startover

startover

[′stär‚dō·vər]
(computer science)
Program function that causes a computer that is not active to become active.
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"We are glad to offer our products in this fully integrated cloud-based eco-system to enable new services such as TimeshiftTV, Startover, ReverseEPG, nDVR both for IPTV and multiscreen," said Damien Lucas, CTO and co-founder of Anevia.
"cDVR is usually one of the top three services their viewers use when consuming TV delivered over an IP network--along with Startover TV and VOD," he says.
In addition to live simulcast and VOD applications, the Origin Server also enables 'Start Over', 'Catch Up' and 'nPVR' applications.The Origin enables live TV, video on demand, catchup, Startover and nPVR applications.
S: dA1 May I please press 'Startover' (referring to game on IWB) Teacher: A2 Okay press Startover for me S: Al NV (pressing the screen) Speakers delay the completion of the exchange in a range of ways.
Marcel is inexperienced and this will be only his fourth startover fences.
GoBackTV's RetroVue suite of products enables operators, hotels, and hospitals to cost-effectively support a wealth of stream-based personal-TV applications, including IPTV over cable, middleware, switched broadcast, time-shifting, VoD, Startover, Lookback, and network DVR.
GoBackTV's RetroVue suite of products enables operators to cost-effectively support a wealth of stream-based personal-TV applications, including IPTV over cable, switched broadcast, time shifting, VoD, Startover, Lookback, and network DVR.