Pay-TV growth propels video encoder biz

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The global expansion of pay-TV subscribers and increasing number of channels, cable, IPTV and satellite companies have stepped up the video encoder purchases.Analysis from Frost & Sullivan finds that the market earned revenues of $435.1 million in 2013 and estimates this to double to $895.2 million by 2020. “Advanced markets are investing in sophisticated video encoder technologies, while other markets are just beginning their cable digitalisation journeys,” said Frost & Sullivan Digital Media Research Analyst Robert Cavin. “Overall, pay-TV subscriber bases are expanding in all markets across the globe, indicating ample opportunities for pay-TV video encoder vendors in the coming years.”

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