Spotlight

In anticipation of the rollout of 5G in Singapore next year, the question facing security teams today is: How can 5G-enabled networks be secured?As networks become ever more complex, so do the challenges, dangers and potential complications surrounding their security. The strategies of yesterday are simply not up to the task of accurately measuring today’s complex, high-speed networks. And without optimal network performance, the digital foundation of any agency may start to falter.Enter network visibility. It is a centralised approach to analysing the data that flows through your network – data which could be hiding a potential cyber threat. By its very nature, network visibility enables more robust cybersecurity infrastructure.

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SCTE LiveLearning for Professionals Webinar Series: Prepping Cable's Networks for 10G

July 21, 2022 | 11:00 AM ET

Facing the prospect of competition from 5G-enabled broadband services, the cable industry is ardently pursuing an ambitious 10G (as in 10 Gbps) initiative to develop its multi-gigabit broadband prowess over a mix of HFC, fiber and wireless networks. But, even with the release of CableLabs' new DOCSIS 4.0 spec last year, it's not clear that the industry is ready to make that next great leap to symmetrical 10 Gbps service.
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SCTE LiveLearning for Professionals Webinar Series: DAA Duo: Flexing Both MAC and PHY

March 17, 2022 | 11:00 AM ET

Following years of trials and tribulations, cable operators and vendors are increasingly rolling out distributed access architecture (DAA) technology to shift key functions and equipment from the cable headend to the HFC access network, thereby expanding the network's capacity to deliver new, more advanced services and operate more efficiently and effectively. Now, thanks to CableLabs' new Flexible MAC Architecture (FMA) spec, industry technologists can freely choose among Remote PHY, Remote MAC/PHY, virtual CMTS and other DAA variants to meet their customer needs.
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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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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

In anticipation of the rollout of 5G in Singapore next year, the question facing security teams today is: How can 5G-enabled networks be secured?As networks become ever more complex, so do the challenges, dangers and potential complications surrounding their security. The strategies of yesterday are simply not up to the task of accurately measuring today’s complex, high-speed networks. And without optimal network performance, the digital foundation of any agency may start to falter.Enter network visibility. It is a centralised approach to analysing the data that flows through your network – data which could be hiding a potential cyber threat. By its very nature, network visibility enables more robust cybersecurity infrastructure.

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