Cedar Point is demonstrating advanced SIP-based telephony features and a "first look" at its IMS strategy. — Motorola announced "Cable Canopy"-a suite of products designed to let cable operators leverage the Motorola "MOTOwi4 Canopy" wireless broadband solution to extend their existing networks. It’s being showcased at the BizNet Pavillion. — BigBand announced operation of channel bonding on the BigBand Modular CMTS solution. This channel bonding implementation is based on the developing CableLabs DOCSIS 3.0 standard. — Scientific Atlanta is highlighting upcoming opportunities for cable providers, from managing set-top DVR settings via a mobile phone or laptop, to streaming stored music, photos, videos and games from a PC to a DVR set-top for television listening, viewing and playing. Additionally, show-goers will see S-A’s latest DVR set-top with built-in DVD recorder/player, Multi-Room DVR set-top, Next Generation Network Architecture Solutions and high-speed data, voice and wireless gateways. — C-COR’s "Opti Max4100" 1GHz segmentable node has reached a milestone of 1 million homes passed during the product’s first year on the market, based on a 500 home per node minimum serving area. — ARRIS and Resolute Networks announced the general availability of the ARRIS "Touchstone" Commercial Services Modem 470 T-1/E-1 MTA. The solution is based on ARRIS’ DOCSIS technology implementation and Resolute’s standards-compliant CES technology. This solution was developed based on a grant from the BIRD Foundation. — RGB Networks’ Simulcast Edge Processor (SEP) has been successfully tested with encoding and Emergency Alert System products for deployment in digital simulcast applications. Equipment that has passed interoperability testing includes encoders from EGT and TANDBERG Television, as well as digital EAS products from Monroe Electronics, Trilithic and Triveni Digital.