SCTE Announces Technetix Webinar

The SCTE (Society for Broadband Professionals) has partnered with Technetix to produce the second in its series of webinars on Tuesday 23 February at 2pm GMT/3pm CET.

Chief Technology Officer Jan Ariesen will host an hour-long session where he will explain how Distributed Gain Architecture (DGA) enables networks to upgrade to 1.8 GHz Extended Spectrum DOCSIS 4.0 without increasing Total Cost of Ownership (TCO).

Entitled “Higher Capacity, Lower Power – achieve both with DGA”, Jan will explain how adopting DGA can achieve 40% greater data capacity in your network at 37% less cost. This session will be live from the Technetix Academy and will include a live demo followed by a moderated Q&A session. This event is aimed at professionals in the broadband industry. It will be streamed via the Zoom platform and the SCTE are encouraging attendees to get involved by asking questions both in advance and on the day.

Jan Ariesen commented, “We are very excited to be working with the SCTE in this way; this webinar is the perfect opportunity to explain how a Distributed Gain Architecture can be adopted in your network today and to respond to questions drawing on data from successful field trials in the US and Europe.”

Melissa Cogavin, Managing Editor at the SCTE said, “We are in the business of connectivity and Technetix are valued members of the SCTE. Their DGA technology is an important development in this sector and we feel there is no better medium of communication at present than a webinar to bring that message home and ensure our members and the wider community feel connected.”

Costas Kyriacou, Chair of the SCTE Lecture Committee responsible for organizing the webinar said, “Our expertise at the SCTE lends itself well to the dissemination of knowledge and the wider education of our community. The Committee and I are therefore delighted to be working with Technetix and examining DGA in considerable depth over the course of this webinar as part of that remit.”

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About SCTE (Society for Broadband Professionals)

Founded in 1945, the SCTE is a Learned Society and non-profitmaking organisation whose aim is to raise the standard of broadband engineering in the telecommunications industry. The Society particularly concerns itself with the training and career advancement of technical professionals in the field. As a Learned Society, the SCTE provides accreditation and certification for its members, giving them professional standing within the industry. For further information, please contact Melissa Cogavin t: +44 (0)7501 780342 |HQ:  +44 (0)1923 815500  e: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. | | @scte_Int


About Technetix

Dedicated to helping cable operators better compete - and win - Technetix is a trusted, professional and customer-focused global provider of network services. Founded in 1990, the company is passionate about engineering and prides itself on helping customers serve millions of subscribers every day. Technetix listens, innovates and delivers technologically advanced products and solutions that enable flexible, powerful networks; increase revenue and market share, and provide a better service experience. With cutting-edge solutions like DBx, Virtual Segmentation and Remote PHY, Technetix is a partner that cable operators can count on to achieve their most ambitious goals. The company sells into leading cable operators in 70 countries.

Media enquiries

Jan Ariesen (Chief Technology Officer, Technetix Group Ltd)

Tel: +31 318 585 934

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Maria Tyrrell (Group Marketing Director, Technetix Group Ltd)

Tel: +44 7949 130841

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