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CTAM Mid-Year Progress report
View this infographic summary
of 2016 CTAM member-driven accomplishments to-date, in areas such as:
- Strengthening the business model
- TV Everywhere usage and value
- Capturing movers and leads
- Growing Business Services leads through serviceability portal
- Consumer-centric innovation and insights
2016 Consumer Electronics Show Highlights
The Top Four Core Trends from CES 2016
More Summary Highlights
HDR vs. Standard Dynamic Range
UHD standard requirements now set with a focus on those 4K TVs that are ultra-high-definition (UHD) premium certified.
Virtual Reality Content
Most virtual reality content is short form, and don’t forget, it’s best consumed alone.
Max Stream WiFi
Dispatches 20 unique 4K streams over WiFi.
HaLow – New to CES
A new WiFi that’s meant to be built into low-power devices and smart home gadgets to create a truly connected home.
Kinomo – Fan Display
Very realistic holographic technology adds new dimension to video content.
Removing language barriers for travelers as a self-contained, no Internet connection required pendant that translates speech into a second language through a speaker.
The Sensor-ization of Everything
From home security systems to kitchen pots and pans to baby booties and fitness tracking skateboards, sensors in all shapes and sizes are being used to track, alert and improve behavior.
Watch the CES Webcast Recording, CTAM Wired: Curated Highlights from the Consumer Electronics Show.
Read Clarke’s CES Report 2016 .
Pivoting Cable’s Focus to the Consumer
Discover how cable’s leading MSOs and programmers are building momentum by putting customers at the core of their business decisions to develop next generation video services that enhance the consumer experience.