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Digital Video Applications Drive Hard Disk Market

In-Stat announced it forecasts that hard disk drive shipments will reach over 1 billion units by 2014.

DTT Set-Top Box Market $6 Billion by 2014

In-Stat announced that it expects high definition Digital Terrestrial Television (DTT) Set-Top Box (STB) revenues to hit nearly $6 billion by 2014.

SuperSpeed USB 3.0 Gaining Traction

In-Stat announced it expects that nearly 14 million SuperSpeed USB 3.0 devices will ship in 2010, rising to over 1.7 billion by 2014.

Mobile Phones Embrace HDMI

In-Stat announced that it expects over one million mobile phones and 350 million consumer electronics devices equipped with HDMI ports to ship in 2010.

Video Entertainment Industry Must Experiment

In-Stat announced that the video entertainment industry must experiment with new Over-the-Top (OTT) video services and ways of doing business in order to offset declining revenues.

Life in the Wi-Fi Fast Lane

In-Stat announced that Wi-Fi chipsets will pass a billion units shipped annually by 2012 and devices with the largest revenue growth rate over the next five years will include mobile Internet devices, automotive applications, E-readers and DVD/Blu-ray Disc players.

MPEG IC Revenue to Reach $4.5 billion by 2014

In-Stat announced that the value of MPEG IC revenue will grow to $4.5 billion by 2014. According to the statement, video decoding chips are becoming video decoding systems and standalone video encoding chips have given way to highly programmable system-on-chip (SoC) devices, which are now expanding to include the radio and communication components around them.

Hybrid Web-to-TV Set Top Boxes Gaining Popularity

In-Stat announced that the hybrid Web-to-TV Set Top Box (STB) market will reach $1.3 billion (US) worldwide by 2014.

3D HDTVs Gaining Popularity

In-Stat announced that by 2013, one in five new HDTVs sold in the US will be 3D. According to the statement, year-over-year shipment growth will be 231% between 2010 and 2011, resulting in a doubling of the US installed base of units for 3D HDTVs from 2010 to 2011.

Inlet to Demonstrate Live 3D HD Video Streaming

Inlet Technologies announced it will participate in the demonstration of 3D HD video delivery with Level 3, Microsoft Corp. and THX Ltd. at NAB 2010.

Consumers Want Pay TV and Over-the-Top Video

In-Stat announced that consumers want their Internet TV. Already, 26% of U.S. consumer respondents report viewing Internet TV more than once per week. However, rather than a substitute for traditional pay TV services, consumers want Over-the-Top (OTT) Internet video to compliment traditional TV offerings.

Consumer Network Storage Market Growing

In-Stat announced that, with home networking adoption passing 50% of households in North America and 13% worldwide, the consumer network storage (CNS) market is seeing continued growth. Web-enabled consumer devices, such as TVs and Blu-ray Disc (BD) players, are further diversifying the demand and applications for consumer network storage devices.

Free Digital Entertainment Revolution Whitepaper

In-Stat announced that it is offering a free copy of its new whitepaper, The Digital Entertainment Revolution, sponsored by Capgemini.

Consumers Interested in OTT Video and Web TV Devices

In-Stat announced that nearly 37% of broadband households in North America are extremely or very interested in viewing Over-the-Top (OTT) video content on their home TV.

Blu-ray Chips Overtake DVD in 2009

In-Stat announced that the transition from DVD to Blu-ray Disc (BD) players and recorders is creating a substantial opportunity for Blu-ray semiconductor companies. Blu-ray player semiconductor content overtook DVD player semi content for the first time in 2009, and is projected to account for nearly three quarters of the combined Blu-ray/DVD player semiconductor revenues by [...]