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cable modem

An internet modem that communicates over the television cable, which can allow a continuously “live” Internet connection and transfer rates of ± 1.5 Mbps
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The joint solution will combine Pace's set-top box product family with UEI's MyChannel(TM) Universal Plug-n-Play (UPnP) compliant software, allowing consumers to access and share media content, including broadcast, Internet, and PC-based media files, through their set-top box.
At SCTE, Pace will demonstrate this solution using its flagship Tahoe Dual Tuner HD DVR set-top box.
The advanced set-top box will be able to offer a completely integrated digital home experience, including seamless integration with the built-in Digital Video Recorder (DVR) to allow sharing of external media content, such as Internet radio and podcasts, with any "networked" device in the home.
Pace's Tahoe set-top box solution sets a new standard in simplicity, usability and true whole-house content sharing," said Paul Arling, chairman and chief executive officer at Universal Electronics.
A highly advanced high definition DVR for North America, Tahoe has been fully integrated with the latest generation of set-top box EPG and VOD applications.
It is a richly featured set-top box that includes advanced connectivity and DOCSIS/DSG.
The Daytona offers a sensible HD set-top box alternative for Motorola-type networks.
This all digital HD set-top box is Pace America's newest family member.
USDTV's new set-top box integrates state-of-the-art digital tuning, compression and storage technologies, enabling the company to establish a low-cost broadcast-driven media center in the home.
Our second-generation set-top box is an essential technical milestone in offering consumers more choice, developing new revenue streams for our broadcast partners, and sustaining our long-term competitive advantage," said Steve Lindsley, Chief Executive Officer of USDTV.
USDTV will be releasing its second-generation set-top box in two phases, the first of which will begin shipping to customers in the fall of 2006.