Samsung is first to provide Netflix in Latin America
The first computer company featuring Netflix instant streaming video through a Smart TV is Samsung. The company announced that it is available from a TV access Netflix intelligent, tool by which people can access a wide variety of movies and TV, thanks to its Internet subscription service.
From May until September 12, Samsung is launching with Netflix service in Latin America for the first time in history. Users of some models of Smart TV, have the ability to connect to Netflix without requiring a computer, cables or disk, and once they are part of this community have free access to any film, documentary or TV series.
Netflix has its films and TV service in high definition and standard by a system in which intelligent transmission dynamically adapts to the bandwidth that one has to provide the best quality when choosing something to visualize.
“Netflix has revolutionized the way people see movies in the U.S. and Canada and I’m sure will do the same in our region”, said Charles Werner, director of marketing for Samsung Electronics Latin America. “This is a very important moment for the market, helping to transform the user experience and how they interact with the TV”, he said.
“We’ve partnered with Samsung in the U.S. since 2008 and we are very proud of the growth we have achieved. Together, Netflix and Samsung have delivered cutting-edge products that have enriched user experience and adoption of which is accelerated in the market for smart TVs. We are confident that our joint success will continue in Latin America, one of the most vibrant in the world”, said Bill Holmes, vice president of business Netflix.