(IT-NEWSWIRE.COM, November 14, 2017 ) China has the largest broadband user base in the world, with the majority of users accessing the internet through mobile devices. Despite high broadband penetration, China has one of the slowest broadband speeds globally. This trend is expected to change, following the network architecture improvements such as the completion of the two-year project to increase the number of nationwide internet traffic hubs from three to ten. DSL was the initial driving force for the growth of fixed broadband in China, which was followed later by Ethernet passive optical network (EPON) fiber and gigabit passive optical network (GPON) fiber.
PART 01: Executive summary - Highlights PART 02: Scope of the report - Market overview - Base year - Vendor segmentation - Top-vendor offerings PART 03: Market research methodology - Research methodology - Economic indicators PART 04: Introduction - Key market highlights PART 05: Industry overview - Evolution of video streaming in China - Video streaming working mechanism - Chinese video streaming supply chain - Recent developments in video streaming market in China PART 06: Broadband infrastructure in China - Broadband infrastructure in China: Overview - Internet usage by occupation in China - Money transactions made through internet
PART 07: Market landscape - Global video streaming market - Market size and forecast - Five forces analysis PART 08: Market segmentation by revenue - Video streaming market share in China by revenue 2015-2020 - Comparison of video streaming market in China by revenue - Video streaming market in China by advertisement revenue - Video streaming market in China by copyright distribution revenue - Video streaming market in China by value-added service revenue - Video streaming market in China by revenue from other sources PART 09: Market attractiveness - Market attractiveness by mode of revenue generation PART 10: Buying criteria PART 11: Comparison of China with the global video streaming market - Overview of Chinese market - Chinese video streaming market compared to rest of world PART 12: Market drivers - Demand for affordable entertainment - Scarcity of entertainment programs on state-operated TV - Increase in video streaming on smartphones PART 13: Impact of drivers PART 14: Market challenges - Government restrictions - Internet connectivity issues PART 15: Impact of drivers and challenges