Thursday, February 14, 2013

Study: Poor Online Video Quality Costly | Home Media Magazine

Study: Poor Online Video Quality Costly | Home Media Magazine: Global video content companies left as much as $2.16 billion on the table in 2012 due to poor online video streams, according to a new study.

San Mateo, Calif.-based video streaming company Conviva studied 22.6 billion video streams from 2012, and found approximately 60% experienced quality issues of one kind or another (20.6% impacted by buffering; 19.5% impacted by slow video startup time; 40% impacted by low-resolution picture due to low bitrates).
This item illustrates the significance of having Internet infrastructure capable of delivering quality video content.  Fiber to the premise remains the best current and future infrastructure for the job.

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