Diversity is the necessary first step to get more people a seat at the table, but inclusion is how organizations ensure that all people at the table are heard.
Speeds are increasing, network functions such as subscriber management, security and load balancing are being virtualized, and more services, including those addressing SmartHome and Smart Cities, are being overlaid onto the network. Consider the human factor in this complexity equation.
The United States and the Netherlands were not the only ones duking it out for victory during the FIFA Women’s World Cup final match July 7
By Chris Bastian SVP, Engineering and CTO for SCTE•ISBE Following up on my CableFax 5G article in February, I’d like to expand on the opportunities that cable operators have to offer backhaul and fronthaul connectivity (known collectively as x-haul) to wireless operators. Let’s first start with an overview of the cellular architecture that the cable […]
Technology advancements have been known to lead some impactful changes in the content business. In the past, the forward momentum of new, initially expensive consumer-focused technologies has been slow, with some steady resistance and reluctance to adopt a new standard in the distribution and content sectors.
Participating in the Cable Center’s Intrapreneurship Academy—called “IA”—was an enlightening experience for me.