This big change in Amazon Prime Video due to Coronavirus, could be difficult

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Know what changes have been made in Amazon Prime Video due to Corona virus …

Amazon Prime Video has started measures to reduce the surge in video streaming platforms from its platform to ease the way for more urgent work on the telecommunication network in this era of coronavirus crisis. Possible The pressure on the network has increased due to increase in demand for video content due to the movement of people due to Corona virus.

The Cellular Operators Association of India (COAI), an organization of telecom service providers, wrote a letter to the government asking for platforms such as Netflix and Amazon Prime Video to direct the bitrate. So that the pressure on network infrastructure can be reduced to continue the ‘important works’ at the present time.

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It is worth mentioning that the streaming of more bitrate videos increases the pressure on the network and there is a risk of network jam in the event of more demand.

An Amazon Prime Video spokesperson said in an e-mail statement that many people are at home full-time because of the corona virus. In such a situation, we support telecom companies so that they can properly manage the increased demand for internet.

He said that the company has started reducing the bitrate of its video streaming in India. The spokesperson said that Amazon Prime Video is working closely with local authorities, mobile service providers and Internet service providers to help in case of any problem of internet network jam.

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Netflix did not respond

However, Netflix did not respond to queries sent in this regard. While Netflix said in its blog post on 21 March that on the request of the European Union, it has started reducing the traffic of Netflix on the EU network by 25 percent. It has been started in Italy and Spain and will be gradually implemented throughout Europe and the UK. Due to the lockdown, most of the companies are adopting the policy of working from home. In such a situation, the demand for internet has increased.
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