• 25 Years – A Retrospective on Innovation in the TMT Sector

    Review a quarter century of innovation in the telecoms, media, and technology sector through the eyes of industry experts. Get all the articles in one eBook.

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  • Controlling Content Access in a Borderless (Internet) World

    This article delves into the challenges that content owners and distributors are facing to meet their licensing and distribution agreements and what can be done about it. Discusses geo-detection, geo-circumvention, geo-blocking, and geo-filtering. Published in M&E Journal, Winter 2016.

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  • The Future of Broadcast Cardless Security – Revisited

    In 2012, Cartesian, in collaboration with Verimatrix, reported on the future of cardless broadcast security, which included an industry-wide survey and insights from experts in the field. We looked at how changes in piracy and technology were affecting the implementation of conditional access (CA) systems in the one-way broadcast network and, more specifically, how the relevance of cardless security to one-way service operators was changing.

    This paper revisits our earlier report with updated analysis and findings from a new industry survey conducted in the summer of 2017. Our update includes the views of the one hundred and fifteen professionals from countries across the globe, representing key stakeholders in the TV industry, who participated in the survey.

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  • The Future of Mobile Video

    Cartesian's mobile video report, in collaboration with Mobile World Live, provides an in-depth analysis into current and future trends of smartphone video consumption – currently the biggest traffic driver on today's mobile and Wi-Fi networks.

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  • The Future of Networks: Dealing with transformation in a virtualized world

    Is change happening fast enough?  CSPs are under pressure as the explosion in customer demand for data is stretching traditional operations to the limit. Network virtualization is crucial to meeting these demands, with 69% of survey respondents agreeing that operators that do not virtualize their networks will struggle to compete.

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