Internet Protocol television (IPTV) is the delivery of television content over computer networks based on the logical Internet Protocol (IP), rather than through traditional terrestrial, satellite, and cable television formats.
For the past 12 years from 2005 to 2017, IPTV busniess has achieved significant results under more mature methods on content delivery with CDN or P2P technology.
The reason why using IPTV as a trend nowadays is that it provides high-definitoin TV programs and video on demand content to end users in flexible ways including Set Top Box, Mobile and Smart TV. Users can prefer what ever service they need accordingly.
IPTV Is Defined As Multimedia Services Such As Television/Video/Audio/Text/Graphics/Data Delivered Over IP (Internet Protocol) Based Networks Managed To Provide The Required Level Of Quality Of Service And Experience, Security, Interactivity And Reliability
IPTV is more and more popular with cutting-edge technology through network, it becomes more and more entertaining than the traditional mode of television services. The best thing about IPTV-based services is that it is compatible with all display devices which includes TV, LCD displays, projectors and computer displays and ultimately succeed in delivering digital quality video.
Major reasons as below:
1. Broadband is widely spreaded and being cheaper.
2. Interaction and user-friendly interface are the fatal attraction to users.
3. More news features are deployed in IPTV rather than trandition Cable TV, such as catch-up TV, VOD, EPG, PVR...
4. Capble to play in different screens, TV, Mobile, Table...
5. No use of cables and hassle free, only internet is required, no matter where you go(Travel, bussiness trip...).
6. All these features make IPTV more cost effective, robust and scalable.
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FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
Will an increase in users affect our network?
How easy is it to add more channels in the future?
Is there any difference in quality when viewing IPTV compared with traditional TV distribution technologies?
A: Yes. The streaming video channels of IPTV are digital which means they do not suffer the deterioration caused in traditional analogue distribution systems producing a noticeably better quality picture. An IPTV Gateway streams the TV signals received from Freeview or satellite without change which means the quality is exactly the same as transmitted. IPTV encoders with either analogue or digital inputs in a variety of formats can be set to stream at a high rate for highest quality or a low rate for minimum bandwidth.
Is it possible to record programmes?
A: Yes. The TVA IPTV system allows individual programmes to be recorded instantly or according to a schedule. There is also the option to continuously record channels so that any particular programme within the record period can be retrieved retrospectively. Programmes recorded in any of these ways are stored on an integral Video on Demand server from which authorised users can play back the programme with fast forward/reverse and pause control.
How will the TV traffic impact on our network?
A: All TV and video channels are multicast across the network so the level of traffic does not increase with the number of viewers. It should be assumed that all channels will be present on the backbone of the network and the amount of traffic generated can be calculated as the number of channels multiplied by the bit rate per channel. For example, if 10 channels are required at a bit rate of 4.0 Mbps, (Megabits per second) the bandwidth utilized will be 40 Mbps. Multicast management protocols ensure that streams which are not required on a particular network segment are not forwarded to that segment. This means for instance, that only one stream is present on the local switched connect...
I have seen Lan TV, TV over IP, desktop TV, Ethernet TV and TV streaming. Are these the same as IPTV?