Tulix Systems, a provider of streaming solutions and CDN services, will begin offering its proprietary DVR functionality to its US customers with Google TV channels in July. The service will allow content owners and distributors to make the last 48 hours of their broadcast available to viewers on demand on any of the platforms that Tulix currently streams to, including web, iOS, Android, and Roku.
Tulix’s DVR software automatically stores programming in preset intervals and sorts it by time and date so viewers can watch video and audio content at their convenience.
DVR for live streams proved to be a highly popular feature after its release and has been adopted by a large number of customers since Tulix began offering it over a year ago. The company has invested a substantial amount of resources into enhancing the service by adding support for multiple bit rates and other features. Nino Doijashvili, Tulix System’s EVP, talked about the addition of Google TV as a supported device, stating: “Most companies advertise either their content delivery or their software development. What makes Tulix really unique as a streaming services provider is that we have a top-tier development team in addition to one of the fastest content delivery networks in the world. Our developers work around the clock to improve our services with new features and expand them to new platforms.”