3-D, EBIF, D3 to shine at CableNET 2010 in L.A.

Wed, 04/07/2010 - 8:25am
Mike Robuck

The latest, greatest and coolest technologies will once again be front and center at the CableNET section of next month’s The Cable Show in Los Angeles.

CableNET, which is co-sponsored by CableLabs and the National Cable & Telecommunications Association, will feature 3-D TV, EBIF, DOCSIS 3.0 and back office management technologies, as well as demonstrations, during The Cable Show ’10 in Los Angeles.

“CableNET 2010 continues its trend of hosting services and applications being developed today to enrich the consumer experience,” said Paul Liao, president and CEO of CableLabs.

Among the companies that are slated to demonstrate tru2way technology are Dreamer, RCDb and sofatronic. Demonstrations from Canoe Ventures, FourthWall Media, S&T, Softel-USA, Unisoft Corp. and Zodiac Interactive will be showcased in the EBIF Awareness Ecosystem, a focus area of CableNET.

Another highlight of CableNET this year will be advanced network management, featuring Applied Broadband, Maxxian, Mixed Signals, Pulse-Link, Secure Path Technology, Motorola, Sandvine and SupportSoft.

For a full rundown of CableNET demonstrations, check out CableLabs’ press release.

The Cable Show will take place May 11-13 at the Los Angeles Convention Center.

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