In 2015, Amazon acquired the streaming service of US-based streaming TV service Plex Media Server.
Plex Media was initially acquired by the company in 2016.
Plex, which was founded in 2009, was created to help companies stream video from their websites and devices to streaming devices.
The Plex media server is a central hub for all of the Plex media service’s services.
It is a huge part of the company’s business.
The cloud-based Plex service is available to nearly everyone in the world, with users sharing and sharing in real time.
In 2018, the Plex Media server announced it would be shutting down on September 1, 2018.
The company said it was doing so because it needed to make room for new software to help stream the same content across the entire internet.
Plex has also been struggling financially, with losses topping $100m in 2016, according to Forbes.
It has been the subject of a number of investigations and has faced legal battles.
Plex media servers have a built-in web browser, allowing users to access the site and manage their account.
The server is not currently available for free, but there is an option to pay $20 per month.
Plex is not the only company to shutter streaming services.
Hulu, for instance, has stopped selling its own streaming service, opting to sell access to its content through other channels like Netflix.
The reason for the shutdown of streaming services is not yet clear, although it has been said to be related to new laws that require streaming services to obtain approval from TV networks to be considered as broadcast TV.