SCTE Canadian Summit 2014

SCTE CS2014 WebinarSeries Logo VertThe SCTE Canadian Summit Webinar Series continued to provide invaluable technical content and in-depth knowledge of emerging technical information. SCTE members may view the archived recordings for free. A nominal fee of $29 will be required for non-members. Non-members may view the archived recordings by becoming an SCTE member today.



The SCTE Canadian Summit Webinar Series is sponsored by:

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Huawei



SCTE Canadian Summit Webinar Schedule:
 

June 10, 2014
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Seamless Evolution to an All-Digital Network
HuaweiSponsored by Huawei
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End-user demand for higher bandwidth, growth of commercial services deployments, and increased competition are pushing traditional MSOs to evaluate and embrace FTTx technologies. Fiber is the obvious choice for new builds; however, the deployment is often hampered by existing technologies and operations. In this webinar, we will examine the motivations, considerations, and evolutionary solutions that will enable an elegant migration to an all-fiber network. We will explore the current state of PON technologies, new distributed architectures, and tradeoffs in evolution of the HFC plant. The demands for bandwidth, services, innovation, and reducing costs are reaching a crescendo. Join us to examine how to meet these demands by gracefully evolving to an all-fiber network.

Presenter: Robert Lamarche, Senior Solutions Manager, Huawei Technologies Canada

     
June 24
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Migration Paths to Full CCAP Functionality
Arris Logo ColorSponsored by ARRIS
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Given the advent of new distributed architectures like Remote PHY and Remote CCAP this webinar will cover how traditional CCAP systems might evolve over the next decade to meet current and future capacity needs.

Presenter: John Ulm, Fellow of Technical Staff, ARRIS