Amazon got a web service that makes the distribution of movie and tv shows fast, easy and affordable. Apart from that, the company did not stop on just producing hardware. It has also developed an operating system that will make kindle 4 load web pages faster.
That and the fact that Kindle Fire is sold only at $199 are the major things that led critics to predict that it will have a great impact to the video streaming world. A number of them even go as far as guessing that Kindle Fire will revolutionize videos as iPod did to music.
Among those critics who foresee that Kindle Fire will bring a great change to online video industry is Dan Rayburn. He is one of the principal analysts for Frost and Sullivan. And based on his knowledge about technology and inner workings of tech companies, he argues that Kindle Fire will begin the revolution in the video streaming industry.
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“Just days after the announcement of Kindle Fire's release, it's pretty clear that the gadget will be a hit. A number of critics even predict that the new android-based tablet will start a digital video revolution as iPod did to music.”
“Dan Rayburn is one of those critics who believe Kindle Fire will make a mark in the video streaming industry. As a principal analyst for Frost and Sullivan, Rayburn is pretty familiar with how tech companies work. And according to him, Amazon got what it takes to impact the video market in a big way.”
“With its web services, Amazon made the distribution of videos easy and affordable. Apart from that, they're free video offerings to their prime members is driving in more costumers. With those and Kindle Fire ready to be shipped on November 15, the company could indeed revolutionize the video streaming world.”
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“Founding online video startups of his own and working as a principal analyst for Frost and Sullivan, Dan Rayburn is familiar with the inner working of tech companies. And he’s put this knowledge to good use on his blog StreamingMedia.com. Today, Dan argues that the Amazon Kindle Fire will jumpstart a digital video revolution…”
“Over the past five years, very few companies have single-handedly help jump-start the streaming media industry and propelled the market forward as a whole. Looking back, companies like YouTube, Adobe, Netflix, Akamai and others have impacted the market in ways that most companies will never be able to. That’s not to say that many small companies aren’t innovating or are responsible for contributing to the growth of the market, (think Brightcove and ViewCast) but to truly move the entire market forward you need size and scale that most companies can never achieve.”
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Amazon is probably the biggest online retailer today. With the release of its kindle e readers though, many also labeled it as a technology company. And with the introduction of Kindle Fire, it is proving them correct. However, apart from that, the release of the latest kindle version is also leading critics to predict that Amazon will become a proponent of a digital video revolution.
The fact that Amazon is getting into the technology world not just with its new tablet computer but also with a web browser is a major factor that bore the said prediction. In addition to that, at a very affordable price, Kindle Fire makes a very suitable gadget for videos as it was designed with high image quality.
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