DVRs—Driving The DVR Experience Home: Software At The Wheel (2004)

By Neil Jones, Pioneer Digital Technologies, Inc

Perhaps the most powerful TV evolution has been the ability to let viewers take total control of their viewing, particularly in recording whatever they want, whenever they want. It’s called DVR.

And software is at the wheel, as set-top value is defined by its ability to support services and applications through its software.

This paper will discuss the DVR software solution and the impact it is having on the cable industry and its customers.

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