Background[ edit ] Ethernet has a long history.
There was a time when TV was free to consumers. It was delivered as a broadcast over-the-air and paid for either by commercials US mostly or by taxes on viewers Europe mostly. The consumers were delighted with the idea as it was far better than radio and radio was delightful because it was far better than no radio.
The process of convincing consumers to pay for something that used to be free was quite interesting. The first benefit to be articulated was that the quality of the picture would be much better. It would, in essence, be noise-free. The third benefit was fewer or no commercials for some of the channels.
An additional group later adopted satellite-based pay-TV as the technology became reasonably cheap. These benefits were priced modestly but as the quality and breadth of programming increased, prices rose.
Consider that the TV set used to watch the programming improved dramatically while decreasing in price over the same period. Meanwhile, some of the benefits began to be less relevant. Commercials are more abundant than ever. The industry has reached saturation decades ago and has not offered anything meaningful in terms of innovation.
The answers are usually immediate and plentiful: To which I would say: So again, why have all the people been fooled all this time?
Twenty years have passed since the industry reached saturation and prices keep rising.
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My answer is that disruption is predictable. The same phenomenon occurred with mobile vs. For several years it seemed that mobile was sustaining to fixed or that fixed was immune due to lock-ins. The fixed telephone incumbents insisted that the data was inconclusive.
Then the trickle of abandonment turned into a deluge. The quality of service for mobile kept increasing and, with data, it became clear that the mobile devices could unleash unfathomable functionality and value.
And so it goes. A business dies first slowly then quickly. What is clear however is that the economics will change dramatically and the alliances between talent and distribution will shift to entrants and away from incumbents.
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