SCTE Expands Cable-Tec Workshop Slate

November conference features 125% increase in presentations

August 3, 2011

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EXTON, Pa. -- The Society of Cable Telecommunications Engineers (SCTE) today announced that it has more than doubled the educational component of SCTE Cable-Tec Expo® this fall in conjunction with SCTE’s commitment to drive a future of new and better service delivery for the cable telecommunications industry.

More than 70 individual presentations – an increase of approximately 125 percent over 2010 – will be available during the event at the Georgia World Congress Center. Throughout the conference, industry experts will discuss such imminent issues as leveraging IPTV and untethered devices; powering improved services for business customers; and evolving networks to provide more capacity, greater reliability and more efficient operations.

Together with a Capacity Management Symposium and selectworkshops on Monday, Nov. 14, the Nov. 15-17 educational portion of SCTE Cable-Tec Expo will encompass more than 25 topic areas in Business Services, Engineering, Technical Operations, Plant Operations and Facilities. In addition, Cable-Tec Expo will offer sessions in conjunction with the Federal Emergency Management Association (FEMA), Women in Cable Technology (WICT) and the Society of Women Engineers (SWE). Information and registration for all events is available at http://expo.scte.org.

“Engineering, operations and technology educational sessions are among the most critical components of SCTE Cable-Tec Expo,” said Terry Cordova, chairman of the program committee for Cable-Tec Expo 2011 and senior vice president and CTO of Suddenlink Communications. “The time, resources and expertise that the program committee and our Expo speakers have already brought to this year’s event ensure an agenda that will cover the most critical issues that are on the horizon for the industry.”

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