Broadband Briefs for 1/28/10

Thu, 01/28/2010 - 7:00am

SCTE names Young Canadian Engineering Professional of the Year
By CED staff

The Society of Cable Telecommunications Engineers has named Sandip Singh of Rogers Communications as the 2010 honoree of the Young Canadian Engineering Professional of the Year Award.

The second-annual award, sponsored by Aurora Networks, recognizes outstanding technical achievements and contributions made to the advancement of the cable telecommunications industry by a young Canadian engineering professional.

Singh, 30, of Brampton, Ontario, is a digital architect with Rogers. While at Rogers, he has been responsible for developing architectural solutions for SDV, tru2way, VOD, IPTV, home networking and software applications. He is also credited with designing and overseeing the implementation of large-scale projects. He began his career with Nortel in 1999.

Singh will be formally presented with the award at the SCTE Canadian Summit 2010, which is set for March 9-10 in Toronto.

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