Wednesday, June 11, 2008

Netflix Roku Selling Like Hotcakes




Netflix customers have snapped up all of its set-top boxes that stream movies from the Web to TVs, Chief Executive Reed Hastings said in an interview Monday.
Los Gatos-based Netflix, the largest U.S. mail-order movie service, is pressing supplier Roku to boost production, Hastings said. He wouldn't say how many of the players the company had sold. The $100 system lets customers order movies online and watch them on a television using WiFi technology.


And so it begins. A year from now, you're going to see a lot more VOD devices, and a lot fewer disc players.

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1 comment:

Sharlotte said...

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