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Enterprise Services

Huawei’s European Customers Are Put on Hold by U.S. Ban

By The New York Times 24 May 2019

“It would be extremely unlikely that they would use their own operating system here in the short term,” said Dario Talmesio, a telecommunications analyst at Ovum, a research and consultancy firm in London. “And that means people with existing Huawei devices will gradually see devices that are reliant on Android deteriorate because they are not able to perform certain upgrades.”

Enterprise Services

Cognizant president Prasad Chintamaneni resigns

By The Times Of India 22 May 2019

Hansa Iyengar, analyst in London-based Ovum Research, said, "Indications are that the new CEO (Brian Humphries) is making some serious changes to suit his vision and strategy for the company. It is not new for senior people to exit right after a change at the CEO level. I am expecting a few more such high profile exits and new people being brought in over the next few months."

Consumer and Entertainment Services

Ovum: Traditional TV can fine-tune to survive but must change radically to thrive

By DigitalTVEurope.com 20 May 2019

On a global scale, it’s clear that traditional TV services alone aren’t enough to satisfy a growing number of viewers, with audiences moving swiftly to enhance their viewing experience by subscribing to Netflix, Amazon Prime Video, or other OTT video services.

Consumer and Entertainment Services

Longtime European TV Rivals Forge Alliances to Battle Threats From Netflix, Amazon

By Variety 10 May 2019

“All other services have to try to compete against these dominant platforms and hope consumers add their service as a third,” says Tony Gunnarsson, a senior analyst at London-based consultancy Ovum.

Consumer and Entertainment Services

BBC Business Live

By George Jijiashvili 07 May 2019

Watch Ovum senior analyst, George Jijiashvili on BBC Business Live from 08:30 discussing the next generation disc-less #Xbox, and what this means for the #gaming industry in the coming years.

Topic Video Gaming

Consumer and Entertainment Services

5G: World's first commercial services promise 'great leap'

By BBC 05 Apr 2019

Ed Barton, chief television and entertainment analyst at Ovum, said the shift from today's 4G networks to 5G will be significant. He said first-generation or 1G networks enabled voice, 2G brought text, 3G static images or photos, and 4G enabled video. "We're expecting the leap from 4G to 5G to be a much greater leap than ever before."

Topic 5G

Consumer and Entertainment Services

Can Google’s Stadia compete with consoles and high-end PCs?

By Financial Times 23 Mar 2019

“5G is being described as a ‘saviour technology’ — but at least for the next five years, we’re not going to see mass deployment,” said George Jijiashvili, an analyst Ovum.

Topic Video Gaming

Consumer and Entertainment Services

Apple bets billions on streaming service to curb Netflix dominance

By DW 22 Mar 2019

Apple has been forced to play catch-up as growth in demand for iPhones and iPads has stalled. Industry analyst Tony Gunnarsson from London-based consultancy Ovum noted that Apple also incorrectly bet that iTunes would replace DVDs with individual collections of video content.

Consumer and Entertainment Services

Apple Bid for TV Stardom Is Biggest Gamble Yet

By Light Reading 21 Mar 2019

That much was perhaps confirmed by Reed Hastings, the CEO of Netflix, when he said earlier this week that his company was not a part of Apple's plans. Those remarks also support a view that what Apple will announce is a platform uniting other video services with its own -- a kind of iTunes "Plus," says Tony Gunnarsson, a senior analyst with market-research firm Ovum.