over-the-top


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over-the-top

When an aircraft is above the layer of clouds or other obscuring phenomena forming the ceiling.
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The video content type segment dominated the overall over-the-top market share in 2017 and is expected to continue this trend during the forecast period, owing to progressive rollout of new technologies, which lead to video consumption.
To be sure, over-the-top clamps are the most robust way to flatten a warped PCB, stabilize it and apply a vacuum to keep it secure through processing.
Both crops are now limited to two over-the-top dicamba applications.
Over-the-top media services provider Netflix's Sacred Games series is based on author Vikram Chandra's similarly titled novel.
with sales (volume), revenue (value), market share and growth rate of Over-The-Top Video in these regions, from 2012 to 2022 (forecast).
Ltd., which specialise in the creation of technology (mainly software) to power the Over-The-Top market.
In looking at accuracy, we decided to test with two styles of fixed-blade heads (a 2-blade, cut-on contact design and a 3-blade, replaceable blade design) and two styles of mechanical heads (a 3-blade, over-the-top model and a 2-blade, rear-deploying model).
And Verizon chairman/ CEO Lowell McAdam has been quoted as saying, "Over-the-top video is right around the corner."
For example, the carriers really like H.264 because they have paid for it already; however, the place where video is being used, Facetime, is an over-the-top H.264 service that does not involve the carriers.
Otter Media was established by AT&T and The Chernin Group to invest in, acquire and launch over-the-top video services.
A source said: "Everyone is calling it teagate as it seems like such an over-the-top reaction.