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Plex's Bold Plan To Take On The Streaming Goliaths

Plex's Bold Plan To Take On The Streaming Goliaths

Plex’s media server software has millions of tech-savvy fans, but can it survive the decline of DVDs and downloads?

Plex’s media server software has millions of tech-savvy fans, but can it survive the decline of DVDs and downloads?

For digital media hoarders and pirates, Plex is a household name. The nine-year-old Los Gatos, California, startup makes server software for streaming media files from one device—usually a PC—to phones, tablets, computers, game consoles, and TVs. Millions of people use Plex to access their digitized DVDs, video downloads, MP3 files, and photos from anywhere. And the company’s fanatical fan base has made it a profitable business through a subscription program for premium features.

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Source: Fast Company

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