Mobile video viewership on the upswing, but how can carriers keep pace?

Media research firm Nielsen reports that mobile video is drawing significant viewership. In fact, Nielsen said that U.S. consumers now spend more than four hours per month viewing video on their mobile devices. But operators still need to figure out how to balance the demand for mobile video with the technology's heavy bandwidth requirements so that they can deliver quality content to consumers without disrupting their network performance. FierceWireless' sister publication FierceMobileContent delves into these issues and more in the free ebook, "Realizing Mobile Video's Promise."

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