The Society of Cable Telecommunications Engineers is seeking nominations for its SCTE Canadian Engineering Professional of the Year Award that will be presented at the SCTE Canadian Summit 2012 in March in Toronto.
The award honors outstanding technical achievements and contributions made to the advancement of the cable telecommunications industry by a Canadian engineering professional who is a member of SCTE. This year’s winner was Brent Innes, senior network planner for Rogers Communications.
The award is sponsored by Aurora Networks with the support of the SCTE and media partner Cartt.ca.
Details of the award and online nomination materials are available on the SCTE’s website. The deadline for nominations is Jan. 27.
“The Canadian engineering community has been notable for innovative approaches and willingness to drive deployment of new services,” said Tony Faccia, vice president of wireline access networks for Rogers Communications and program chair for SCTE Canadian Summit 2012. “We’re grateful to Aurora Networks and Cartt.ca for their help in highlighting the accomplishments of engineering and operations professionals from large and small operators throughout Canada.”
The winner of the SCTE Canadian Engineering Professional of the Year Award will receive complimentary registration to SCTE Canadian Summit 2012, as well as a complimentary one-night hotel stay. The recipient will be recognized and presented with the award during a luncheon at the conference and also will be honored by SCTE in various industry promotions.