Time Warner Cable has deployed nCUBE's Gigabit Ethernet transport solution to deliver VOD to more than 65,000 digital subscribers in the combined markets. The southwest division, which includes nine operational clusters across Texas, serves 500,000 customers. The service offers digital cable customers movies and other programming content with the ability to pause, rewind, fast-forward and play using their cable television remote control. The service is scheduled to launch early 2003. The El Paso and Corpus Christi systems are using nCUBE's Gigabit Ethernet transport solution for delivery of VOD. nCUBE's solution includes the n4x video server which provides cable operators unmatched storage and delivery capability, storing more than 200,000 hours of unique video content and serving up to 53,000 simultaneous streams. nCUBE powers VOD in eleven markets throughout the US with TWC. El Paso and Corpus Christi join New York City; Los Angeles; Green Bay and Milwaukee, Wisconsin; Memphis, Tennessee; Minneapolis, Minnesota; Jackson, Mississippi; and Liberty and Staten Island, New York.