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  • Published: December 2007
  • Region: Global
  • 55 Pages
  • In-Stat/MDR

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We are in the multimedia phase of home networking that has begun to blend in networked consumer electronics (CE) devices, or networked media devices. However, the market has been trying to move past the early adopter stage toward the mainstream, networked digital home. But, this has not been occurring very quickly. Although our consumer research shows that there has been progress made, the majority of consumers still only use their home network for Internet sharing.

Microsoft, Intel, AMD, and others have taken steps toward enabling this next phase by creating platforms and ecosystems designed to make digital content consumption easier for digital video, photos, and music by using devices they are familiar with, like TVs and stereos.

Worldwide forecasts through 2011 for each market segment are provided, from consumer PCs to non-PC network-enabled stationary media devices. Each forecast provides network-enabled units and segmentations for wired only and wireless. Included is the worldwide installed base of home networks and those networks with PC and CE devices. Details are provided for PCs with a Media Center-enabled OS, basic media servers, PCs with a Media Center-enabled READ MORE >

Executive Summary

Overview

Digital Home Vision

Market Segments and Categorization

Network-Enabled CE Devices and Embedded Media Servers

Basic Media Servers: PCs & CE

Enhanced Media Servers: PCs & CE

Digital Media Adapters (DMAs), Digital Media Receivers (DMRs), & Digital Media Players (DMPs)

Media Server Market Outlook: PC and CE

Microsoft

Windows Vista Home Premium

Windows Vista Ultimate

Intel Viiv

AMD LIVE!

Niveus Media

SageTV

Basic Media Server Forecast

Enhanced Media Server Forecast

Installed Base of Home Networks

Home Networks and Those with PC and CE Devices

Non-PC Network-Enabled StationaryMultimedia Devices

Standalone PVRs/DVRs

Digital Cable Set Top Boxes

Direct Broadcast Satellite Set Top Boxes

IP/DSL Set Top Boxes

Digital Terrestrial Television Set Top Boxes

DVD Players, DVD Recorders, and Blue Laser Disc Players/Recorders

Game Consoles

Digital Media Adapters, Receivers, & Players

Awox

Buffalo Technology

D-Link

Denon

Escient

Hewlett-Packard

Linksys

Marantz

MediaGate

MvixUSA

Niveus Media

Netgear

Onkyo

Philips Consumer

Pinnacle Systems

Pioneer

SageTV

Samsung

Sonoro Audio

Sonos

Yamaha

ZyXEL

Digital TVs

IP Network Cameras

Network-Attached Storage

Summary of Non-PC Network-Enabled Stationary Multimedia Devices

North American Consumer Insights

Survey Respondents’ Income Profile

Survey Respondents’ Gender Profile

Survey Respondents’ Age Profile

Digital Video Storage: Current Status & Interest

Viewing PC or Network-Stored Digital Video on Same TVs Connected to PVRs/DVRs

Interest in Combined Video Menu on PVR/DVR for PC Recordings and DVR Recordings

Windows PC vs. Apple Computer Owners: OS Versions Installed

Windows Operating System Penetration of Consumer Computers by Version

Differences in Video Usage & Certain Home Network Devices Between Windows PC vs. Apple Computer Owners

Changes in Viewing Habits with PC TV Tuner Use

Popular Locations to Use Computers with TV Tuners

Home Networks for Only Sharing Internet Access vs. Multi-Use Households

Number of Client Devices Connected to Home Networks

Types of Client Devices Connected to Home Networks

Media & Other Activities with Home Network: What Users Regularly Do With Their Home Network

Reasons for Those Not Streaming Digital Music

What Home Network Users are Interested in Doing with Their Home Network That They are Not Doing Now

Methodology

Related In-Stat Reports

List of Tables

Table 1. Worldwide Basic Media Server Shipments: Consumer PCs with Media Center-Enabled OS and Non-PC Devices with Embedded Media Servers, 2005–2011 (Units in Thousands)

Table 2. Worldwide Basic Media Server Shipment Revenue: PCs with Media Center OS and Non-PC Devices with Embedded Media Servers, 2005–2011 (US$ in Millions)

Table 3. Worldwide Enhanced Media Server Shipments: Consumer Computers with Media Center-Enabled OS Plus TV Tuner, and Non-PC Devices with Embedded Media Servers, 2005–2011 (Units in Thousands)

Table 4. Worldwide Installed Base of Home Networks and Networks with PC and CE Devices, 2005–2011 (Units in Thousands)

Table 5. Network-Enabled PVR/DVR Shipments, 2005–2011 (Units in Thousands)

Table 6. Network-Enabled Digital Cable STB Shipments, 2005–2011 (Units in Thousands)

Table 7. Network-Enabled DBS STB Shipments, 2005–2011 (Units in Thousands)

Table 8. Network-Enabled IP/DSL STB Shipments, 2005–2011 (Units in Thousands)

Table 9. Network-Enabled DTT STB Shipments, 2005–2011 (Units in Thousands)

Table 10. Network-Enabled Blue Laser Disc Players/Recorder Shipments, 2005–2011 (Units in Thousands)

Table 11. Network-Enabled DVD Recorder Shipments, 2005–2011 (Units in Thousands)

Table 12. Network-Enabled DVD Player Shipments, 2005–2011 (Units in Thousands)

Table 13. Network-Enabled Game Console Shipments, 2005–2011 (Units in Thousands)

Table 14. Network-Enabled Digital Media Adapter, Receiver, & Player Shipments: Audio vs. Audio/Visual, 2005–2011 (Units in Thousands)

Table 15. Network-Enabled Digital TV Shipments, 2005–2011 (Units in Thousands)

Table 16. Network-Enabled IP Network Camera Shipments, 2005–2011 (Units in Thousands)

Table 17. Network-Attached Storage Shipments, 2005–2011 (Units in Thousands)

Table 18. Non-PC Network-Enabled Stationary Multimedia Device Shipments and Revenue, 2005–2011 (Units in Thousands and US$ in Millions)

Table 19. Respondents’ Household Income Comparison

Table 20. Respondents by Age Bracket

Table 21. Age Profile of Survey Respondents vs. US Census 2000

Table 22. Consumers Storing Digital Video: All Respondents vs. Ownership & Uses Categories

Table 23. Level of Interest in Storing & Streaming Digital Video: Home Network Users

Table 24. Consumer PCs: Penetration by Windows Operating System Version

Table 25. Windows PC vs. Apple Owners: Digital Video and Network Differences

Table 26. Entertainment Habit Changes With PC TV Tuner Use

Table 27. Popular Locations for PC TV Tuner Use

Table 28. Reason for Setting up a Home Network: To Share Internet vs. Also Use for Other Purposes and Devices

Table 29. Number of Devices Connected to Home Networks: All HN Users vs. Owners of 2 PCs vs. Owners of 3+ PCs

Table 30. Types of Client Devices Connected to Home Networks

Table 31. Regular Uses for Current Home Network Users

Table 32. Reasons for Those Not Streaming Digital Music

Table 33. Types of Activities of Interest with Home Network
List of Figures

Figure 1. Digital Home Vision

Figure 2. Interest in Viewing PC or Network-Stored Digital Video on TVs Connected to PVRs/DVRs

Figure 3. Interest in Combined Video Menu on PVR/DVR for PC Recordings and DVR Recordings

Figure 4. Windows PC and Apple Computer Ownership

Microsoft

Awox

Buffalo Technology

D-Link

Denon

Escient

Hewlett-Packard

Linksys

Marantz

MediaGate

MvixUSA

Niveus Media

Netgear

Onkyo

Philips Consumer

Pinnacle Systems

Pioneer

SageTV

Samsung

Sonoro Audio

Sonos

Yamaha

ZyXEL

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