Don’t miss SCTE’s Autumn Lecture Meeting and AGM on 21 October 2015 at the Royal College of Surgeons in London. The event will feature presentations covering topics such as virtualisation of the cable network through distributed CCAP, LTE leak mitigation strategies and FTTH networks. A cocktail party will also be held in the library at the Royal College of Surgeons after the lecture programme for all attendees.
SCTE India has a remit to promote excellence in broadband and create a skilled pool of technicians to drive India’s broadband movement. To encourage this transition, it has announced the launch of the SCTE India awards for technical excellence and innovation. The official awards announcement was made at IBC 2015 in Amsterdam, Netherlands by SCTE India’s National Secretary, Rahul Nehra, and Dr. Roger Blakeway, President, SCTE (Society for Broadband Professionals - a global non-profit organization based in London, UK).
The Telangana Cable Association, SCTE India and ESSCI, supported by industry leaders such as ARRIS (formerly Motorola), hosted an intellectual seminar at the Youth Hostel, Secunderabad (India) on 29 July 2015. The seminar was organized to promote skills development in the state and to potentially certify more than ten thousand technical personnel in the cable and broadband industry in India.
The SCTE™, the Society for Broadband Professionals, and East and Central European Broadband Expo (ECEBE) are uniting two events this year into a single broadband conference and exhibition in Budapest (MOM Sports Centre), Hungary on 22-23 September. The conference programme for the event, known as “ECEBE in association with SCTE, The Society for Broadband Professionals”, includes a Keynote speech by Dr. Gábor Bódi, President, National Council for Telecommunications and Informatics, Hungary.