The global internet protocol television (IPTV) CDN market is anticipated to expand at a remarkable CAGR of over 34% between 2022 and 2032. Demand for internet protocol CDNs is anticipated to increase during the forecast period due to the growing global internet user population. Internet protocol television (IPTV) CDN uses multiple servers to deliver streaming or static content that minimize latency issues, maximize available bandwidth for each viewer and optimize delivery speed. Increasing demand for latest and advanced media content is encouraging service providers to become more advanced in terms of content delivery network service offering to gain competitive advantage.
In the past few years, number of online users have increased dramatically, which has resulted into growing online traffic. In order to manage huge online traffic need for advanced content delivery network is expected to expand in near future which is likely to support the internet protocol television (IPTV) CDN market growth. In addition, emerging trend of internet video advertising as well as growing need for reliable online experience are expected to fuel the growth of internet protocol television market across globe, during the forecast period.
Verification of best location for servers, and content management problems is acting as restraints for internet protocol television (IPTV) CDN market, and are expected to hinder the growth of the market to some extent.
Key players in the global internet protocol television (IPTV) CDN market focus on offering advanced online services in order to enhance customer experience and outperform competitors. In addition, improvement of content quality, and web-site performance with faster connectivity are some of the other major focus areas for these key players.
Some of the major players identified in the global internet protocol television (IPTV) CDN market are Alcatel-Lucent S.A., Akamai Technologies Inc., AT&T Inc., Ericsson, Verizon, ZTE Corporation, Huawei Technologies Co., Ltd. and Cisco Systems, Inc. etc. EIN Presswire