Trends and Forecasts for the HEVC Video Encoder and Transcoder Market in M&E Applications

Trends and Forecasts for the HEVC Video Encoder and Transcoder Market in M&E Applications

Low Penetration and Soaring Growth Rates Make HEVC a Hotbed of Innovation, But also of Uncertainty

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22-Sep-2015
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Global
Research Code: NFF4-01-00-00-00
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This insight provides 5-year forecasts for the sale of professional encoders and transcoders in the M&E ecosystem. Elect vendors are highlighted that stand out in the 2014 to 2015 timeframe on account of a strong value proposition and consequent market leadership. This insight also provides select base year numbers and forecasts for HEVC-enabled devices such as tablets, phones, and smart TV sets. This private market insight complements a number of related market engineering studies from the Digital Media team at Frost & Sullivan, including coverage of broadcast and DTT encoders, Pay TV encoders, enterprise encoders and transcoders, media and entertainment transcoders, and consumer video-enabled devices.

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Key Findings

Key Findings (continued)

Market Forces

HEVC Encoder and Transcoder Unit Sales Forecast

HEVC Encoder Sales As Percentage of Total Market Sales

Revenue Forecast for HEVC in M&E Encoding/Transcoding

Revenue and Pricing Discussion

HEVC-enabled CE Device Shipments Forecast

Key Vendors

Key Vendors (continued)

Summary and Recommendations

HEVC versus AVC—Predictions

Legal Disclaimer

The Frost & Sullivan Story

Value Proposition: Future of Your Company & Career

Global Perspective

Industry Convergence

360º Research Perspective

Implementation Excellence

Our Blue Ocean Strategy

This insight provides 5-year forecasts for the sale of professional encoders and transcoders in the M&E ecosystem. Elect vendors are highlighted that stand out in the 2014 to 2015 timeframe on account of a strong value proposition and consequent market leadership. This insight also provides select base year numbers and forecasts for HEVC-enabled devices such as tablets, phones, and smart TV sets. This private market insight complements a number of related market engineering studies from the Digital Media team at Frost & Sullivan, including coverage of broadcast and DTT encoders, Pay TV encoders, enterprise encoders and transcoders, media and entertainment transcoders, and consumer video-enabled devices.
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Author Avni Rambhia
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