As part of an ongoing collaboration, ARRIS and TiVo have announced that the latter's software and cloud-based services will be ported to the broadcast technology maker's set-top-boxes and gateways.
The two companies say that they are committed to offer global service providers a variety of platform options for delivering multiscreen, TV everywhere and DVR experiences.
The first fruit of the collaboration is the DCX3635 Video Gateway with TiVo. The device features six video tuners with 8 DOCSIS downstream channels, carries 1TB of onboard storage, is capable of supporting dual simultaneous HD video transcoding sessions and is claimed to have enough storage to record 150 hours of HD programming.
"We're partnering with ARRIS to give service providers a greater range of choices for delivering the award-winning TiVo experience," said Tom Elam, VP and general manager of TiVo's service provider business. "Now, providers can choose ARRIS's innovative hardware to deliver the signature TiVo service for entertainment, anytime, anywhere, and across a variety of screens. We look forward to collaborating with ARRIS to bring this compelling feature set to more customers around the world."
"ARRIS is committed to offering service providers the best solutions for delivering the future of entertainment. Our partnership with TiVo is a great example of this," said Larry Robinson, president of customer premises equipment at ARRIS. "It represents an ongoing collaboration to help our global customers usher in tomorrow's technology through familiar, branded solutions that subscribers trust. Together, we're inventing the future of TV and delivering it through reliable, scalable, and consumer-friendly solutions."