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Connected Home Market Examined in New Comprehensive Report Published at MarketPublishers.com

December 28, 2011

Never before have operators needed to widen revenue streams more than they do in 2011. The connected home, once a concept is now a reality, once poised to transform the way we live. New research report “Connected Homes Report 2011-2016: A Paradigm Shift in the Way we Live” provided by Visiongain has been recently published by Market Publishers Ltd.

London, UK (PRWEB) December 28, 2011

Never before have operators needed to widen revenue streams more than they do in 2011. The connected home, once a concept is now a reality, once poised to transform the way we live. Operators, OEMs, infrastructure vendors and content provider revenues are all set to benefit from the uptake of smart homes. Several key operators have already partnered with content providers and OEMs to capitalise on the unique monestiable opportunities offered by an ecosystem of smart devices. New market entrants must act in a speedy fashion to claim their stake in the USD 231 billion dollar revenues the connected home market is expected to reap by 2016.

New research report “Connected Homes Report 2011-2016: A Paradigm Shift in the Way we Live” provided by Visiongain has been recently published by Market Publishers Ltd.

Report Details:

Title: Connected Homes Report 2011-2016: A Paradigm Shift in the Way we Live

Published: November, 2011

Pages: 157

Price: US$ 2,664

http://marketpublishers.com/report/technologies_electronics/telecommunications/connected_homes_report_2011_2016_a_paradigm_shift_in_way_we_live.html

The research report provides an independent and unbiased insight into the connected home market´s potential.

Key Questions Answered in the Report Include:

  •     How is the connected home ecosystem developing?
  •     How can cloud be leveraged to offer connected home services?
  •     What are the opportunities offered by connected homes to mobile network operators?
  •     What are the economics of delivering digital media and communications to the connected home and where does the value lie?
  •     What is the future of home entertainment?
  •     What is the lifecycle stage of connected homes?
  •     Which geographical regions offer the greatest growth potential for connected homes?
  •     What will be the role of the tablet in the connected home?
  •     What products will the service provider need carry to gain connected home market share?
  •     What are the opportunities for app developers in the connected home arena?
  •     What are the successful strategies for players to monetize in connected home market?

Report Contents:

Executive Summary

E1 Technology Convergence Essential for Connected Home Success

E2 Life Cycle Stage about to Enter Rapid Growth Phase

E3 The Value Proposition – Everyone to Benefit from The Connected Home

E4 Is the Connected Home an Inevitability?

E5 Points Emerged from this Research

1. Introduction to the Connected Home

1.1 Defining the ‘Connected Home’

1.2 Current Connected Home Market

1.3 The Three Screen Strategy

1.4 Evolution of Connected Homes

1.5 Enabling Technologies

1.6 Why Operators need the Connected Home

1.7 Aim of the Report

1.8 Questions Answered by the Report

1.9 Structure of the Report

1.10 Methodology

2. Ecosystem Players – Making the Connected Home Work

2.1 Key Ecosystem Players Offerings

2.1.1 Apple – Connected Home Offering

    2.1.1.1 Funambol to Rival Apple’s iCloud with MediaHub

     2.1.1.1.1 Funambol and the Potential for Operator Own Brand Cloud Services

    2.1.1.2 Apple’s Next move – Driving Connected Home Adoption Rates

    2.1.1.3 Apple to Make Connected TV?

    2.1.1.4 Summary Analysis of Apple’s Connected Home Offerings

2.1.2 Samsung’s Connected Home Offering

    2.1.2.1 Samsung to lead in Smart TV Arena?

    2.1.2.2 Samsung Positioned to Lead in Connected Home Market

    2.1.2.3 Regional Analysis of Samsung Smart TV Sales

    2.1.2.4 Summary Analysis of Samsung’s Connected Home Offering

2.1.3 Cisco’s Connected Home Offering

    2.1.3.1 Summary Analysis of Cisco’s Connected Home Offering

2.1.4 Panasonic’s Connected Home Offering

    2.1.4.1 Panasonic’s Partnership with Dialog to Strengthen Connected Home Offering

    2.1.4.2 Summary Analysis of Panasonics Connected Home Offering

2.1.5 Microsoft’s Connected Home Offering

    2.1.5.1 Windows Embedded Standard 7 Advantages

    2.1.5.2 Microsoft in Direct Competition with Apple?

    2.1.5.3 The XBox as Media Hub

    2.1.5.4 XBMC

     2.1.5.4.1 XBMC Remote

    2.1.5.5 Summary Analysis of Microsoft’s Connected Home Offering

2.1.6 Sony’s Connected Home Offering

    2.1.6.1 PlayStation 3 as Media Hub – A rival to the Xbox 360?

     2.1.6.1.1 Sony versus Microsoft – Who has competitive edge?

    2.1.6.2 Sony vs. Apple – Who will Emerge as Leader?

    2.1.6.3 Summary Analysis of Sony’s Connected Home Offering

2.1.7 Toshiba’s Connected Home Offering

    2.1.7.1 Toshiba Attempting the Three Screen Strategy?

    2.1.7.2 Summary Analysis of Sony’s Connected Home Offering

2.1.8 Nokia’s Connected Home Offering

    2.1.8.1 Will Nokia’s Connected Home Offering Expand?

2.1.9 LG’s Connected Home Offering

    2.1.9.1 Summary Analysis of LG’s Connected Home Offering

2.1.10 Intel’s Role in the Connected Home

2.1.11 Dell Partners with Operators to gain Stranglehold on Connected Home Market

    2.1.11.1 Summary Analysis of Dell’s Connected Home Offering

2.1.12 HP and Connected Entertainment

    2.1.12.1 Summary Analysis of HP’s Connected Home Offering

2.1.13 Motorola and Verizon to offer Connected Home Together?

    2.1.13.1 Motorola and Verizon’s Connected Home Offering to be a Success?

2.2 Key Ecosystem Players – Overall Analysis of Connected Home Offerings

3. Connected Home Current Market – Case Studies

More new market research reports by the publisher can be found at Visiongain page.

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