MyIX to finalise deal with Netflix next month


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  • Monday, 10 Jul 2017

Content hub: A poster for the Netflix movie ‘Okja’ in competition at the Cannes Film Festival is displayed on the Croisette. MyIX deal with Netflix will pave the way for Malaysia to become a regional content hub. — Reuters

KUALA LUMPUR: The Malaysia Internet Exchange (MyIX) will finalise its deal with America’s popular online entertainment company, Netflix, to provide its video and movie content in Malaysia by end-August, says chairman Chiew Kok Hin.

The non-profit MyIX is the first neutral Internet Exchange where local Internet Service Providers (ISPs) and content providers connect to exchange Internet traffic.

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