As we roll into the third day of the NCTA Cable Show 2013, we ponder on what we have learned about X2 and the race to put stuff in the cloud, about high school football in Florida, about CCAP technology, and about life in general. Actually, not so much about life in general.
Day 1 Featured technology disruptors who weren't so much disruptive as impatient -- if not...
We're in Washington D.C., for the 2013 NCTA Cable Show. Eight of 10 buildings surrounding the...
Many cable operators are exploring their next generation solutions looking toward a complete...
TV viewing is no longer a linear “one size fits all” channel surfing experience – 500 channels and still nothing on. TV is merging with internet and social media to evolve into a personalized experience involving multiple interacting screens.
Many operators have launched the first phase of multi-screen services, but extending the full experience of traditional broadcast TV (national, local and PEG channels) to multi-screen — at least doing it the right way — involves more than just streaming content.This webcast will look at many of the critical considerations for merging traditional and multi-screen video and audio services. We will also highlight a recent Dolby Digital Plus implementation in a combined broadcast and multi-screen environment using Dolby and Envivio technologies.
In today’s competitive pay-TV environment, consumers demand personalized multi-screen experiences inside and outside the home. To meet this demand, service providers know they must act quickly. Yet many have delayed launching TV Everywhere services.
Building a compelling, easy-to-use multi-screen service is a difficult endeavor. It requires the time and expertise to evaluate different network configurations, choose network equipment, integrate disparate systems, and determine how to make money on the resulting infrastructure. That’s all very resource- and capital-intensive.
CED contributor Stewart Schley interviews Barry Zipp, industry marketing director at Ciena, which had a race car on hand to demonstrate the need for speed with service delivery, agility and assurance at this year's SCTE Cable-Tec Expo 2012 in Orlando.
CED contributor Stewart Schley interviews Steve Davi, CTO at SeaChange International, and talks about the company's "third wave" of a dramatic transformation, "the third seachange at SeaChange," at this year's SCTE Cable-Tec Expo 2012 in Orlando.
CED contributor Stewart Schley interviews Cyrille Morelle, CEO of VeEx, and discusses the company's role in the business services market, and how customers are looking for service-level agreements (SLAs), at this year's SCTE Cable-Tec Expo 2012 in Orlando.
CED contributor Stewart Schley interviews Bryan Blunt, director of product development at Amphenol Times Fiber, at this year's SCTE Cable-Tec Expo 2012 in Orlando. The company had an oxygen bar at the show, to show that oxygen is good for the body but not for the cable plant, but Times Fiber can help with that.
CED Editor-in-Chief Brian Santo talks with Society of Cable Telecommunications Engineers President and CEO Mark Dzuban about the new and exciting things happening at the organization that hosted SCTE Cable-Tec Expo 2012 in Orlando.
CED Editor-in-Chief Brian Santo gives his thoughts on the final day of the SCTE Cable-Tec Expo 2012, held at the Orange County Convention Center. Stay tuned for Live From the Show videos live from Cable-Tec Expo in Orlando from CED magazine.
Join CED Senior Editor Mike Robuck as he interviews leaders of the international cable community to learn how they have successfully deployed large-scale Hybrid IP video in multiple markets. Gain an understanding of how they have created a unique design with pre-integration to enable customization and quick time to market.
CED Editor-in-Chief Brian Santo talks about the events from the second day of Cable-Tec Expo 2012, including the first details about the new DOCSIS 3.1 specification. Stay tuned for Live From the Show videos live from Cable-Tec Expo in Orlando from CED magazine.
CED Editor-in-Chief Brian Santo talks about the events of the first day of Cable-Tec Expo 2012, including the "Women in Technology Panel" and the return of the Stirling engine. Stay tuned for more video news from the editors of CED magazine.
Editor-in-Chief Brian Santo and Senior Editor Mike Robuck discuss what they saw on the day before the show of Cable-Tec Expo 2012 and what attendees should check out in the days ahead. Stay tuned for more video news from the editors of CED magazine.