Effective October 1, 2012, QUALCOMM Incorporated completed a corporate reorganization in which the assets of certain of its businesses and groups, as well as the stock of certain of its direct and indirect subsidiaries, were contributed to Qualcomm Technologies, Inc. (QTI), a wholly-owned subsidiary of QUALCOMM Incorporated. Learn more about these changes

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Future TV

Nov 9-10, 2009

Digital Television has proved a real success in all countries. The old analogue signal is generally planned to be switched-off by 2012. In the US, the transition from analogue to digital will be completed in 2009. In France, digital switch-over is scheduled for 2011.
Audience share for the free French DTT newcomer channels almost doubled in 2008, while the traditional TV channels fell back. The audience share of traditional terrestrial TV channels decreased from 86% in 2006 to less than 74% at the end of 2008.
High Definition broadcasting is expanding steadily in all OECD countries. Leaders like Japan and Korea already switched to HD with 50% of the installed basis. In Europe, these changes are expected for 2010 (and 70% for 2012).
Internet TV competes with traditional markets: Video sharing websites like YouTube and DailyMotion have experienced explosive growth in recent years. Everyday, 100 million users are watching videos on YouTube, which corresponds to 3 billion watched videos ea

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