Media streaming devices are connected, unmanaged devices whose primary purpose is to receive on-demand content via the Internet and display it on a television screen. Demand for media streaming devices originally derived from cord-cutters looking for convenient, cost-effective ways to access entertainment content with a lean back experience. Media streaming device shipments worldwide sold well over the last 4-5 years due to an expansion of streaming entertainment services with growing content libraries, new, yearly product introductions with upgraded capabilities, and because of discontent with advertising on broadcast television and dissatisfaction at the increasing faster-than-inflation costs of cable and sat
This market insight covers the following:
- Global market trend analyses, including market drivers and restraints.
- Detailed unit shipment forecasts for the total media streaming devices market.
- Competitive analysis, in terms of major participants and market share.
The base year of this media streaming devices insight is 2017, with forecasts running up to 2023. The research highlights key trends impacting the global media streaming devices market and outlines future implications.
Key Issues Addressed
- Will the market continue to increase at its present rate over the forecast period? What are the drivers and restraints for growth in this market? •
- Where does media streaming device technology stand today and going forward? What are the primary challenges faced by vendors addressing this market? How can vendors overcome these challenges? How do vendor ecosystems factor into this market? •
- What does the current competitive landscape look like? Will there be consolidation over the next 4-5 years? Is the market attractive for mergers and acquisitions? •
- What are the revenue breakdowns by geographical regions - NALA / EMEA / APAC? Which are the fastest growing regions?