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Apple 3rd largest global STB company: IHS

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Apple’s popular Apple TV devices have propelled the company into third-ranked position in 2015, based on revenue in the overall global set-top box (STB) market, from ninth place in 2014.

The surge is courtesy of continued strong growth in consumer retail over-the-top television (OTT) boxes, and the consolidation of the top players of the global STB market with Arris’ acquisition of Pace and Technicolor’s acquisition of Cisco’s STB division, which were finalised last year.

Bringing Apple into global contention from a unit-shipment standpoint, more than 10 million Apple TVs were shipped in 2015 — the fifth largest volume in the world — following Arris, Technicolor, and Skyworth and ZTE, according to IHS Inc. (NYSE: IHS), the leading global source of critical information and insight.

“The STB market has certainly grown since 2007, when Steve Jobs originally described the Apple TV business line as a ‘hobby’.

Now we’re seeing sales of Apple’s consumer devices in the millions, which has catapulted the company ahead of leading STB manufacturers that ship to pay TV providers.

Apple TV’s particular success is a result of translating consumption habits from across Apple’s wider device ecosystem onto the TV screen,” said IHS Technology director of connected home Daniel Simmons. https://ihs.newshq.businesswire.com/sites/ihs.newshq.businesswire.com/files/Tech_NA/global_stb_chart_ihs.png In 2015, global set-top box shipments grew 4.8 per cent, year over year, to reach 353 million units, according to the IHS Set-Top Box Intelligence Market Monitor.

This growth was driven by internet-protocol television (IPTV) in China, where telecommunications companies are pushing IPTV services to generate returns on their investments in fiber to the home (FTTH), which connects buildings with high-speed internet access. Revenue increased by 3.4 per cent to reach $5.7 billion in th

Read more at: http://www.televisionpost.com/technology/apple-3rd-largest-global-stb-company-ihs/ | TelevisionPost.com
 
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