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Video Streaming Outside The Firewall Market Shares, Strategies, and Forecasts, Worldwide, 2012 to 2018

Description:
WinterGreen Research announces that it has a new study on Video Streaming Outside the Firewall. Worldwide markets are poised to achieve outstanding growth as people look for video content online and enterprises go outside the firewall to get content for employees.

Video content delivery on the internet is all about content and infrastructure. Infrastructure is needed to manage end point devices. Content is almost an afterthought once the infrastructure is in place. The vision of video content delivery is to change fundamentally the way media is accessed and consumed. User generated content represents a move away from entirely professional content to some content captured on the fly.

As better video tools become more widely available, the quality of the user generated content and the professional video begins to converge. There has often been little or no charge for uploading user-generated content. As a result, data centers are replete with exabytes of user-generated content that, in addition to creating a corporate asset, may also contain data that can be regarded as a liability.

As mobile network connection speeds increase, the average bit rate of content accessed through the Internet and the mobile network will increase. High-definition video will be more prevalent, and the proportion of streamed content as compared to side-loaded content is also expected to increase with average mobile network connection speed. The shift toward on-demand video will affect mobile networks as much as it will affect fixed networks. Traffic can increase dramatically while the total amount of time spent watching video increases dramatically.

The online video content delivery business is characterized by rapid change. Converging, new and disruptive, technologies are rapidly evolving. Companies seek to connect people with information on the web and provide them with relevant advertising.

Google YouTube provides a range of video, interactive, and other ad formats for advertisers to reach their intended audience. YouTube's video advertising solutions give advertisers a way to promote their content to the YouTube community, as well as to associate with content being watched by their target audience. Google YouTube offers analytic tools to help advertisers understand their audience and derive general business intelligence.

YouTube has experienced strong growth in mobile viewers and has established key partnerships with content companies to help monetize mobile video.

youtube.com Statistics:

- More than 3 billion views per day

- 48 hours of video uploaded every minute

- More video uploaded to YouTube in one month than the three major US networks created in 60 years

- 60 hours of video are uploaded every minute, or one hour of video is uploaded to YouTube every second.

- Over 4 billion videos are viewed a day

- Over 800 million unique users visit YouTube each month

- Over 3 billion hours of video are watched each month on YouTube

- More video is uploaded to YouTube in one month than the 3 major US networks created in 60 years

Mediafly seeks to fundamentally change the way media is accessed and consumed. Mediafly is committed to the iOS platform. It has been there since the launch of the app store in 2008. Insight in consumer media organization and consumption, experience with enterprise security and analytics, and a rapid development cycle are applied to the iPhone, iPod Touch, and iPad.

According to Susan Eustis, principal author of the study, “Video streaming outside the firewall: is used to deliver content efficiently. Sometimes user generated content constitutes a portion of a website where the majority of content is prepared by administrators. Numerous user generated content is driving video markets outside the firewall. Network performance and broadband play a critical role in video streaming.”

Video Content Delivery outside the firewall markets at $1.8 billion in 2011 are anticipated to reach $5.8 billion by 2018. Growth is a result of the ubiquitous value of video for entertainment and communications. Video is invaluable in education, providing a broad set of use there. New infrastructure and tools are being used to create opportunity in streaming video outside the firewall. Video availability outside the firewall is evolving strategies in the cloud environment. Advertising represents the premier manner of monetizing video.

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Contents:
VIDEO STREAMING OUTSIDE THE FIREWALL EXECUTIVE SUMMARY
- Video Content Delivery Market Driving Forces
- Video Content Delivery Market Shares
- Ustream Events Format
- Video Streaming Content Delivery Outside the Firewall Market Forecasts

1. VIDEO STREAMING OUTSIDE THE FIREWALL: MARKET DESCRIPTION AND MARKET DYNAMICS
- 1.1. User Generated Content Can Constitute Only A Portion Of A Website
- 1.1.1. Network Performance Plays A Critical Role
- 1.2. Video Advertising Depends On Relevance, Objectivity, And Quality
- 1.3. Trends in the Online Advertising Business
- 1.3.1. Google Advertising Strategy
- 1.4. Globalization Of The Enterprise
- 1.4.1. Globalization Supported By Ubiquitous Communications Networks
- 1.4.2. Growing Need For Collaboration Across Distance And Time
- 1.4.3. Elements of a Complete Communications and Collaboration Solution

2. VIDEO STREAMING OUTSIDE THE FIREWALL MARKET SHARES AND FORECASTS
- 2.1. Video Content Delivery Market Driving Forces
- 2.2. Video Content Delivery Market Shares
- 2.2.1. Google YouTube
- 2.2.2. youtube.com Statistics
- 2.2.3. YouTube Partner Program
- 2.2.4. youtube.com Monetization
- 2.2.5. youtube.com Product Metrics
- 2.2.6. Google Brand Risk
- 2.2.7. Google DoubleClick Advertising Technology
- 2.2.8. Mediafly
- 2.2.9. Akamai
- 2.2.10. Ustream Events Format
- 2.2.11. Ustream Events Sample
- 2.2.12. Kaltura API Tools and Resources
- 2.2.13. Kaltura API Client Libraries - Software Development Kit
- 2.2.14. Apple Facetime
- 2.3. Video Streaming Content Delivery Outside Firewall, Streams Infrastructure, Market Shares
- 2.4. Video Streaming Content Delivery Outside Firewall, Content Streams, Market Shares
- 2.5. Video Streaming Content Delivery Outside the Firewall Market Forecasts
- 2.5.1. Video Content Delivery Applications
- 2.5.2. Mobile Data Traffic Milestones
- 2.5.3. Mobile Cloud Adoption
- 2.5.4. Trend: Traffic Offload from Mobile Networks to Fixed Networks
- 2.6. Video Content Delivery Regional Analysis
- 2.6.1. Google International Revenues -
- 2.6.2. Akamai Regional Presence

3. VIDEO STREAMING OUTSIDE THE FIREWALL PRODUCT DESCRIPTION
- 3.1. Google / You Tube
- 3.1.1. YouTube
- 3.1.2. You Tube Merchandise
- 3.1.3. YouTube home
- 3.1.4. Google Video Media for Education
- 3.1.5. YouTube Compelling Media Management Solution
- 3.1.6. Google Collaboration Tools
- 3.2. Mediafly
- 3.2.1. Mediafly and iOS
- 3.2.2. Mediafly Apps on Amazon Appstore
- 3.2.3. Mediafly Windows + Mac + Linux
- 3.2.4. Mediafly's "Apps
- 3.3. Akamai
- 3.3.1. Akamai Intelligent Platform
- 3.3.2. Akamai Analytics
- 3.3.3. Akami Media Distribution
- 3.3.4. Akamai Business Solutions
- 3.3.5. Akamai TV Everywhere
- 3.3.6. Akamai Aqua Mobile Accelerator
- 3.3.7. Akamai Terra Alta Cloud Accelerator
- 3.3.8. Akamai Electronic Software Delivery
- 3.4. Upstream
- 3.4.1. Ustream Arena Football League (AFL)
- 3.4.2. Ustream Hill's Science Diet Chat with Allison Sweeney
- 3.4.3. Ustream Eve 6 Chat
- 3.4.4. Ustream Events Sample
- 3.5. Kaltura
- 3.5.1. Kaltura API
- 3.5.2. Kaltura API Tools and Resources
- 3.5.3. Kaltura API Client Libraries - Software Development Kit
- 3.5.4. Kaltura Video Player API
- 3.5.5. Kaltura API Security
- 3.5.6. Kaltura Video Upload and Ingestion
- 3.5.7. Kaltura Video Transcoding and Processing
- 3.5.8. Kaltura Video Publishing
- 3.5.9. Kaltura Video Monetization
- 3.5.10. Kaltura Video Hosting Platform
- 3.5.11. Kaltura Content Trimming and Clipping
- 3.5.12. Kaltura Subtitles
- 3.5.13. Kaltura Video Solutions for Media and Entertainment
- 3.5.14. Kaltura Reaches Audiences on Any Device
- 3.5.15. Kaltura Video Solutions for Enterprises and Businesses
- 3.5.16. Kaltura Video for the Social Enterprise: Collaboration and Knowledge Sharing
- 3.5.17. Kaltura Video & Rich Media Extension
- 3.5.18. Kaltura Content Authoring Toolkit
- 3.5.19. Kaltura Video Solutions for Teaching and Learning
- 3.5.20. Kaltura MediaSpace - a YouTube™ for Campus
- 3.5.21. Kaltura Video Solutions for Service Providers
- 3.5.22. Kaltura Video Solutions for ISVs and Software Providers
- 3.5.23. Kaltura Platform and APIs
- 3.5.24. Kaltura Application Exchange
- 3.5.25. Kaltura On-Prem™
- 3.5.26. Kaltura Administration Console
- 3.6. Apple Facetime
- 3.7. My Space
- 3.7.1. Myspace has 1 Million New Users In A Month
- 3.7.2. Team Of Investors Including Justin Timberlake Bought Myspace
- 3.8. Spotify
- 3.8.1. Spotify Has A New Way To Listen To Music
- 3.8.2. Spotify Music
- 3.8.3. Spotify Music is Social
- 3.8.4. Spotify Getting Started
- 3.9. Yahoo
- 3.9.1. Yahoo Media
- 3.9.2. Yahoo User Offerings
- 3.9.3. Yahoo! News
- 3.9.4. Yahoo! Sports
- 3.9.5. Yahoo! Finance
- 3.9.6. My Yahoo!
- 3.9.7. Yahoo! Entertainment & Lifestyles
- 3.9.8. Yahoo Livestand
- 3.9.9. Yahoo IntoNow
- 3.9.10. Yahoo! Contributor Network
- 3.10. Microsoft Media Network
- 3.11. Haivision Network Video

4. STREAMING MEDIA TECHNOLOGY
- 4.1. Web Browsers As A Platform
- 4.1.1. Apple iOS
- 4.1.2. Adobe Flash
- 4.1.3. HTML5
- 4.1.4. Mediafly Apps as a Managed Service
- 4.1.5. Android
- 4.2. 4G
- 4.2.1. Cisco® Visual Networking Index (VNI) Global Mobile Data Traffic Forecast
- 4.2.2. Mobile Data Traffic Will Double Again in 2012
- 4.2.3. Video Streaming Device-Centric Approach
- 4.2.4. Estimation Of The Impact Of Traffic
- 4.2.5. Mobile Data Traffic Volume by Operating System
- 4.3. Podcatchers
- 4.4. Streaming Media Market Technology Trends
- 4.5. Rapid Adoption Of Internet Interactive Rich Media Streaming Media
- 4.5.1. Broadband Penetration Enables Widespread Rich Media Content Distribution
- 4.5.2. Declining Costs Create New Opportunities
- 4.5.3. Streaming Media Opportunities for Business
- 4.5.4. Advertising Campaigns/Marketing and Branding Effectiveness
- 4.5.5. Product Demos and Training Effectiveness
- 4.5.6. Streaming Media Customer Service and Support
- 4.6. Multiple Internet Networks
- 4.6.1. Problem Of Inefficient Routing Of Data Traffic On The Internet
- 4.6.2. Effective Throughput
- 4.6.3. Growing Importance Of The Internet For Business-Critical Internet-Based Applications
- 4.6.4. Technology Impact
- 4.6.5. Services and Technology
- 4.7. Data Center Services
- 4.8. Flow Control Platform, or FCP
- 4.8.1. Network Access Points and Data Centers
- 4.9. Streaming Media Overcomes Limitations of Internet Stateless Approach
- 4.9.1. Types of Streaming Media
- 4.9.2. Broadband
- 4.9.3. Server-based Streaming
- 4.9.4. Streaming Media Tool For Business To Communicate
- 4.10. Open Systems
- 4.10.1. Open Web Services Technology
- 4.10.2. Open Standards To Define A Common Event
- 4.10.3. Open Systems
- 4.11. Service Oriented Architecture (SOA)
- 4.11.1. IBM Service Oriented Architecture (SOA)
- 4.11.2. SOA Business Challenge IT Imperative
- 4.11.3. Service-Oriented Architecture And Relevant Standards
- 4.12. Java
- 4.12.1. Vendor Commitment To Java
- 4.12.2. Advantages Of Java In Context Of Application Integration
- 4.13. J2EE (Java™ Platform)
- 4.13.1. Java Single Application Development
- 4.13.2. Vendor Commitment To Java
- 4.13.3. Advantages Of Java In Context Of Application Integration
- 4.13.4. J2EE Standardization
- 4.14. Web Services Protocols
- 4.14.1. Web Services
- 4.14.2. Soap
- 4.14.3. Apache Soap
- 4.14.4. Load Balancer With SSL Support
- 4.14.5. Points Of Failure
- 4.14.6. Soap Limitations
- 4.14.7. WSDL
- 4.14.8. WSDL Service Descriptions
- 4.14.9. UDDI Registry
- 4.14.10. UDDI Test Registries
- 4.14.11. UDDI Distributed Web Service Discovery
- 4.14.12. UDDI Consortium
- 4.14.13. WS-Inspection Document Extensibility
- 4.14.14. XSLT
- 4.14.15. OASIS
- 4.14.16. ebXML
- 4.15. StreamFinder.com
- 4.16. Akamai Intelligent Platform

5. VIDEO STREAMING OUTSIDE THE FIREWALL COMPANY PROFILES
- 5.1. Video Internet Destinations
- 5.2. Adobe
- 5.2.1. Adobe Business Overview
- 5.2.2. Adobe Systems Digital Media
- 5.2.3. Adobe Systems Supports Handling The Plethora Of New Devices, Formats And Business Models
- 5.2.4. Adobe Systems Digital Marketing
- 5.2.5. Adobe Completed An Acquisition Of Privately Held Efficient Frontier
- 5.2.6. Adobe Systems Net Sales by Segment
- 5.2.7. Adobe Print and Publishing
- 5.2.8. Adobe Systems Positioning
- 5.3. Akamai
- 5.3.1. Akamai Customers
- 5.3.2. Akamai Segment Analysis
- 5.3.3. Akamai Video
- 5.3.4. Akamai Security
- 5.3.5. Akamai Platform Adoption
- 5.4. Amazon.com
- 5.4.1. Amazon.com Consumers
- 5.4.2. Amazon.com Sellers
- 5.4.3. Amazon Enterprise Cloud Services Positioning
- 5.4.4. Amazon Content Creators
- 5.4.5. Amazon Appstore
- 5.4.6. Amazon Web Services Amazon DynamoDB Now Available in Europe
- 5.4.7. Amazon Net Sales
- 5.5. Apple
- 5.5.1. Apple Business Strategy
- 5.5.2. Apple Products
- 5.5.3. Apple iPhone
- 5.5.4. Apple iPad
- 5.5.5. Apple Mac Hardware Products
- 5.5.6. Apple iPod
- 5.5.7. Apple iTunes®
- 5.5.8. Apple Mac App Store
- 5.5.9. Apple iCloud
- 5.5.10. Apple Software Products and Computer Technologies
- 5.5.11. Apple Operating System Software iOS
- 5.5.12. Apple Mac OS X
- 5.5.13. Apple TV
- 5.5.14. Apple Net Sales
- 5.6. Cisco
- 5.6.1. Cisco Forecasts Mobile Data Traffic
- 5.6.2. Cisco Creating Long-Lasting Customer Partnerships
- 5.6.3. Cisco Information Technology
- 5.6.4. Cisco Virtualization
- 5.6.5. Competitive Landscape In The Enterprise Data Center
- 5.6.6. Cisco Architectural Approach
- 5.6.7. Cisco Switching
- 5.6.8. Cisco NGN Routing
- 5.6.9. Cisco Collaboration
- 5.6.10. Cisco Service Provider Video
- 5.6.11. Cisco Wireless
- 5.6.12. Cisco Security
- 5.6.13. Cisco Data Center Products
- 5.6.14. Cisco Other Products
- 5.6.15. Cisco Systems Net Sales
- 5.6.16. Cisco Systems Revenue by Segment
- 5.6.17. Cisco Telepresence Systems Segment Net Sales
- 5.6.18. Cisco Tops 10,000 Unified Computing System Customers
- 5.7. Digital Video Enterprises
- 5.7.1. DVE Product Areas of Usage
- 5.7.2. DVE 3D Holographic Collaboration CreateSpace
- 5.7.3. DVE Officially Launches Holographic Immersive Podium
- 5.8. Disney
- 5.8.1. The Walt Disney Studios
- 5.8.2. Disney Parks and Resorts
- 5.8.3. Disney Consumer Products
- 5.8.4. Disney Media Networks
- 5.8.5. Disney ESPN, Inc.,
- 5.8.6. Disney Interactive Media Group
- 5.9. Ensemble
- 5.10. Glowpoint
- 5.10.1. Glowpoint Fourth Quarter and Full Year 2011 Revenue
- 5.10.2. Glowpoint Key Business Metrics
- 5.10.3. Glowpoint Highlights
- 5.11. Google
- 5.11.1. Google / Motorola
- 5.11.2. Google Search
- 5.11.3. Google Advertising
- 5.11.4. Google YouTube
- 5.11.5. You Tube
- 5.11.6. youtube.com Statistics
- 5.11.7. YouTube Partner Program
- 5.11.8. youtube.com Monetization
- 5.11.9. youtube.com Product Metrics
- 5.11.10. youtube.com Content ID
- 5.11.11. youtube.com Social
- 5.11.12. YouTube Symphony Orchestra 2011
- 5.11.13. YouTube Play
- 5.11.14. Google Mobile
- 5.11.15. Google Local
- 5.11.16. Google Operating Systems and Platforms
- 5.11.17. Google Apps Enterprise
- 5.11.18. Google Q4 Revenue
- 5.12. Haivision
- 5.12.1. Haivision Record Growth in 2011; Leads IP Media
- 5.12.2. Haivision Video Streaming Market Segments
- 5.12.3. Haivision Network Video
- 5.13. Hewlett Packard
- 5.13.1. Polycom Buys Hewlett Packard Halo/HVEN Network
- 5.13.2. Hewlett Packard Positioning
- 5.13.3. HP Products and Services; Segment Information
- 5.13.4. Hewlett Packard Segment Revenue
- 5.13.5. Hewlett Packard Personal Systems and Solutions Groups
- 5.13.6. Hewlett-Packard Revenue
- 5.14. Huawei
- 5.14.1. Huawei Videoconferencing System for Shenshuo Railway Co. Ltd.
- 5.14.2. Huawei Telepresence Benefits
- 5.14.3. Huawei Emergency Management Videoconferencing System for Shandong Electric Power Corporation
- 5.14.4. Huawei Emergency Management Videoconferencing System Requirement Analysis
- 5.15. Kaltura
- 5.15.1. Kaltura - Creating Value with Video
- 5.15.2. Kaltura Team
- 5.15.3. Kaltura Open Video
- 5.15.4. Kaltura Customers
- 5.15.5. Kaltura Open Source Online Video Platform
- 5.16. Mediafly
- 5.16.1. Mediafly OnAir
- 5.17. Microsoft
- 5.17.1. Microsoft Key Opportunities and Investments
- 5.17.2. Microsoft Smart Connected Devices
- 5.17.3. Microsoft: Cloud Computing Transforming The Data Center And Information Technology
- 5.17.4. Microsoft Entertainment
- 5.17.5. Microsoft Search
- 5.17.6. Microsoft Communications And Productivity
- 5.17.7. Microsoft Sales
- 5.17.8. Microsoft / Skype
- 5.17.9. Skype Viral Marketing
- 5.17.10. Skype Strategic Relationships and Partners
- 5.17.11. Skype Peer-To-Peer Software Architecture
- 5.17.12. Skype Revenue
- 5.17.13. Skype Users And Financial Performance
- 5.18. Samsung
- 5.18.1. Samsung 3Q FY2011
- 5.19. Specific Media
- 5.19.1. Specific Media / Myspace LLC
- 5.19.2. Fox Digital Entertainment Premiere Myspace
- 5.20. Spotify
- 5.20.1. Spotify Positioning
- 5.20.2. Spotify Music Service
- 5.21. Ustream
- 5.22. Yahoo!
- 5.22.1. Yahoo! Acquires Interclick and Agreements
- 5.22.2. Yahoo! Communications and Communities
- 5.22.3. Yahoo! Search and Marketplaces
- 5.22.4. Yahoo! BOSS
- 5.22.5. Yahoo! Media
- 5.22.6. Yahoo! Debuted MLB.com
- 5.22.7. Yahoo! Screen
- 5.22.8. Yahoo! User Offerings
- 5.22.9. Yahoo! Communications and Communities
- 5.22.10. Yahoo! Display Revenue
- 5.22.11. Yahoo Net Sales by Regional Segment
- 5.22.12. Yahoo! Business Highlights
- 5.22.13. Yahoo Net Sales by Segment

List of Tables and Figures:

Video Streaming Outside The Firewall Executive Summary
- Table ES-1: Video Content Delivery Market Driving Forces
- Table ES-2: Video Content Delivery Market Driving Technologies
- Table ES-3: Video Content Delivery Selected Sites
- Figure ES-4: Video Streaming Content Delivery Outside Firewall, Market Shares, Dollars, Worldwide, 2011
- Figure ES-5: UStream Decorah Eagles
- Figure ES-6: Video Streaming Content Delivery Outside Firewall, Market Forecasts Worldwide, Dollars, 2012 to 2018
Video Streaming Outside The Firewall Market Description and Market Dynamics
- Figure 1-1: Performance Expectations Of Users
- Table 1-2: Video Advertising Depends On Relevance, Objectivity, And Quality
- Table 1-3: Video Streaming Outside The Firewall Vendor Positioning
- Table 1-4: Communications and Collaboration Solution Applications and Functionality
Video Streaming Outside The Firewall Market Shares and Market Forecasts
- Table 2-1: Video Content Delivery Market Driving Forces
- Table 2-2: Video Content Delivery Market Driving Technologies
- Table 2-3: Video Content Delivery Selected Sites
- Figure 2-4: Video Streaming Content Delivery Outside Firewall, Market Shares, Dollars, Worldwide, 2011
- Table 2-5: Video Streaming Content Delivery Outside Firewall, Market Shares, Dollars, Worldwide, 2011
- Figure 2-6: Akamai Cloud 12
- Figure 2-7: Akamai Segment Revenue Analysis
- Figure 2-8: UStream Decorah Eagles
- Figure 2-9: Video Streaming Content Delivery Outside Firewall, Streams Infrastructure, Market Shares, Dollars, Worldwide, 2011
- Table 2-10: Video Streaming Content Delivery Outside Firewall, Streams Infrastructure, Worldwide, 2011
- Figure 2-11: Video Streaming Content Delivery Outside Firewall, Content Streams, Market Shares, Dollars, Worldwide, 2011
- Table 2-12: Video Streaming Content Delivery Outside Firewall, Content Streams, Market Shares Worldwide, 2011
- Figure 2-13: Video Streaming Content Delivery Outside Firewall, Market Forecasts Worldwide, Dollars, 2012 to 2018
- Figure 2-14: Video Streaming Content Delivery Outside Firewall, Infrastructure and Content Streams, Market Forecasts Worldwide, Units and Dollars, 2012 to 2018
- Table 2-15: Internet Traffic by User Tier
- Figure 2-17: Video Streaming Content Delivery Outside Firewall, Infrastructure Market Forecasts Worldwide, Dollars, 2012 to 2018
- Figure 2-18: Video Streaming Content Delivery Outside Firewall, Content Streams, Market Forecasts Worldwide, Dollars, 2012 to 2018
- Table 2-19: Video content delivery Platform Capabilities
- Figure 2-20: Global Mobile Data Compared to Global Internet Growth
- Figure 2-21: Cloud Media Applications Multiply Smartphone Traffic
- Figure 2-22: Video Streaming Content Delivery Outside Firewall, Regional Market Segments, Dollars, 2011
- Table 2-23: Video Streaming Content Delivery Outside Firewall Regional Market Segments, 2011
- Figure 2-24: Akamai Regional Presence
Video Streaming Outside The Firewall Product Description
- Figure 3-1: Google UTube User Generated Content
- Figure 3-2: YouTube User Guidelines
- Figure 3-3: You Tube Content
- Figure 3-4: You Tube Music Video Delivery
- Figure 3-5: Mediafly Platforms
- Table 3-6: Mediafly Standard Apps Features
- Table 3-7: Mediafly's Amazon "Apps as a Managed Service" Product Features
- Figure 3-8: Mediafly Platform Capabilities
- Table 3-9: Mediafly's Apps Functions
- Figure 3-10: Akamai TV Everywhere
- Figure 3-11: Akamai TV Everywhere Flow Diagram
- Table 3-12: Upstream Products and Services for Broadcasters and Viewers
- Table 3-13: Ustream Targets Support for Company Advertising Or Digital Campaigns
- Table 3-14: Ustream Functions Offered
- Table 3-15: Ustream Events Format
- Table 3-16: Ustream Popular Event Rankings
- Table 3-17: Ustream Functions This Week in Highlights
- Tsble 3-18: Ustream Events Sample
- Table 3-19: Ustream Events Format
- Table 3-20: Kaltura Social Enterprise Video Solution Suite Features
- Table 3-21: Kaltura Video Player APIs
- Table 3-22: Kaltura Video Player Plugins
- Figure 3-23: Kaltura Subtitles
- Figure 3-24: Kaltura Video Search Functions
- Table 3-25: Kaltura Media Value
- Table 3-26: Kaltura Video for the Social Enterprise: Collaboration and Knowledge Sharing Functions
- Figure 3-27: Kaltura Solutions For Universities And Colleges:
- Table 3-28: Kaltura Target Markets
- Table 3-29: Kaltura Platform Video Resources
- Table 3-30: Kaltura Video Platform Suite Functions
- Figure 3-31: Apple Facetime
- Table 3-32: Myspace Functions
- Table 3-33: Myspace What's Trending
- Figure 3-34: Myspace Player Variety
- Figure 3-35: Spotify Music Video Presentation
- Figure 3-36: Spotify Access to Music
- Figure 3-37: Yahoo Video Positioning
- Figure 3-38: Yahoo Video Categories
- Figure 3-39: Yahoo Video Example
- Table 3-40: Yahoo Media Positioning
- Table 3-41: Yahoo Media User Offerings
- Table 3-42: Yahoo! Advertiser And Publisher Offerings And Services
- Table 3-43: Microsoft Positioned To Help Users Build Innovative, Cutting-Edge Online Programs
- Figure 3-44: Microsoft Media Network
Video Streaming Outside The Firewall Technology
- Figure 4-1: Mediafly Apps as a Managed Service
- Table 4-2: Video Streaming Devices Supported
- Figure 4-3: Percentage of Internet Traffic by User Tier, Months 12-21
- Table 4-4: Streaming Media Benefits
- Table 4-6: Service Oriented Architecture (SOA) Functions
- Table 4-6 (Continued): Service Oriented Architecture (SOA) Functions
- Table 4-7: Web Services Protocols
- Table 4-8: Soap-Based Web Service Production Environment Testing
- Table 4-9: XSLT Transformation Of XML
Video Streaming Outside The Firewall Company Profiles
- Table 5-1: Selected Video Internet Destinations
- Table 5-2: Adobe Systems Software Target Audience
- Table 5-3: Adobe Systems Software Target Compelling Content Uses
- Figure 5-4: Akamai Intelligent Platform, Cloud, and Content Delivery Solutions
- Table 5-5: Akamai Customers
- Figure 5-6: Akamai Global 500 Customer Analysis
- Figure 5-7: Akamai Go To Market Channel Partners
- Figure 5-8: Akamai Customers
- Figure 5-9: Akamai Segment Revenue Analysis
- Figure 5-10: Akamai Segment Growth Analysis
- Figure 5-11: Akamai Cloud vs. Content Delivery Analysis
- Figure 5-12: Akamai Video Mobile Device Content Delivery
- Figure 5-13: Akamai Video Traffic Delivery Challenges
- Figure 5-14: Akamai Media Growth Analysis
- Figure 5-15: Akamai Content Delivery vs. Cloud Services Revenue
- Figure 5-16: Akamai Content Server per Day Analysis
- Figure 5-17: Akamai Mobile Traffic Delivered per Day
- Figure 5-18: Akamai Commerce Transacted per Day
- Figure 5-19: Akamai Traffic Growth Analysis
- Figure 5-20: Akamai Security
- Figure 5-21: Akamai Peak Attack Traffic
- Figure 5-22: Akamai Platform Adoption
- Table 5-23: Amazon Web Service Benefits
- Table 5-24: Amazon DynamoDB Benefits
- Table 5-25: Amazon Business focus
- Table 5-26: Cisco Target Markets
- Table 5-27: Cisco Business Model And Foundational Priorities
- Figure 5- 28: Cisco Forecasts 10.8 Exabytes per Month of Mobile Data Traffic by 2016
- Figure 5-29: Cisco Global Mobile Data Traffic Forecast by Region
- Table 5-30: DVE Product Areas of Usage
- Figure 5-31: DVE 3D CreateSpace Functions
- Figure 5-32: DVE Holographic Immersive Podium
- Table 5-33: Google Strategic Business Initiatives 2011
- Table 5-34: Hewlett Packard HP Product Set
- Table 5-34 (Continued): Hewlett Packard HP Product Set
- Figure 5-35: Huawei Telepresence Solution
- Figure 5-36: Huawei Hardware And Software Videoconferencing System For Shenshuo Railway Co., Ltd.:
- Figure 5-37: Huawei Emergency Management Videoconferencing System Solution
- Figure 5-38: Kaltura Customers
- Figure 5-39: Specific Media / Myspace LLC Video
- Figure 5-40: Ustream Eagles Hatching
- Figure 5-41: Ustream Video Content
 
Companies Mentioned
- Adobe
- Akamai
- Amazon.com
- Apple
- Cisco
- Digital Video Enterprises
- Disney
- Ensemble
- Glowpoint
- Google
- You Tube
- Google
- Haivision
- Hewlett Packard
- Huawei
- Kaltura
- Mediafly
- Microsoft
- Skype
- Samsung
- Specific Media
- Spotify
- Ustream
- Yahoo!
 
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