Wednesday, 26 November 2014 06:53

HbbTV Hybrid Broadcast Broadband TV

HbbTV is an industry standard that provides an open and business neutral technology platform, which seamlessly combines television services delivered via the broadcast signal, with services delivered via broadband. With the HbbTV® standard, broadcasters are able to provide interactive service and content to the viewers on the TV screen.
Sunday, 14 September 2014 22:25

Thailand: Offline vs. Online retailing

Thailand is currently one of the largest markets for Internet retail in Asia, but despite enjoying growth in 2013, Internet retail sales in Thailand represented only 1% of total retail.
Monday, 08 September 2014 07:32

Speed test AIS 3G vs DTAC 3G

Thailand with its 55+ million 3G users out of a population of 68 million, are consuming mobile data like never before and the country is rapidly moving towards data congestion on the 2100 MHz spectrum.
In July 2014, Vietnam, approved the restructuring plan of it's state-owned Vietnam Post and Telecommunications Group (VNPT). Under the plan, MobiFone which since July, 2014 has been under the direct management of the Ministry of Information and Communications, will be privatized, thus leveling the playing field by eradicating monopoly, bolster market transparency, and pave the way for the sustainable development of Vietnam’s telecom market.
In early August, a field -and performance test of seven mobile DVB-T2 receivers for Android smartphones, tablets, iPhone's, iPad's, PC's and Mac computers, was conducted by Bobby Shin from the South Korean company Aprotech, in Bangkok, Thailand and four nearby provinces.
Saturday, 09 August 2014 22:44

Digital TV is gaining traction in Thailand

A couple of months with digital TV broadcasting in Thailand have seen 15 million people watching digital channels, translating into a 13% share of potential viewers. Furthermore, the viewers are also spending more time watching TV, up from 4.27 hours to 5.18 hours a day according to Nielsen Thailand.