INTERNET PROTOCOL TELEVISION

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INTERNET PROTOCOL TELEVISION

  1. 1. NAME-SUBHASHREE MISHRA REGD NO.-0501208054 GROUP-A1 BRANCH-ELECTRONICS N TELECOMMUNICTION ENGG.
  2. 2. INTRODUCTION  IPTV  INTERNET TV  ARCHITECTURE OF IPTV  WORKING PROCEDURE  COMPONENTS OF IPTV  IPTV SOFTWARE  PROTOCOLS  ACCENTURE IPTV SOLUTION  ADVANTAGES  GROWTH  IPTV SERVICES IN INDIA  LIMITATIONS  HURDLES TO CROSS  CONCLUSION 
  3. 3. IPTV (Internet Protocol Television) is a system  where a digital television service is delivered using Internet Protocol over a network infrastructure. It may include delivery by a broadband  connection. Received by the viewer through the  technologies used for computer networks instead of traditional broadcast.
  4. 4. In 1994, ABC’s World News Now was the  first television show to be broadcast over the internet, using the CU-SeeMe video conferencing software. The term IPTV first appeared in 1995 with  the founding of Precept Software by Judith Estrin and Bill Carrico. Precept designed and built an internet video product named quot;IP/TVquot;. Internet radio company AudioNet started the  first continuous live webcast in January, 1998.
  5. 5. Just beginning to  grow in Central and Eastern Europe. Typically supplied  by a Telecom Service Provider using a closed network infrastructure. The higher network  quality enables easy delivery of high IPTV by SONY quality SD or HD TV content to subscribers’ homes.
  6. 6. “Internet TVquot; generally refers to transport  streams sent over IP networks (normally the Internet) from outside the network that connects to the users premises. An Internet TV provider has no control over  the final delivery and so broadcasts on a quot;best effortquot; basis. Relatively low investment service.  Includes broadband, ADSL, Wi-Fi, cable and  satellite
  7. 7. IPTV DISTRIBUTED CENTRALISED 
  8. 8. IMS architecture for IPTV: There is a growing standardization effort on the use of the 3GPP IP Multimedia Subsystem (IMS) as an architecture for supporting IPTV services in carriers networks. Both ITU-T and ETSI are working on so-called quot;IMS-based IPTVquot; standards
  9. 9. Television signal is converted into small  packets of computer data like any other form of online traffic such as email or a web page. channels are encoded in IP format and  delivered to the TV through a set top box. IPTV service also includes video on  demand, which is similar to watching video CDs/DVDs using a VCD/DVD player.
  10. 10. TV and set top delivery  content box network head end
  11. 11. A proven solution successfully deployed in  over 500,000 set-top boxes worldwide. Designed to reduce time to market for  OEMs, Silicon Providers, & Network Operators. Pre-integrated with a large number of  Middleware, browser, Conditional Access & VOD servers. Highly portable and can run across multiple  STBs based on different CPU architectures (PowerPC, MIPS, ARM, x86, SHx, etc.)
  12. 12. Live TV is using IGMP version 2 for  connecting to a multicast stream (TV channel) and for changing from one multicast stream to another (TV channel change). VOD is using the Real Time Streaming  Protocol (RTSP). NPVR (network-based Personal Video  Recorder)
  13. 13. Creating a stable platform.  Acquiring high-quality content.  Providing high quality-of-service levels.  Ensuring that underlying systems can support  a scalable solution. Preparing a rigorous business case.  Providing excellent customer experience and  service levels.
  14. 14. quality of digital video and audio is much  better compared with the traditional analogue TV ability to integrate television with other  IP-based services like high speed Internet access and VoIP. allows for the delivery of significantly  more content and functionality. frees up bandwidth  opportunity for integration and  convergence.
  15. 15. customer's privacy could be  compromised to a greater extent. can browse an online movie catalogue  and watch the movies instantly. video can be streamed to households  more efficiently than cable. lower costs for operators and lower  prices for users
  16. 16. 1,300 free IPTV channels till June 2006.  Rapid growth since it can use HDTV, PC or 3G  mobile. IPTV subscribers in the Asia-Pacific region  (excluding Japan) are expected to grow to over 20 million by 2009. Siemens maintains the global market for IPTV  technology could touch $1 billion by 2009.
  17. 17. Mahanagar Telephone Nigam (MTNL) is the  first and only telco in India providing IPTV services. In october 2006 launch in Mumbai and Delhi.  original 26 channels it launched were free-  to-air, while the new lineup includes premium subscription channels. tariff plans not yet announced.  Bharti Airtel,BSNL are ready to set IPTV. 
  18. 18. Because IPTV is based on internet protocol, it  is sensitive to packet loss and delays. If IPTV connection is not fast enough picture  break-up or loss may occur Because of its high latency Satellite Internet  Access is not ideal for IPTV.
  19. 19. First, broadband is the backbone of IPTV. And  India has only around one million broadband connections till date. availability of the last mile is a factor that is  most instrumental in determining what the future of broadband in India is going to be. IPTV suffers from jitters.  IPTV will require 33 per cent more bandwidth  than radio frequency for the same result with the same codes
  20. 20. IPTV is low cost tv services both for customer and  provider.  It has a great future as its uses the next gen technology.
  21. 21. www.accenture.com  economictimes.indiatimes.com  http://www.aminocom.com/  www.indiabandwidth.com  www.financialexpress.com 

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