Home Networks Increasingly Video-Centric

May 9, 2013
According to TDG, home network diffusion among U.S. broadband households has reached 84%, up from 81% in 2011. The research house also notes that router placement and network-related behavior is increasingly defined by streaming media as opposed to data-related ...
According to TDG, home network diffusion among U.S. broadband households has reached 84%, up from 81% in 2011. The research house also notes that router placement and network-related behavior is increasingly defined by streaming media as opposed to data-related activities.Home network routers are increasingly placed in primary living spaces concomitant with the uptake of net-enabled video platforms and OTT video. More than a third of routers are found in the primary living spaces, nearly twice the number of routers located in home offices. Some 62% of networked households are using their network to stream digital media.

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