Cloud-Based DVR and Multiscreen Support Strategies – Optimizing Storage and Transcoding (2014)

By Ludovic Milin, Carol Ansley, ARRIS

This paper presents extended and recent usage statistics from in-home multi-room/multi-tuner DVR deployments with an emphasis on characterizing subscriber behavior. These statistics are then extrapolated to formulate sizing assumptions for a typical cloud-based DVR deployment, including ingest, storage and streaming capacities.

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