According to the Society of Cable Telecommunications Engineers (SCTE), more than a dozen companies are expected to showcase products and solutions that are designed to improve cable operators’ bottom lines and subscriber experiences in the Green and Networked Home Pavilions at SCTE Cable-Tec Expo, October 20-22, in New Orleans.

During the three day conference, exhibitors at the Green Pavilion will demonstrate solutions that address a variety of sustainability-related needs, including: alternative and renewable powering; backup powering; power efficiency; power reduction; recycling and recovery; and travel reduction.

The Networked Home Pavilion will include a display of gateway and interactive products that will enable operators to significantly enhance the consumer experience.

Exhibitors in the Green Pavilion are scheduled to include: 4CableTV; Alpha Technologies, Inc.; Aurora Networks; Cisco; Colt Recycling; CommScope; Electronic Recycling & Trading; Eltek Valere; ROUSH; and Safecom Ltd.  Networked Home Pavilion exhibitors include: Advanced Digital Broadcast; Alcatel-Lucent; Hitachi; NDS; SMC Networks; Tellabs; and Vidiom Systems. SCTE debuted the Green Pavilion at SCTE Cable-Tec Expo 2009, as the first step in the cable industry’s focus on sustainability management.

The Networked Home Pavilion is part of an SCTE Cable-Tec Expo 2010 focus on meeting the needs of the “digital consumer.”

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