How Netflix’s migration to Amazon Web Service is protected by Chaos Monkey

“We are happy to report that in early January of 2016, after seven years of diligent effort, we have finally completed our Cloud migration and shut down the last remaining data center bits used by our streaming service” Netflix blog post announcing the completion of their migration to AWS Netflix, in anticipation of the increased […]

How Netflix will block streaming via Proxies and VPN as they go Global

Personally, I should have seen this coming when Netflix had  declared that they planned to take over the World, Pinky and the Brain Style as I’d explained in “Netflix expansion to 130 Countries as Global Streaming in 2016”. In a follow-up to the development that should have been labeled “too good to be true” Netflix […]

Digicel and LIME identified by Netflix’s ISP Index as the Slowest in the Caribbean

Think Jamaicans are feisty about their slow Broadband Internet? They may now have a reason after it was revealed that Digicel has the slowest Broadband in the Caribbean. So says Netflix in their Netflix’s ISP Index for the month of December 2014, which ranked all the Caribbean ISP in terms of their ability to Stream Netflix […]

Netflix uses Torrenting Trends to pick popular Content

“Certainly there’s some torrenting that goes on, and that’s true around the world, but some of that just creates the demand. Netflix is so much easier than torrenting. You don’t have to deal with files, you don’t have to download them and move them around. You just click and watch” Netflix CEO Reed Hastings in […]

FLOW goes 3D HDTV et al – Netflix to make FLOW Extinct

FLOW Jamaica will be launching a slew of products by the First Quarter of 2012AD, namely: 300Mbps Broadband Internet speeds 3D HDTV Cable TV packages made possible by this speed increase A TV-Anywhere Concept akin to Comcast XFinity 1GBps product Cloud-Based Video Services, similar to Digicel as per my article “Digicel’s Cloud Backup Services – […]

Netflix service coming to the Caribbean and Latin America

Netflix is reporting through their official blog that they plan to start offering their streaming service in Latin America and the Caribbean later this year. The blog post doesn’t go into detail about the individual counties only stating that they will expand into 43 countries in the region. I take heart in the fact that […]