Verizon has today finally launched their FIOS Media Server in a few areas as part of their Quantum TV package, offering users a wealth of features for viewing recording movies and shows.
The new Quantum TV DVR is capable of sending TV to other smaller set-top boxes that can be positioned around the rest of the house, over existing cable wiring.
The new Quantum TV DVR set-top box is equipped with six tuners and a 1TB hard drive for storing your viewing library and has the ability to record up to 12 channels at once by simply adding more DVRs to your setup, offering 2TB of storage and feeds to up to 10 TVs.
The Quantum TV DVR system costs $22 per month for one of the DVR boxes, and $32 for the two DVR, 12-tuner setup, plus $10 to connect additional TVs. The video below is an old one from 2011 and explain little more about the new Quantum TV DVR and its development. For more information on the new Verizon FIOS Media Server jump over to the Verizon website for details.Filed Under: Technology News, Top News