Mediacom Communications said Monday that it will soon deploy a media gateway from Pace that runs TiVo's user interface.
Pace surpassed longtime set-top market leader Cisco in market share during the second quarter, according to a report released Wednesday by Infonetics.
Alaskan triple-play provider GCI said Tuesday that it is expanding the rollout of DVRs running TiVo software to Kenai and Soldotna, using Pace's XG1 home video gateway.
A variety of set-top box vendors believe that their products still have a place in the consumer home entertainment space, although, most concede, that place is changing, according to a survey conducted by Euromedia.
Alaskan cable operator GCI is beginning to deploy home video gateways from Pace which run TiVo's DVR software and interactive program guide, TiVo and Pace said Monday.
It's probably safe to say that Pace Plc has recovered from the problems that caused turmoil within the company's product lines and a management shakeup a couple years ago.
In a bit of irony, the dreaded and sometimes hated ubiquitous set-top box is not going away anytime soon for pay TV subscribers because, among other leading reasons, those consumers are becoming more enamored with non-set-top connected devices.
Cisco led set-top vendors in the first quarter in revenue share, according to a report from Infonetics.
Cox Communications is considering licensing Comcast's Reference Design Kit to help speed the rollout of advanced digital cable services, VP of Video Product Development and Management Steve Necessary said Tuesday.
Cable technology vendors are increasingly touting their ability to integrate online video services like YouTube with traditional pay-TV programming.