Originally Posted by occasio
Only on Cisco. The software is only licensed on the Cisco boxes as they were the developers. They bought the company that develops our guides a few years back. That in my mind is when some of the transition started to using Cisco across the board.
I am not a fan of the software. Visually it is very good. The number of options is good. The problems (IMO) are that it is very slow when changing channels, I often get the "not available" message; it is inconsistent, and requires too many key strokes. The slowness may be attributed to Cox's equipment or network, but the other problems are simpley a matter of less than excellent software engineering. I hope that they will improve it.