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Up Ahead

Sept 22: Cablefax’s FAXIES Awards Celebration, Also Honoring the Cablefax 100, Top Ops and Work Culure List

Sept 29-Oct 1: NCTC and ACA Connects’ Independent Show

Oct 5: WICT Leadership Conference

Oct 6-9: NAMIC’s 34th Annual Conference


➢ The time it takes to get engineers onsite (52% in the US), inadequate network monitoring (41%) and a lack of in-house skill (40%) are among the biggest challenges organizations face in resolving network outages quickly.

➢ Other priorities include diagnosing issues quickly (40%), informing customers (16%) and putting in place measures to prevent it from happening again (16%).

➢ More than half of orgs surveyed have not implemented a preventative maintenance program to minimize downtime.
(Source: Opengear)


“We’re probably in the middle innings of a nine inning game right now of understanding COVID’s impact to theatrical. we’ve got a few more to play out, and I don’t think we’ll know exactly how it plays out until we’re ‘back to normal,’ where people are moving around in society without fear of risk and that means the concentration of the number of people getting into a building. I’m proud of the team trying a couple of different models. I think what we know is that the theatrical or the feature business will be one that probably has a variety of different forms of distribution moving forward.”

– AT&T CEO John Stankey speaking at Goldman Sachs Communicopia Conference

The Daily


FCC Tees Up 5.9GHz Rules

Cable is celebrating the FCC ’s plans to vote at its November meeting on a proposal to open up the 5.9GHz band for unlicensed uses, like WiFi. FCC chmn Ajit Pai circulated new rules that would make the lower

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