5 vendors to take part in SCTE Canadian Summit’s Innovation Showcase

Thu, 02/18/2010 - 7:20am
Mike Robuck

Attendees at next month’s SCTE Canadian Summit will get to vote for the most promising technology or product during the Summit’s first Innovation Showcase.

While the SCTE Canadian Summit enters its second year, the first Innovation Showcase will be March 9 in Toronto.

Arris, Kindsight, Motorola, Sandvine and Vecima Networks will demonstrate new approaches in a variety of technology areas, ranging from content management and bandwidth-usage management to bandwidth reclamation and identity theft.

Using mobile text messaging, Canadian Summit attendees will be able to vote for one of the five solutions as the “Most Likely Technology to Succeed.”  The winner will be announced during the March 9 lunch program.

“SCTE conferences play a critical role in introducing and showcasing the new products and solutions that will shape the future of the cable industry,” said Steve Irvine, vice president of technology for EastLink Cable Systems and contact for the Innovation Showcase. “We’ve introduced the Innovation Showcase to highlight the latest technologies that can help the operator community to manage costs, add functionality and improve the overall value of the services delivered to customers."

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