December 3, 2019
The Westin Times Square,
ENABLING CABLE OPERATORS TO SPUR FRESH COMMERCIAL GROWTH THROUGH STRATEGIC BUSINESS INITIATIVES
A must-attend event for strategic business services development
About the Event
Now entering its 13th year, Cable Next-Gen Business Strategies (formerly "The Future of Cable Business Services") is the premier independent conference focusing on the cable industry's continuing efforts in the commercial services space. This popular one-day event delves into the latest technological, operational and strategic moves by cable operators to carve out more of the booming $150 billion US commercial market. More specifically, the event explores cable's growing efforts to expand into the enterprise market and new vertical sectors; examines the tech, operational, financial and competitive hurdles that could hamper further growth; and addresses how those hurdles can be overcome.
In a series of keynote presentations, discussion panels, fireside chats and tech workshops, CNGBS will tackle such hot topics as cable's pursuit of the enterprise market, the employee and customer mobility challenge, virtualizing commercial services and functions, leveraging DOCSIS 3.1 and fiber technologies, emerging services like SD-WAN, network security obstacles, new sales outlets, and wireless offerings for businesses.
THIS YEAR'S THOUGHT LEADERS
Enterprise market solutions and challenges
DOCSIS 3.1 & Full Duplex DOCSIS
Fiber Deep and Fiber networks
Virtualization and Distributed Access Architecture
SD-WAN and other new Ethernet services
5G & Wireless
Alan Breznick, Cable/Video Practice Leader, Light Reading
Alan Breznick directs Light Reading’s coverage of the cable, video and broadband technology markets. Also a Senior Analyst for Heavy Reading, he has covered the cable and video space since 1993. He also hosts our Cable Next-Gen Technologies & Strategies and Cable Next-Gen Europe events, as well as our breakfast workshops at SCTE Cable-Tec Expo, the NAB Show and other industry conferences.
Key Companies That Attend
THE EVENT IN NUMBERS
Stats from the 2018 event
How to get involved
Light Reading provides complimentary admission to certain delegates. If you do not qualify for complimentary admission, prices are as follows:
Super Early Bird Rate Ends September 13th: $699
Early Bird Rate Ends November 1st: $849
Standard Rate After November 1st: $999
Who Qualifies for a Free Pass?
- Cable Operator/MSO
- Tier 1 Service Provider/ Carrier
- Mobile Service Provider
- Web Services/ OTT
- Application Developer
- Cloud Service/ Hosting Provider
- Public Sector
- Financial Institution
- End-User of NW Services/ Equipment
- Data Center Operator
- Industry Organization
- Media/ Press
Who Needs to Pay?
- Consultancy/ Integrator/ VAR
- Hardware/Software Vendor
- Component Supplier
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