Arris will be showcasing its DOCSIS 3.0, on-demand, access, IP video transport and assurance offerings at this month’s Canitec Conference in Monterrey, Mexico.

The conference and exhibition will take place April 28-30, and Arris will also have two of its employees speaking at the event.

Arris will display its “Three Screens On Demand” content platform, in conjunction with a third-party open user guide, that allows customers to get all of their entertainment and information from their device of choice – TV, computer or handheld wireless device.

The company will also showcase its wideband high-speed data platform, consisting of the C4 and C4c CMTSs with Touchstone multi-line DOCSIS 3.0 data and voice modems, as well as its Network and Remote Workforce management offerings.

Additionally, Arris’ access and transport platforms will be on display, including the CHP Headend Platform, CorWave and CorWave II multi-wavelength transmitters, fiber solutions including RFoG and EPON, and Opti Max optical nodes.

For customers interested in advanced IP video and transport solutions, the EGT line of encoders and the D5 Universal Edge QAM will be available.

Conducting workshops during Canitec are Arris CTO Ken Wright and senior director of sales engineering Patricio Latini.

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