Download the exciting, new game, available for Apple and Android devices.
Joe Gibbs Racing launched a new game called “Pit Road with Pals,” featuring ARRIS Racing’s Carl Edwards and Daniel Suarez cars!
- Handle all four pit crew jobs: Fueler, Tire Changer, Tire Carrier, and Jack
- Feel the pressure of a fast-paced pit stop
- Race the clock and your friends
- 3 rounds per match, best average pit stop time wins!
- Challenge your friends to a pit stop match!
Download the FREE “Pit Road with Pals” app now!
This week, we’re hosting our industry’s Caribbean and Latin American leaders at our 2nd annual Customer Leadership Forum (CLF) in Miami. It’s become a premier event for the region’s operators to discuss the future of entertainment and communications.
ARRIS Racing driver Daniel Suarez helped us kick off our incredible line-up of speakers, which includes many ARRIS executives as well as guest speaker Robert Tercek and representatives from Cable & Wireless Communications, Liberty Cablevision, NET, Tigo, and more.
Across the Caribbean and Latin America, new growth in OTT, content downloading, TV everywhere, and especially binge-viewing are driving demand for more content, more bandwidth, more choice, and more flexibility—with tremendous implications for new services and business models. This year’s CLF agenda focuses on the many facets of this evolution, offering a forum for the region’s operators to discuss this new landscape and share insights with its most influential players.
Check out a few photos below from Day One.
USA Today highlighted findings from ARRIS’s Consumer Entertainment Index showing that more than 69% of binge-watchers in the U.S. do so alone. That is more than the international average of 60% but not as high as Japan, where 80% binge-watch alone.
Rapid TV News reported on a survey by Futuresource Consulting stating that live TV is still the primary viewing choice for almost two-thirds of respondents, but over-the-top (OTT) services are becoming more popular and widely used, fuelled by their wider availability.
According to Digital TV Europe, a recent Nielsen report revealed that 41% of people buy or rent their content both physically and digitally, with just 12% of consumers having entirely digital means for their TV and movie consumption.
In other industry news, Multichannel News reported that Cox Communications has been testing a gaming service that streams titles to the TV via a special broadband-connected “Microconsole” that is paired to a handheld controller.
This week, Broadcasting & Cable posted a study from PwC revealing that M&A activity in the media and communications sector totaled $76 billion in Q2 2015, driven by some major deals in the cable, Internet and communications areas.
- Cutting the Cord: We like binge-watching solo (August 16, 2015) By Mike Snider, USA Today: My wife is a solo binge-watcher. But technically she is not alone.
- OTT availability threatens free, live TV as consumers’ favourite choice (August 18, 2015) By Staff Writer, Rapid TV News: On topic research from Futuresource Consulting has found that free and live TV are still the favourite choices of consumers, but over-the-top (OTT) services are becoming more popular and widely used, fuelled by their wider availability.
- Just 12% of US views have switched to digital-only (August 20, 2015) By Staff Writer, Digital TV Europe: Half of the US population has bought or rented TVs or movies digitally in the past six months, but only 12% have shifted exclusively to digital viewing methods, according to Nielsen.
- Cox Takes Subscription Gaming Over-The-Top (August 19,2015) By Jeff Baumgartner, Multichannel News: Cox Communications has been quietly testing a subscription gaming service that streams titles to the TV via a special broadband-connected “Microconsole” that is paired to a handheld controller.
- Media Industry M&A Rises to $76B in 2Q (August 19, 2015) By Jon Lafayette, Broadcasting & Cable: Merger and acquisition activity in the media and communications sector totaled $76 billion in the second quarter, driven by a handful of huge deals in the cable, Internet and communications areas, according to PwC.
It’s almost the fall semester, which means an impending onslaught of eBook downloads, Internet research, and streaming games, TV, and music.
Want to give your kids an edge this back-to-school season? Get them fast 802.11ac Wi-Fi.
Our new ARRIS SURFboard® SBG6700-AC DOCSIS 3.0 Wireless Gateway is available for a MSRP of $179.99. It’s easy to set up, works with most major cable service providers, and is packed with convenient features—like one-touch Wi-Fi pairing, preset Wi-Fi security, and Wireless Guest Access.
It doesn’t take a PhD in economics to appreciate awesome Wi-Fi at an unbelievable price. Check out the SURFboard® SBG6700-AC, and get it at Amazon, Best Buy or Newegg today.
Starting this weekend, Newegg will be a featured sponsor on our #19 NASCAR ARRIS Toyota Camry Sprint Cup race car—driven by Carl Edwards. If you’re watching this weekend’s race in Michigan, you can spot the Newegg logo on the car’s rear TV panel. It’ll be there at every ARRIS sponsorship race through the championship Sprint Cup Chase on November 22nd.
Newegg is one of ARRIS’s top retail partners, and you can find many of our popular products in their online store. We’re proud to have Newegg join our exciting partnership with NASCAR.
Come out and watch us this weekend and follow NewEgg on Facebook and Twitter!