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December 2, 2019

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What Are S-Parameters and Other Hot Cable Network Topics

Read all about hot cable network topics, from DAA and 10G, to Cloud and Scalability.

September 25, 2019

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16 Cable Industry Terms You Need to Know to Get Ready for Cable-Tec 2019

SCTE’s Cable-Tec Expo 2019 is just around the corner (September 30-October 3 in New Orleans). Plan on a busy week given the wide range of technology on display.

September 5, 2019

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Five Trivia Questions to Celebrate SCTE’s 50th Anniversary

In honor of the SCTE·ISBE 50th anniversary, I thought I’d take a look back at some of the organization’s achievements and share a little trivia.

November 28, 2018

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Discussion between Morgan Bondon and Andy Smith on Cable Business Services

I discussed the future of cable services with Andy Smith, Chief Architect for Cable at Cisco, during the Light Reading Future of Cable Business Services conference in New York.

October 18, 2018

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Celebrating Ron Hranac’s 46 Years in the Cable Industry!

Please join me in congratulating Ron Hranac on his 46 years of contributions to the cable industry.

Increasing Bandwidth Demand and Hybrid Fiber-Coax Networks

Global IP traffic will increase nearly threefold over the next 5 years. This means that the need for bandwidth is already growing beyond current capabilities. Why?

When Satellite Video Providers Met OTT

The pay TV landscape is changing. The pace of the change, how it’s shaping the industry and understanding how TV operators are reacting to it are making things really interesting.

A World’s First at ANGA COM 2017: 96 MHz Symmetrical Full Duplex Broadband Capacity (No Really)

In 2012, we celebrated the 15-year birthday of DOCSIS. Now at age 20, we are excited to share one of the biggest developments since the original DOCSIS 1.0 specification.

Finding a Way Out of the Analog HFC Maze

Today, cable operators support a broad range of last-mile networks — fiber, PON, and Ethernet. However, with the current cable network infrastructure it can be more difficult to compete with fiber-only competitors.