According to CableLabs and the National Cable & Telecommunications Association, you can’t go to The Cable Show (next week in Chicago’s McCormick Place) without taking a spin around the futuristic CableNET part of the exhibit floor that showcases emerging technologies that definitely will influence the next generation of voice, video and data.

Monday June 13, CT Reports subscribers will be receiving a different take on their daily industry news. A special Cable Show preview in PDF form, “CableNET 2011: The Future of Video Today – Taking Interactive Video and TV Everywhere A Step Forward,” will give readers some insight into the companies exhibiting in the CableNET area along with their takes on where service providers and vendors alike are heading.

Notes Marty Roberts, vice president/sales and marketing at thePlatform, “CableNET provides an opportunity to view new technologies that have the potential to change the way that TV services are being delivered and presented.”

Adds Steve Christian, vice president/marketing at Verimatrix, “This is our first time exhibiting at CableNET, and we are looking forward to the buzz surrounding the show.”

On Tuesday June 14, CT Reports will return to its normal e-letter format.

(Editor’s note: If you are attending The Cable Show and have not registered for our FREE Tech Breakfast on June 16, click here TODAY to reserve your place!)

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