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Box

The actual physical location at a brokerage house or bank where securities or other documents are stored for safekeeping. Alternatively, a quotation machine or battery march. Also known as 'the cage.'

Box

The physical location where a brokerage keeps securities being held as collateral on loans. Boxes are used for collateral on margin accounts and other transactions. A box is also called an open box. See also: Free box.

box

The physical location in which brokerage firms and banks place securities for safekeeping. See also free box, open box.
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At SCTE, Pace will demonstrate this solution using its flagship Tahoe Dual Tuner HD DVR set-top box.
The advanced set-top box will be able to offer a completely integrated digital home experience, including seamless integration with the built-in Digital Video Recorder (DVR) to allow sharing of external media content, such as Internet radio and podcasts, with any "networked" device in the home.
Pace's Tahoe set-top box solution sets a new standard in simplicity, usability and true whole-house content sharing," said Paul Arling, chairman and chief executive officer at Universal Electronics.
A demonstration of the new Pace Tahoe set-top box with MyChannel can be experienced at the Pace Micro Booth #1372 and UEI's Booth #1241 during SCTE's Cable-Tec Expo at the Colorado Convention Center June 21-23.
A highly advanced high definition DVR for North America, Tahoe has been fully integrated with the latest generation of set-top box EPG and VOD applications.
It is a richly featured set-top box that includes advanced connectivity and DOCSIS/DSG.
The Daytona offers a sensible HD set-top box alternative for Motorola-type networks.
This all digital HD set-top box is Pace America's newest family member.
Our second-generation set-top box is an essential technical milestone in offering consumers more choice, developing new revenue streams for our broadcast partners, and sustaining our long-term competitive advantage," said Steve Lindsley, Chief Executive Officer of USDTV.
USDTV will be releasing its second-generation set-top box in two phases, the first of which will begin shipping to customers in the fall of 2006.
In early 2007 the Company will release an enhanced version of the set-top box incorporating a 250-gigabyte hard drive, which will support a variety of storage based and in-home networking services.