensure Internet traffic equality.

The need of intervention has been discussed to a long period of time. Since the public Internet started to be widely used, governments across the globe have initiated to weigh the merits of regulating it against the risks of abridging freedom.

Regulators must be aware of factors enabling a sustainable network neutrality program. A concerted implementation plan is required in order to achieve a sustainable progress and advance the net neutrality agenda.

Network operators must look for ways to partner with app providers and the OTT content.

Taking part in multi-stakeholder initiatives can assist internet service providers in engaging in a process of policy setting in their countries.

New research report “OTT Services: Collaborative Regulation Can Promote Internet Neutrality” worked out by Pyramid Research offers a detailed discussion of the OTT marketplace. The study insightfully examines market drivers and delves in market trends. It comprises ecosystem player views as well as case studies. Historical data and a discussion of marketplace opportunities are on hand in the report, too.

Report Details:

OTT Services: Collaborative Regulation Can Promote Internet Neutrality
Published: February, 2016
Pages:  63
Price: US$ 3,495.00

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