Seeks to expand subscriber base across the globe amidst a highly competitive OTT landscape.
Allows users to check the quality of their connection for streaming video content from the video platform.
Subscribers watch over 100 minutes per day Millennials and Gen-ys comprise the majority IFLIX, Southeast Asia’s leading Internet TV service, is celebrating its first birthday.
U Mobile Sdn Bhd is looking at accelerating its network expansion this year, hoping to take advantage of the additional spectrum it is about to be granted.
The SEA video-streaming space is heating up, and PCCW’s Viu is just the latest to enter an arena crowded with regional players iflix and Hooq, and even US giant Netflix. What is its plan?
Indonesia’s largest telco Telkom has decided to to block Netflix, barely a month after the video streaming service launched in the country.
Internet TV startup iflix will soon announce more partnerships with local telcos in Malaysia and Thailand, even as it launched an offline viewing feature for mobile users.
Malaysia’s satellite TV operator Astro announced that users of its Astro On-the-Go service will be able to download their TV series and movies for offline viewing.
Google has announced the addition of movies to Google Play in Malaysia, which would allow users to watch high-definition, full-length feature films from major Hollywood studios.
Fuelled by another round of funding, Kaltura is aiming at Asia where it believes its flexibility – in terms of both business model and technology – will position it well to enable a video revolution, reports Gabey Goh.