Don’t miss the SCTE’s Spring lecture at the Royal College of Surgeons in London on 25 March 2015. With the theme of ‘Building a New HFC Network for the Next Generation’, it will focus on issues in and around DOCSIS 3.1 with invited speakers from Virgin Media, Accenture, PPC, Anvato and Technetix.
Don’t miss the SCTE’s Benelux lecture on 1 April 2015 in Antwerp, Belgium. It is themed around network upgrades up to 1.2GHz and will take place at Integan in Hoboken (near Antwerp) in Belgium. Speakers from SEE Telecom, Integan, Skyline Communications and Telenet will present on this theme and the day also includes a guided tour around Integan’s premises.
Training specialist Broadband Training Ltd, the SCTE-approved training course provider, has launched a new Training Needs Analysis, a comprehensive assessment for technicians involved in the broadband industry. It features an easy-to-use web-based training assessment structure, is based on current SCTE (Society for Broadband Professionals) training courses and identifies areas where the technician requires further training.
The SCTE™, the Society for Broadband Professionals, and ECEBE (East and Central European Broadband Expo) today announced that they will be uniting two events this year into a single broadband conference and exhibition in Hungary on 22-23 September 2015. The SCTE’s Balkan Broadband conference and exhibition, held last year in Belgrade, Serbia, will become part of the two-day ECEBE event and take place at a new central location in Budapest, Hungary. The event will be known as “ECEBE in association with SCTE, The Society for Broadband Professionals.”