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History has repeatedly proven that large industries transition from vertical integration to best-in-class horizontal segmentation as the urgent business need for innovation outstrips the ability/intent of the incumbents to deliver. The networking industry is in exactly such situation, but it lags the compute and, to a large extent, the storage tiers in terms of this transition. Network operations teams are hampered by inflexible, proprietary systems that are expensive to build, operate, and manage. This model does not fit well into today’s digital business expectations of a more agile and innovation-friendly smart infrastructure.

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SCTE LiveLearning for Professionals Webinar Series: Converging Wireline and Wireless Networks

October 20, 2022 | 11:00 AM ET

With the help of 5G mobile technology, fixed-wireless access (FWA) is rapidly emerging as a promising new platform for delivering broadband service to areas that can't be reached cost-effectively by copper, coax or fiber, as well as providing the backbone for 5G service. But combining wired and wireless networks and stacks to achieve true fixed-mobile convergence (FMC) is much more easily said than done.
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SCTE LiveLearning for Professionals Webinar Series: Lowering Latency Levels

November 17, 2022 | 11:00 AM ET

With work-from-home collaboration tools emerging as critical during the pandemic and consumers increasingly using bandwidth-eating applications like video conferencing and multi-player online gaming, cable operators and vendors are looking to lower network latency levels to improve the quality-of-experience (QoE) for subscribers. As a result, cable technologists are now working hard on ways to do just that.
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Working With 5G and Wi-Fi 6

May 19, 2022 | 11:00 AM ET

Now that both 5G and Wi-Fi 6 are rolling out across the planet, cable operators have promising opportunities to use these two next-gen wireless technologies to broaden their reach and expand their service offerings. But both new wireless technologies present new technical, operational and competitive obstacles for operators and vendors accustomed to working in a wireline environment.In this session, we will delve into those opportunities and obstacles and see how operators and vendors are working to incorporate 5G and Wi-Fi 6 into the cable HFC architecture and turn the two wireless platforms into the industry's latest gold mine.
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SCTE LiveLearning for Professionals Webinar Series: Closing the Rural Digital Divide

August 18, 2022 | 11:00 AM ET

With the US government now doling out $9.2 billion from the new Rural Digital Opportunity Fund (RDOF) to spur broadband deployment in rural areas and much more aid likely on the way from President Biden's infrastructure bill, service providers of all kinds are now angling for a share of the large funding pie.
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Spotlight

History has repeatedly proven that large industries transition from vertical integration to best-in-class horizontal segmentation as the urgent business need for innovation outstrips the ability/intent of the incumbents to deliver. The networking industry is in exactly such situation, but it lags the compute and, to a large extent, the storage tiers in terms of this transition. Network operations teams are hampered by inflexible, proprietary systems that are expensive to build, operate, and manage. This model does not fit well into today’s digital business expectations of a more agile and innovation-friendly smart infrastructure.

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