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One-fifth of TVs to support ethernet connections - Network Cables

Ethernet cables could be increasingly in demand in the coming years as the number of televisions supporting an internet connection is set to reach 551 million by 2016, according to new research.

A total of 40 countries were included in the Digital TV Research study, which found that within the next five years, penetration of connected TVs is set to reach 20 per cent.

Simon Murray, author of the report, commented: "Sales of connected TV sets (with a built-in ethernet connection and, increasingly, widgets/applications) are taking off, especially as retail prices are beginning to fall."

The Connected TV Forecasts study estimated that 43 per cent of households will have a television that is connected to the internet.

Earlier this month, chief analyst at Point Topic Tim Johnson forecast that superfast broadband will be taken up over 10.5 million lines throughout the UK by 2016, which may mean more homeowners will be inclined to connect their televisions to the web, reports ThinkBroadband.

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