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Will Amazon’s newly-launched SVOD platform Prime Video spell a turf war? Over-the-top players and market analyst note that content, pricing and ease of payment will be a key strategic area for consumers to shift preferences.
India’s OTT market already has players such as Star-owned Hotstar, Viacom18’s Voot, Netflix, Spuul and Hungama.
Nokia plans to launch an incubator to engage start-ups that can develop solutions for smart cities and IoT. However, analysts believe that the going will be tough.
The global battle between Netflix and Amazon for a larger share of TV and movie viewership is all set to play out in India. Eleven months after Netflix launched its services in India, e-commerce giant Amazon has now launched its subscription-based service Amazon Prime Video.
Below are excerpts of a recent Keynote by Sanchit Vir Gogia on the topic: Who Owns Digital Transformation?
Engineering and industrial design services provider Tata Elxsi, a Tata Group company, plans to buy smaller companies in areas such automotive, media and healthcare, helping it grow business faster. The over Rs1,000 crore company has built capabilities to provide niche automotive design services for driver-less cars and telematics for connected cars.
Disruption appears to be the new norm in India, with over 90 per cent of enterprises stating they have experienced disruption, and another 26 per cent unaware of how their industry would look three years down the line, according to a new survey.
Businesses consider digital start-ups a threat, either now or in the future.