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.
However, over-the-top voice services are not yet substitutes for mobile voice calls, so it is appropriate to continue declaration of MTAS for voice services, Ms Cifuentes said.
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.