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The Cable Show 2010: New Product Recap

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5/17/2010
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As you can see in this video, there was a lot going on at The Cable Show 2010, and you had to move fast to see all that the show floor had to offer:



Don't fret if you missed something. In this special feature, we look back at a selection of new telecom products and services announced during, or for, The Cable Show 2010 held on May 11-13 in Los Angeles. Products are classified for easy reference by the following very broad terms:

  • Carrier Transport – includes optical networking, ROADMs, Ethernet, wireless backhaul, and packet optical
  • Fixed Access – includes DSL, GPON, WDM-PON, and CPE
  • IP Applications – includes VoIP and IMS, and CPE/user-type software and applications
  • Telecom Software – includes OSS, BSS, SDPs, and policy control
  • Video Infrastructure – includes cable technology, IPTV, and home networking.
This special feature follows the same format as the New Product Recaps for previous months, and is additional to the scheduled May 2010 Recap, which will follow as usual. Please refer to those features for a full explanation on the classification choices and the overall aim of the new product alerts:



Unlike many of the old grumps in our business, we welcome release announcements from vendors for consideration for inclusion in the next New Product Recap. Please email a copy of the release to editors@lightreading.com.

Here's a hyperlinked contents list:

— Tim Hills is a freelance telecommunications writer and journalist. He's a regular author of Light Reading reports.

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