Cisco@SCTE Expo 2013: Seven Papers and a Breakfast
It wouldn’t be an SCTE Cable-Tec Expo without a stellar lineup of technical papers and workshops – even better because each one happens twice, to alleviate trade show schedules. This year’s program features seven papers and presentations by my engineering colleagues, and a breakfast. Food first: Please join us at 6:30A on Tuesday for a […]
What’s New With Cisco, CPE, & RDK, You Ask?
By Joe Chow, VP/GM, Cisco Connected Devices BU Part of the tech-buzz at this week’s Cable Show, in Washington, will be about customer premises equipment – set-tops, cable modems, gateways. Of the CPE buzz, half of it will be about “RDK,” and the other half about how to divvy up what functions live in the […]
A Cisco CCAP Update for Cable Show 2013: Helping Cable Operators Double Down… and Quadruple Up!
Three years ago, when I blogged about the Cable Converged Access Platform (CCAP), current events involved whether it would be called “CMAP,” “CESAR,” or something else entirely. (So much clearer in hindsight!) Last year, when I blogged about CCAP at The Cable Show, current events centered on phasing, and how to prepare plant and infrastructure […]
Catching Up with Cisco’s John Chapman at Cable Congress 2013 This Week
John Chapman, Engineering Fellow and CTO of Cisco System’s Cable Access Business Unit, is a pioneer in broadband communications, having helped to define and write the original DOCSIS (Data Over Cable Service Specification) spec — which spawned the cable modem marketplace, and, consequently, the broadband explosion we’re living in right now. He’s currently leading the […]
And the (Two!) Technology & Engineering Emmys Go To….
By Jeff Seebeck, VP/GM, Video Control Plane Business Unit,Cisco …Cisco! As you can imagine, this super-charged our annual trek to Las Vegas for the International CES show, which serves as host for the fanciest-ever black tie event for tech people. (It even had a tech host – David Pogue, himself an Emmy award winning tech […]
Streaming Is Going Mainstream: The Upward Arc of Online Video, Driven By Consumers
Only a short time ago, consumers had limited choices for accessing professional video content. Today, a smorgasbord of options continues to multiply—from premium cable and DVDs, to online choices such as Apple, Netflix, and Hulu. Hardware options are equally dizzying, as traditional TV gives way to PCs, smartphones, and tablets. As portable devices meet the […]
Who enables over 50% of all digital cable homes in India to watch TV? We do.
By Jayant Changrani, Country Head and General Manager – India, NDS, now part of Cisco As we near the end of the calendar year, the last part of which as a newly acquired Cisco company, we’ve reached yet another milestone in India. At the end of 2011, NDS celebrated that its solutions were enabling digital […]