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SCTE, CableLabs Partner on Symposium

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EXTON, Pa. -- In-depth education on wireless services and DOCSIS 3.1—two cornerstone services that are defining the future of cable—will be on the agenda when the Society of Cable Telecommunications Engineers (SCTE) and CableLabs collaborate to present a Wireless and DOCSIS 3.1 Pre-Conference Symposium on Monday, Sept. 22, in conjunction with SCTE Cable-Tec Expo.

The full-day symposium will bring together subject-matter experts to explain the current status of the two technologies, their potential impact on operators’ service bundles and their ability to improve customer experiences. In addition, the symposium will discuss in detail the technical requirements and engineering techniques that are needed to ensure seamless, successful deployments.

Scheduled from 9:00 AM until 4:30 PM at Denver’s Colorado Convention Center, the symposium will feature four sessions each on wireless and DOCSIS 3.1. Morning sessions will address Carrier Grade Wi-Fi; Wi-Fi Analytics, Cloud and Radio Resource Management; Community Wi-Fi; and Wi-Fi Antenna Design and Surveying. The four afternoon DOCSIS 3.1 sessions will include: Current Status and Schedule; Bandwidth Opportunities; DOCSIS 3.1 Profiles—Customizing Bandwidth; and Operational Integration and Proactive Network Maintenance. Speakers for the symposium will be announced in the near future. More details, including pricing and registration information, are at http://expo.scte.org/workshops-and-events/pre-conference-symposium. The pre-conference symposium is sponsored by Amdocs.

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