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Research and Markets: Digital TV Receivers: Worldwide Shipments Forecasts 2011-2017 - 7th Edition

Research and Markets (http://www.researchandmarkets.com/research/sw8zpr/digital_tv) has announced the addition of the "Digital TV Receivers: Worldwide Shipments Forecasts (2011-2017) (7th Edition)" report to their offering.

This data-intensive report delivered in a spreadsheet format provides worldwide historical data and forecasts of digital TV receivers. DTH satellite, digital cable, IPTV, and terrestrial platforms are all forecasted in this report that provides a thorough and concise snapshot of the future of digital TV devices. The report includes shipment estimates for set-top boxes and Integrated Digital TVs (IDTVs) for 2011-2017, along with regional and select vendor market shares for 2013. Also included is a section of charts and graphs for ease of interpretation and presentation, as well as an executive summary that gives an overview of this rapidly changing market.

Table of Contents

Overview

- Summary of Top Line data

DTT Receiver (STBs and IDTVs) Shipments

- Annual units shipped (2011-2017)

- 2013 World Regional Breakdown

- 2013 Select Top Vendor Market Share Estimates

STBs (2011-2017)

IDTVs (2011-2017)

IPTV Receiver Shipments

- Annual units shipped (2011-2017)

- 2013 World Regional Breakdown

- 2013 Select Top Vendor Market Share Estimates

Digital Cable Receiver Shipments

- Annual Units Shipped (2011-2017)

- 2013 World Regional Breakdown

- 2013 Select Top Vendor Market Share Estimates

DTH Satellite Receiver Shipments

- Annual units shipped (2011-2017)

- 2013 World Regional Breakdown

- 2013 Select Top Vendor Market Share Estimates

Charts and Graphs

- Graphic depictions of the data contained

For more information visit http://www.researchandmarkets.com/research/sw8zpr/digital_tv

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