Cablevision's network DVR, which stores content remotely but has faced legal battles from the entertainment industry since 2006
, is finally starting to see some meaningful deployment. Speaking on their earnings call last week, Cablevision stated that the offering is now available to the "vast majority
" of the company's New York, Connecticut and New Jersey core footprint. The $10.95-per-month remote storage option provides users enough space for 24 hours of HD content or 100 hours of SD content. Cablevision says the system currently supports 10 million recordings and more than 3 million playbacks per week.Update
: Some of our readers say Cablevision's being very generous with their definition of the phrase "vast majority," since some are being told nobody in New Jersey can currently get the service.