02.13.2004 12:00 AM
Charter Picks nAble for VOD Delivery
Charter Communications selected nCube's nAble interactive management software and video server for to deliver VOD to its digital cable customers in Reno, Nev. The on-demand service is scheduled for the first quarter of this year, and marks the eleventh VOD deployment that Charter has launched with nCube. It offers VCR-like control of on-demand content, such as pause, fast-forward and rewind. Customers can access high-definition VOD, and local VOD and movies.

"We need reliable and scalable infrastructure to ensure that advanced services, like video-on-demand, can grow without our having to incur separate storage cost or purchase duplicate copies of content," said Wayne Davis, senior vice president of engineering and technical operations for Charter.

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