The Future of Cable Business Services

2012-12-03 10:24:45

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Cable Next-Gen IP Strategies: Entering the Zettabyte Era
Cable Next-Gen IP Strategies: Entering the Zettabyte Era is a one-day conference that will take a comprehensive look at the cable industry's efforts to extend and expand beyond Docsis 3.0 wideband technology. The live event will explore cable's continued deployment of D3's downstream and upstream speeds and capabilities, as well as the industry's development of such next-gen access architectures and technologies as Docsis 3.1, the Converged Cable Access Platform (CCAP), EPON Protocol over Coax (EPoC) and Docsis Provisioning of EPON (DPoE). The conference will also examine cable's latest wireless broadband initiatives, including its ambitious Wi-Fi forays and the partnership between Verizon Wireless and four leading MSOs.With cable operators seeking to stay ahead of the Google Fiber hype and their prime telco, satellite TV, and other broadband rivals, MSOs are already rolling out such wideband products and services as 100Mbit/s-plus data tiers, faster upstream speeds, IP and multi-screen video services, Wi-Fi, home security and home automation. Cable providers and equipment suppliers are also deploying all-fiber links or extending fiber deeper in their networks, with much more activity expected throughout 2013.Light Reading and its market research division, Heavy Reading, will once again co-host this live event at The Cable Center in downtown Denver. Drawing on the latest research conducted by Heavy Reading about the state of the broadband market and cable's latest high-speed technologies, the conference sessions will focus on cable companies' plant and network upgrade efforts, technology adoption plans, product testing and commercial deployment strategies, lab and field trials, technical and operational challenges, and service pricing and marketing strategies for the latest versions of Docsis, mobile broadband, IP video, CCAP, IPv6, EPON, EPoC and fiber-related rollouts.The event will also cover the equipment development, technology standards efforts, and product approval and rollout strategies of the industry's leading tech suppliers, CableLabs, and the Society of Cable Telecommunications Engineers (SCTE). In particular, the conference will look at cable's accelerating push to develop and adapt such wide-ranging broadband technologies as Docsis 3.0 and 3.1, upstream channel-bonding, IP and multi-screen video, IPv6, Wi-Fi, EPON, EPoC and DPoE. Light Reading editors and Heavy Reading analysts will work with standards groups, tech manufacturers, cable providers, analysts, consultants and other industry experts to put together the industry's most extensive event yet on next-gen broadband.
The Future of Cable Business Services
Back by popular demand for its sixth straight year, The Future of Cable Business Services 2012 is a one-day conference that will examine the progress that cable operators are making in the roughly $140-billion U.S. business telecom services market and the challenges they face in continuing that progress. This live event will address the growth trends in the market as the cable industry approaches the $7 billion mark for annual revenue in commercial services and at least one of the nation's three largest MSOs, Comcast, closes in on $2 billion in annual revenue for this growth category. The conference will also address cable's latest initiatives on the commercial front, including metro Ethernet, hosted voice, SIP trunking, managed services, cloud-based services, Wi-Fi hotspots, mobile backhaul, small cell technologies, Docsis Provisioning of EPON (DPoE) and Ethernet PON over Coax (EPoC). Further, the event will look at cable's growing efforts to expand beyond the small-business market to larger firms and the enterprise sector, as well as the different delivery technologies (coax, fiber, Wi-Fi, and small cells) that MSOs are deploying to serve the lucrative commercial sector.The Future of Cable Business Services 2012 sessions will focus on the strategies that cable operators are now pursuing to bring new commercial customers into the fold. In particular, panel sessions will analyze the market opportunities that offer the most promise for MSOs, equipment suppliers, and business users, including all of the services listed above and other emerging areas. The sessions will also focus on the pros and cons of the main infrastructure options available for delivering business services, including cable's traditional hybrid fiber/coax (HFC) plant, all-fiber extensions, Wi-Fi and other broadband technologies.
Mobile Network Security Strategies:New Threats, New Opportunities
The mobile network is becoming increasingly vulnerable to many of the security attacks that plague wireline ISPs, as well as some new ones that are unique to the mobile environment. Detecting and mitigating those threats is a major new challenge of the mobile broadband era. Whether it be via the cloud or the terminal, or in the mobile network infrastructure itself, mobile operators are ultimately responsible for working with industry partners to protect the network and the end user from debilitating security attacks. This unique Light Reading conference, the first of its kind, will focus on the mobile network security challenge from the perspective of mobile carriers delivering 2G, 3G and 4G mobile services in North America. It will consider and debate the organizational, regulatory, business and technology challenges that mobile operators increasingly need to meet in the area of network security, as well as the extent to which investment in security can realistically be considered as a revenue opportunity rather than just a cost.
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