Conviva chief strategy officer Keith Zubchevich on the how the Internet remains a hostile environment for video, even as more video is traversing the open network, and on the technological approach Conviva devised for making the Internet safe for video.
Envivio vice president of strategy and corporate development at Envivio talks about ultra HD (...
Dave Sheffey vice president of sales at Napco Security Technologies discusses how broadband-...
CED's Stewart Schley talks with SCTE CEO Mark Dzuban about the cable industry's activities in power generation and disaster preparedness. Now that the cable industry has become a critical participant in disaster response, it has taken its mission of disaster preparation to a new level, including working through the SCTE to develop plans, tools, and technologies for energy generation and energy efficiency.
Ciena just completed a field trial with Comcast, in which it carried live traffic on a 16 QAM channel at 1 terabit per second (Tbps), transmitting data on a 1,000-kilometer path from Virginia to North Carolina, without having to regenerate the signal.
RGB Networks introduced a new service that enables its customers to develop and implement their own cloud-based services, relying on RGB expertise gained from providing products that include cloud-based nDVR and cloud-based multi-screen digital ad insertion.
All Systems Broadband COO Sean Fernandez talks with Stewart Schley about his company's transformation over the last few years to develop fiber optic component expertise. The company now has a broad product line, including a set of passive components, that can be installed in a modular fashion, and designed to be small in order to fit into increasingly crowded headends and cabinets.
VeEX president Cyrille Morelle speaks with Stewart Schley about his company's recent acquisition of Sunrise Telecom, and the introduction of a set of new products, including an OTDR that moves VeEX into the optical market. Filmed at Cable-Tec Expo.
Day 1 Featured technology disruptors who weren't so much disruptive as impatient -- if not actually impertinent, and some razzle dazzle from NCTA president Micheal Powell. Oh, and a surprise performance by Hammer (formerly MC Hammer). Can't touch that.
Rogers Business Solutions completed a point-of-presence (PoP) deployment within Cologix's new data center in downtown Toronto. Through its PoP, Rogers Business Solutions can now offer connectivity services on its network to enterprises and carrier organizations globally.
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.
Nate Williams of Motorola Mobility discusses the difficulties involved with making the connected home appear simple to use.
Tom Wirth, senior vice president of Nagra Americas, introduces the company's new Broadcast IP Gateway at The Cable Show in Boston.
OpenVault CEO Mark Trudeau talks about the value of real-time analytics for cable network management. Trudeau also discusses the application of the prepaid model in wireless broadband.
Edgeware CMO Duncan Potter discusses Edgeware's evolution from the server market to the market for distributed delivery networks. Potter also explains Edgeware’s partnership with SeaChange International that the company announced at The Cable Show.
TOA Technologies vice president Susan McLaughlin discusses how workforce management technologies can be used to improve scheduling installations and repairs, helping to improve customer service and customer relations.
See how SeaChange enables the world’s most exciting commercial multi-screen video services, fully integrating on-demand and linear television with iPads, PCs and smartphones.
Ciena, the network specialist, offers leading network infrastructure solutions, intelligent software and a comprehensive services practice.
Alpha Technologies, a member of The Alpha Group, provides the cable industry with the most reliable, technologically advanced and cost-effective powering solutions available.
EchoStar is a multiple Emmy Award-winning company that has pioneered advancements in the TV industry for nearly 30 years. Over the last three decades, EchoStar’s focus on video technology has been a major contributor to shifts in the way consumers view, receive and interact with TV content.
Fujitsu's cable-ready, carrier-grade optical and professional services solutions are helping MSOs across North America deliver video, data and telecom services over a single, high-speed network.
VeEx builds products that blend advanced technology and vast technical expertise with the discerning measurement needs of customers. VeEx's core expertise is embodied in an array of products that test DSL, metro Ethernet, cable TV and transport networks.
A wrap-up of the SCTE's Cable-Tec Expo 2011 from CED's Live From the Show interviewer and columnist Stewart Schley.
Juniper Networks is in the business of network innovation. From devices to data centers, from consumers to cloud providers, Juniper Networks delivers the software, silicon and systems that transform the experience and economics of networking. The company serves customers and partners worldwide, generating revenues exceeding $3 billion over the last year.
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