JUSTICE KETANJI BROWN JACKSON pic.twitter.com/Dqgztp8APZ
— White House Office of Public Engagement (@WhiteHouseOPE46) June 30, 2022
#PassingTheBaton w/@GRANTatACA at the #KCI @HiltonHotels where @ACAConnects was born in 1993. This random mtg here of smaller ops I attended then changed my life for 30 very blessed years, and I wish him, our Mbrs and Assn the very same! See you at #TIS22 in DisneyWorld! MMP pic.twitter.com/qFQzatQUlf
— Matthew M. Polka (@MATTatACA) June 28, 2022
CableLabs' annual BBQ was a success! We love seeing everyone back together and having fun💙 pic.twitter.com/UPFLOVT70z
— CableLabs (@CableLabs) June 21, 2022
(Source: International Data Corporation’s Quarterly Augmented and Virtual Reality Headset Tracker)
➢ Global shipments for virtual reality headsets jumped 241.6% during 1Q22 compared to 1Q21. Continued demand and easing supply helped drive the category forward.
➢ Meta captured 90% of the market with its Quest 2 device. Bytedance’s Pico earned a 4,5% share while DPVR, HTC and iQIYI rounded out the top 5 with less than 4% of the share combined.
➢ VR shipments for the year are expected to reach 13.9 million units, up 26.6%.
July 24-27: NCTC and ACA Connects’ Independent Show; Orlando
August 9-11: C2HR CON 2022, Virtual
August 23: Fiber Broadband Association Copper Mountain Regional Fiber Connect; Frisco, Colorado
September 19-22: SCTE Cable-Tec Expo 2022; Philadelphia
“The most immediate thing we can do in the plan is to cut methane emissions, leaks and wasted and flared methane, which is a productive hydrocarbon. And it’s one we’re just tossing into the air like it’s some kind of free and open sewer, If we acted on the recommendations that came out of the most recent accords, we could lower global warming by four degrees Celsius. The large oil companies have already pledged that they will put in place better and more effective caps and controls on their wells. One of the most important developments that will happen later this year is a project called Climate TRACE, where 50 nonprofits are coming together to pool in near real time their data on emissions around the world. Think of Google Earth, a kind of map that you can track the carbon, carbon emissions specifically focused on methane as a first and most potent gas.” – Kleiner Perkins Partner John Doerr on CNBC’s “Squawk Box” discussing federal opportunities to cut inflation