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Introducing… the world’s largest DVR (& TV search engine)

April 8th, 2010 by Zack Price

(First time visitors: Welcome to SnapStream! We make TV search software used by organizations like the U.S. Senate and The Soup (on E!) to search inside TV shows. And it’s not too expensive, starting at $2,000. What’s TV search, you ask? Watch this YouTube video or visit our website to learn more.)

50 Screens With DVR Server

If you’ve read any of our previous articles on our monster DVR systems, you know we have a knack for throwing together skunkworks DVRs that can record a lot of TV. In the past, these have been done in the wee hours of the morning with parts we’ve scavenged from other systems.

50 Channel Recording Guide

Yup! This is what it looks like when you record 50 channels at once… (click to see it up close)

But… what would happen if we set out to make the World’s Largest DVR? And not from scrap parts, but with shiny new hardware and a real (gasp) budget?  And while we’re at it, let’s not just go from 12 tuners to 13. Let’s blow the doors off of television recording. Putting on my infomercial voice here, we’re not doing 10, not 20, not 35, but 50…. Yes, FIFTY (50) TV channels at once. :-) And while we’re at it, let’s make a storage system to sit behind it that lets you keep all of those shows. Forever. Well, forever as long as you’re willing to buy the drives to plug into the system. In total, the storage capacity is equivalent to 326 TiVo Premier boxes. But that might take up a little more space than our rack has, though.

Well, for the past little while we’ve been working on adding clustering capabilities to our TV recording and search software… technology that would enable us to go beyond the 10 TV tuners that we could put on a single PC motherboard.  After planting the seeds for this new architecture last year, we’ve been working hard on getting this new version of SnapStream completed.

Well, spring has sprung and that seed sprouted into a 25U half rack packed to the gills with the most monster of DVRs ever created.

And we can’t wait to introduce it at the National Association of Broadcasters (NAB) Show in Las Vegas next week (April 12-15).  If you’ll be there, come check it out in person! (we’ll be in the South Upper Hall in booth #2707)

Open Door 50 Channel TV Search Engine

The finished product… our 50 channel DVR + TV search engine. The largest in the world.

The juicy details:

5-Server Cluster

World’s largest DVR in the rack

TV Source: You plug it in with one simple coax cable feed from your local cable company.

In that regard, it’s pretty normal. Of course, do you know of other DVRs that need two 15amp power plugs and a 10GB Ethernet (or up to 8 bonded 1GB ports) uplink? :-)

Tuners and Storage: It has a grand total of 50 analog TV tuners recording to 125+TB of storage. (10 tuners and 18TB of storage per 3U chassis or 10 tuners and 30TB storage of 4U chassis).  As a demo, this system shows both of our 3U and 4U chassis sizes. Depending on the storage requirements, one could do all 4U or all 3U boxes.

Note: Due to the higher bitrates, if you were to do this with digital recording sources like QAM or ATSC, each server would only do 5 shows per box. You’d just need more boxes to get to 50 channels.

Clustering: The magic behind building a TV search engine like this one is our new clustering technology.  With this setup, one SnapStream node is designated as the master and other SnapStream nodes which can then be designated to performed a narrow or broad set of functions (see diagram at the left).  Then the “master” doles out work to be done to the various nodes it has at its disposal and balancing resources appropriately.  For example, when using the SnapStream Link software to playback shows, each Link Client will request (under the hood, of course) the video in question directly from the server that houses the video file to prevent any duplicate network traffic.

Networking: Because this is a “distributed” DVR, the networking between the nodes is important — this network meshes the nodes together, allowing them to talk to one another, use each others storage, etc.  The interconnect on this SnapStream Cluster is via an HP Procurve 2910 switch, with two 1GB copper Ethernet ports bonded via LACP per server.

IMG_1029

World’s largest DVR from behind

Storage allocation: Using drive pooling, all of the storage shows up as one giant video folder… all 102TB of it!  As a result of this, each system can record to either itself or other machines on the network as space allows.  Our software handles all the magic of distributing recordings across the various logical storage volumes.

TV Search: And, of course, this giant SnapStream DVR cluster can not only record shows, but it makes them all searchable as well, using our powerful TV search technology.  This is the same TV search technology that shows like The Soup (on E!) use to find their TV clips. With our clustering technology, there’s one unified search interface all the recordings. With the storage capacity on this SnapStream, this means the ability to search about 115,200 hours of recorded TV… or about 13 years worth of TV recordings!

And then it gets even cooler….

Distributed Transcoding: For the uninitiated, ShowSqueeze is our built-in transcoding feature — the feature that allows you to take recordings that are natively made in MPEG-2 and convert them automatically to H.264 or Windows Media.  In the older architecture, each server could only ShowSqueeze up to the limit of the local CPU.

Anyhow, being limited to the CPU on one computer won’t do for such a massive system, so in addition to scalable recordings and storage across nodes, we added scalable ShowSqueeze across nodes as well.

The base unit is a 1U dual-processor quad-core Nehalem Xeon server (8 physical, 8 logical cores) with a ton of ram.  On the price to performance curve in a 1U space, this box is theperfect choice.  It can do more than one ShowSqueeze from HD to HD h.264 in real time or can take eight analog shows at once and squeeze to an archival quality file.  Under the hood, we have all of the software knobs to turn and buttons to push so you can optimize the performance of the box to the task at hand.

Assuming one box isn’t enough, one could just add more SnapStream ShowSqueeze nodes.  As additional ShowSqueeze boxes come online, the master SnapStream node will dole out any available tasks to them.  And if a ShowSqueeze node is taken back offline and the master node automatically adjusts by moving ShowSqueeze tasks to the remaining nodes!

HD-SDI playout: To finish out our rack, we also threw in one of our HD-SDI playout nodes.  (Once again, one can add as many as needed for your workflow.)  For our traditional television customers like NBC, The Soup (E!), Current TV and MTV, being able to get SnapStream recorded shows to their HD-SDI video router is important.

Stats Quick View (Maximum Configuration):

Xeon Processors 8
2tb Hard Drives 68
Raw Space 136TB
Raid Storage 102TB
Total Storage 24×7 Recording* 115,200 hours = ~13 Years
Storage Per Tuner 96 Days

*Assuming a recording quality of 2mbit/s.

Help us name the World’s Largest DVR… and win an iPad:

We need a really cool name for this thing and we want your help!  And the winning submission will get an Apple iPad – 16GB + Apple’s iPad case/cover. Enter the contest here from April 9 to April 30.

And, as mentioned above, you can come see this thing live at the National Association of Broadcaster’s (NAB 2010) show in Las Vegas.  We’ll be showcasing it in the South Upper Hall, #SU2707.

And, finally, some more pics:

(see them all on Flickr here)

50 Channel DVR-search engine
Internal Hardware
Internal Hardware
Inserting tuner cards
2 Servers in the Making
Gearing up the DVR with memory and tuners
Lifting the Nodes in Place
Building the DVR Rack
5-Server Cluster
IMG_1029
50 Channel TV Search Engine

65 Responses to “Introducing… the world’s largest DVR (& TV search engine)”

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  8. Schneikey Says:

    SnapStream MONSTER DVR … I want one of these –> http://bit.ly/9hVU1j

  9. Lance Held Says:

    Drool. http://tvsearcher.snapstream.com/2010/04/introducing-the-worlds-largest-dvr-tv-search-engine/

  10. tomakins Says:

    And I don't wanna miss a thing… : http://tvsearcher.snapstream.com/2010/04/introducing-the-worlds-largest-dvr-tv-search-engine/

  11. Dave Drager Says:

    I can imagine the U.S. and other nation’s archives buying this to permanently store all television ever broadcasted. Very cool.

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  14. none Says:

    So this is what you have been working on instead of adding features or patching the consumer product you still sell? Thanks for helping your loyal customers that helped you get to a point to where you could make these enterprise products. Its been almost 2 years since you put out an update to your consumer product. Get on it. Don’t trust these people. They don’t care about anything except money!

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  16. Dustin Says:

    Call it the Couch Potato. A cluster is a ‘tater patch’.

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  18. Mike L Says:

    What about CableCard or True2Way? I have Verizon FiOS and need HD on channels that don’t come in OTA flavors. I am aware that the FCC called CableCard a blatant, writhing, utter sack of FAIL – However, some of us are stuck with it. Obviously this really isn’t for home consumption, but is a first in what could be turned into a true “Whole-Home” DVR system. Throw it in the basement with a couple CableCards and add in 16TB of storage and just run cat6 to each of your TV’s with a simple “receiver” a-la Moxi’s 3-tuner system with the Moxi Mate – just distributed and way cooler. Need more tuners and more space? Add another box at a price of $699.99 each. Really kill the CableCo DVR’s and TiVO’s Advertising-hungry-and-monthly-fee-charging-and-STILL-can’t-make-the-company-even-remotely-profitable ways.

    That’s just my $0.02 – if your interested in more just E-mail me. I do know what I am talking about and I am in need of work.

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  34. Neon Says:

    How about calling it the Panopticon 50?

  35. Brian Collins Says:

    The Couch Potato

  36. Michael Kilgore Says:

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  37. Cameron Says:

    As a comic reference, I like the Uatu Box. As a brand name, I like the Beholder Box.

  38. blogdude Says:

    I doubt that I will ever find enough interesting television to fill that.

  39. Yup Yup Says:

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  46. Rachel Eichenbaum Says:

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  51. Bob Says:

    I guess I just find it a bit insulting to gloat about this latest monster DVR while it has been almost a year since the last consumer level software release.

    Just my pissy opinion.

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  53. Ronnie Says:

    Yeah, how about making scalable ShowSqueeze available to us!!! ?

  54. Tom Says:

    “50 analog TV tuners”

    I thought cable companies were dumping analog in favor of digital.

  55. Arthur Gooding Says:

    I’m glad you guys are still around. Not seeing an upgrade since last June made me wonder. TV is making a transition into HD and I’m wondering when you guys are going to tackle that. I bought the Hauppauge HDPVR a few months ago, but it with BTV are not ready for prime time yet. Hope to see you guys back in action again soon with BTV5 HD.

  56. Rakesh Agrawal Says:

    That’s mostly true, but there are still analog outputs on the back of those digital cable receivers… and those aren’t going away anytime soon, because if they did, a LOT of people would have to replace their TVs. And in general, for our customers who are looking to monitor television, recording and doing everything in analog is easier. Most of these customers aren’t recording TV shows and then going back out to air with them– they are using the recordings for other purposes where having the very highest quality isn’t the first priority.

  57. Rakesh Agrawal Says:

    Hi Arthur, thanks for the comment. Yup, we’re definitely still around but more focused on “enterprise” solutions than we are on our “consumer” product (ie Beyond TV). Tackling native HD recordings in the consumer space is different from tackling it in the enterprise space. In true television production organizations, it’s feasible for customers to build their own clear QAM “headends” (we wrote an article on how to do this here: http://tvsearcher.snapstream.com/2010/02/modulating-your-own-unencrypted-qam-aka-how-to-recordsearch-high-definition-tv/) and so that’s how we tackle this problem with our “enterprise” customers. Building such a QAM headend is usually cost prohibitive for consumers so I know that’s not a solution outside of our “enterprise” customers.

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  59. Robin Hardison Says:

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  60. Alan Jay Weiner Says:

    Sorry, but this is rather disappointing. You have a phenomenal consumer product that you’ve just let wither and die. I’m sure it was a support headache, but you have (or had) a hard-core user base you could have tapped. How about hiring a few of them on a contract basis? I suspect you could have gotten a lot of the highly-requested features implemented and tested by users. I wish you well, but I really wish you had continued BeyondTV. The biggest single feature I wanted was (is) closed captioning. You obviously have it worked out for your enterprise product, so you know how to do it. (maybe with a limited hardware base; fine, so be it.) I would have happily purchased BTV 5.0 if it had that single feature – a one-button closed-caption on/off. Alas, your support for closed captioning states “We do not currently have definite plans to support closed captioning, though it is a popular feature request.” How sad. Good luck with your 50-channel DVR; I’m sure it will generate lots of buzz. I hope that turns into sales. I truly wish a bit of that engineering talent had stayed with BeyondTV.

  61. Nile Says:

    Analog is dead. CableCard & True2Way have ruined the DVR landscape for everything but a pitiful few clear QAM transmissions. The content providers lock the content in their boxes with encryption keys and charge you rent on the box. Until we have additional options for viewing that content that aren’t controlled or made unworkable by the content provider…it’s game over. You either play their game or walk away.

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