The imminent need for cable system operators to implement IP technologies that can drive new services, optimize efficiency and improve the consumer experience will be a key area of focus at the 2010 edition of SCTE Cable-Tec Expo October 20-22 in New Orleans, says the Society of Cable Telecommunications Engineers (SCTE).

Presentations on the technical and business implications of holistic content delivery networks, DOCSIS 3.0, Home Networking and IP Video will be offered during the three-day event, according to the list of Cable-Tec Expo Workshops announced today.  The workshops include: 

  • “Holistic CDNs: Expanding the Library and Devices Served;”
  • “IP Video Migration and Architecture;”
  • “Taking DOCSIS 3.0 Back to the Future:Optimizing Whole-Home Networking and Migrating to Higher-Speed Upstream;” and
  • “Understanding, Installing and Troubleshooting In-Home MoCA, WiFi, and IP Networks.”

In addition, SCTE Cable-Tec Expo 2010 workshops also will address such varied issues as 3D Video; Upstream Channel Bonding; Service Quality Measurement, Monitoring and Management; Adaptive Streaming; Extension of Ethernet Services; Energy Management; and BSS and OSS for Business Services.

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