Aurora Gets SCTE Canada Nod

Aurora Networks' "remote QAM" module voted "most likely to succeed" at SCTE Canadian Summit's Technology Challenge

March 27, 2012

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TORONTO -- The Society of Cable Telecommunications Engineers (SCTE) today announced that the “Remote QAM” module from Aurora Networks was named the “Technology Most Likely to Succeed” following the annual Technology Challenge at the SCTE Canadian Summit here.

The Aurora solution was one of five products and solutions demonstrated at the Technology Challenge this morning. All five have been designed to provide cable system operators and content providers with new solutions for managing and delivering content and services across multiple devices, as well as ensuring high levels of customer satisfaction. The winner was selected by SCTE Canadian Summit attendees using mobile text messaging.

Aurora Networks demonstrated how the node-based Remote QAM module can deliver any mix of services – including broadcast, narrowcast, cable, IPTV and DOCSISÒ -- in the same QAM channel, enabling operators to dynamically tailor services to local demands. This capability enables operators to tailor service migration and growth to needs and specifications. Further, cable operators can enjoy this dynamic flexibility while simultaneously reining in the complexity of their RF and optical infrastructure, controlling and reducing capital and operational expenses, managing the environmental footprint of their headends, and simplifying operations.

Society of Cable Telecommunications Engineers (SCTE)

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