- Video on demand (VoD) service companies need data centers for storing and supplying videos via telecom, transmission, or cable networks. A recent study by Grand View Research, Inc. states that the worldwide data center video on demand (VoD) market will experience significant growth, at a CAGR of 12%, over the next seven years. It will fetch revenues exceeding USD 5.8 billion in 2016.
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Growing popularity of on-demand content and HD – High-Definition programming are the main contributors to the market. Innovations in server technologies will also have a favorable impact on the data center video on demand (VoD) market. Video servers are now equipped with high processing power, enabling real-time content streaming. They also provide applications in the form of advertisements, graphics, and live inputs.
Proliferation of smart devices like smartphones, tablets, and TVs is raising the volumes of data traffic. This is contributing added demand for music, videos, movies, and other on-demand content. Many service providers attract customers by offering them low-priced alternatives.
The biggest advantage of VoD is the latter’s ability to provide ease and flexibility. VoD content is streamed through service channels such as cable TV, iPTV, and DTH – Direct-To-Home service. These channels can be accessed through multiple sources such as computers, TVs, and portable devices. VoD also offers high security and low costs.
The study also reveals that inefficient content streaming may result from limited bandwidth. Limited bandwidth can serve as a market hurdle. Other obstacles include privacy concerns and restricted content rights.
The data center video on demand (VoD) market can be segregated into two categories. The first category consists of video servers, VoD servers, and storage area network (SAN). The second category encompasses the regions of North America, Asia Pacific, rest of the world, and Europe. North America is home to some of the latest and advanced technologies for business operations and data generation.
The region is foreseen as the leading data center video on demand (VoD) market in the near future. Asia Pacific will witness considerable growth due to infrastructural innovations. Rising data warehouses and data center retrofits in China and India will have a positive impact on this region.
Information Source: Grand View Research
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