Cox reveals multi-room DVR plan

May 2009
CED;May2009, Vol. 35 Issue 5, p6
Trade Publication
The article reports that Cox Communications Inc. is planning to introduce its own multi-room digital video tape recorders (DVR) capability. Its introduction of the multi-room DVR is said to be associated with its activation of tru2way STBs and DVRs, the rollout of a variety of new applications, and the introduction of a new user interface. Cox said it will initially rely on home networking technology, which allows it to transform current in-home wiring into the equivalent of an Ethernet network.


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