Netflix is doing a pretty good profession of growing its user base in dwellings of all the countries, but apparently that isn’t good enough. The streaming service was intended to predominate the skies, too. More precisely, Netflix wants you streaming its content during flights.
The problem with streaming Netflix on a flight, as with any other streaming service, is bandwidth. In-flight Internet access is improving, but adding it for hundreds of passengers running at 30,000 paws still has its limits. Netflix’s solution is to offer its very efficient streaming engineering to the airlines.
According to Variety, Netflix is claiming it can offer high quality streaming on flights while cutting bandwidth expenditures by 75 percentage. That’s enough to make any airline exec sit up and take notice. The saving would be due to the mobile-encoding engineering Netflix once applies to get it brooks efficiently flowing on to our mobile devices.
Netflix once has free in-flight Wi-Fi deals with Virgin America, Virgin Australia, Aeromexico, and Qantas, but clearly wants to expand the reach of its service in the skies. And I’m sure passengers won’t be deploring if they are offered high-quality brooks, especially during long haul flights. The airlines can also marketplace their flights as offering a health bundle of presentation that’s free-spoken for passengers.