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The advent of online video and the amount of internet traffic it generates will shift the balance of power in video distribution over wireline networks, i.e. cable and IPTV. This impact will not be the same across the board, but influenced by regional market features, the competitive situation, market leaders’ weight in the equation and vendor strategies. But the outlines of the future are being drawn, and operators will have several major, and increasingly hybrid, options to choose from when defining their new business strategies. After detailing the biggest changes affecting wireline telcos, and new possible solutions, this insight explores the three main choices available to telcos: beefing up their video provider business, charging for online video traffic or focusing on internet connectivity.
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