TV to drive internet speeds

Wednesday 13 October 2010 | 16:50 CET | News
Dutch consumers don't consider speed a key element of their internet subscriptions, making it difficult for operators to push ahead with network investments as consumers won't pay for the upgrades, according to a presentation by Telecompaper CEO Ed Achterberg at the research company's NL Breedband conference in Rotterdam. While speed is no USP, TV is increasingly a means of competition. Furthermore, with the breakthrough of connected TV on the consumer market, the capacity of internet connections will be increasingly important. Operators need to make the choice now whether they want to be

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Categories: Broadcast & Satellite / Internet
Companies: Apple / Google / Hulu / Telecompaper / Your.TV
Countries: Netherlands
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