Awards and Bursaries
SCTE regularly runs a series of industry achievement awards for the broadband industry. These celebrate individual and company success in the broadband arena. Most of the awards are given out at every SCTE annual dinner.
- Individual Awards
- Technological Innovation Awards
- SCTE ANGA Bursary
- SCTE IBC Bursary
- SCTE FTTH Conference and Exhibition Bursary
- DVB World Bursary
- Cable Center Entrepreneurship Bursary
- Cable-Tec Expo Bursary
If you wish to send in an award nomination, please complete our online form.
The SCTE also regularly awards bursaries to those who might benefit from attending specific trade shows or conferences in the broadband industry. It currently offers three/four IBC Bursaries annually (covering travel, hotel cost for four nights and a full conference registration for the IBC Amsterdam convention), twenty bursaries for ANGA COM in Cologne and two bursaries for the FTTH conference and exhibition in Amsterdam and two for DVB in Dublin.
The awards are worth around £2000. Please complete our standard contact form if you would like to nominate a bursary recipient.
Nominations are now being sought for the 2020 SCTE Individual Achievement Awards which will be presented at the SCTE Gala Awards Dinner at the Tower of London on 20 June 2020. The competition honours exceptional achievement in the broadband industry. Categories include SCTE Engineer of the Year, the 2020 Richard Harris Member of the Year, the David Hall award for Best Presentation and the 2020 Tom Hall Award for Outstanding Services to Broadband Engineering. The SCTE also gives out two Fellowships at the awards ceremony.
Nominations are now being sought for the 2020 SCTE Technological Innovation Awards which will be presented at the SCTE Gala Awards Dinner at The Tower of London on 20 June 2020. The competition honours innovative products, systems and concepts in the broadband industry. The awards are for technological innovation in the broadband arena and may be for a product, system or concept. (Please note: The item nominated must have been introduced into the marketplace between 1 January 2019 and 31 December 2019).
Awards will be given for four separate categories: Best broadband network transmission solution, Best fibre innovation, Best in-home solution and Best digital processing solution. In addition, the best overall submission will receive the SCTE 2020 Technological Innovation of the Year Award.