Best-UHD Industry Development White Paper

| December 1, 2016

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In the past two years, 4K TV service has developed rapidly. As ultra high definition (UHD) TV technologies and standards matured and the industry chain and ultra broadband (UBB) network improved, UHD TV service is stepping into the rapid development phase.By August 2016, there were nearly 10 million 4K/UHD TV service users worldwide. The rapid sales of 4K/UHD TVs promoted the development of 4K/UHD TV service. 4K/UHD TVs account for more than 60% of large screen TVs in China, and outside of China the delivery ratio of 4K/UHD TVs is more than 40%

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