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12 for 12: Strategy Analytics Predicts 2012 as Year Of Super-Platform

by User Not Found | Dec 22, 2011

Standalone content providers will be marginalised, the role of device vendors will be diminished, and entry barriers will be raised to “historically unimaginable levels” according to our 2012 Predictions report, which is now available for complimentary download. According to my colleague, Ed Barton: “Now it is no longer enough to ‘just’ be a multibillion dollar market leader to play this game: bring an addressable market of more than a hundred million devices, global territorial coverage, tier one content relationships across all entertainment formats and tens of billions of dollars to invest over the next decade, or go home.”

The report also addresses Apple’s iTV, Smart TV platforms, second screen apps, broadband speeds, Android@Home, Amazon’s tablet strategy, voice control, new wireless home technologies, the next generation of games console platforms, and the multiscreen impact of the London Olympics.

Enjoy the report. We welcome feedback and wish everyone a peaceful and relaxing holiday.

David Mercer

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