Telehealth, which spans from video consultations to remote patient monitoring, has the potential to make healthcare more convenient and accessible while cutting costs and increasing revenue for providers and payers. The Telehealth industry is worth an estimated $81 billion.
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The sudden shift to virtual events in the first half of 2020 produced mixed results in terms of attendance. While just over half of the events lost the audience in the transition, 46 percent gained attendees as a result. Removing travel requirements and audience familiarity with video presentations worked together to keep event attendance largely intact.
By 2024, IDC expects this ratio to be 1:10. While the COVID-19 pandemic has impacted the creation of new unique data, the increased consumption of replicated data has fueled the continued growth of what IDC calls the ‘Global DataSphere’.
Of U.S. households that have a live streaming vMVPD service, 44% switched directly from a traditional pay-TV service, and 26% also have a traditional service. Plus, 18% switched from another vMVPD service, 12% were non-subscribers to any type of service.
Healthcare providers, historically slow to pursue digital transformation, are being forced to jump on the bandwagon. Telehealth will meet the demands being placed on the healthcare ecosystem by COVID-19 and accelerate investment in digital technologies.
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Over-the-top (OTT) streaming – or, simply, delivering media content directly over the internet – has redefined the media content consumption landscape. In 2019, the number of active global monthly OTT video subscribers surpassed 750 million, accounting for more than 30 percent of digital video viewers globally.
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“The virtual services, which rely on unmanaged broadband delivery, added more than 1.8 million subscriptions in 2019. Though a bright spot, it did not overcome the long shadow of cord-cutting that saw a reduction to combined traditional and virtual subscriptions of more than 4.5 million in 2019.”
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The world of computer vision has evolved rapidly in recent years. A new application of computer vision called video analytics (VA) has emerged. Tractica forecasts that global VA revenue will increase from $1.1 billion in 2018 to $4.5 billion in 2025.
1917: At the height of the First World War, two young British soldiers, Schofield and Blake, are given a seemingly impossible mission. In a race against time, they must cross enemy territory and deliver a message that will stop a deadly attack on hundreds of soldiers — Blake’s own brother among them.