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March 12-14, 2019
Embassy Suites Downtown Denver Convention Center,
Denver, Colorado

Tackling the opportunities and challenges facing the cable industry

Join the industry's leading independent event where cable and video executives gather to explore the industry’s next tech moves.

THE EVENT IN NUMBERS

500+
Cable and Video Professionals
50%
of registrants were cable operators, MSOs, and service providers
50+
different cable operators, service providers and industry organizations in attendance

About the Event


Back by popular demand for the 12th consecutive year, Cable Next-Gen Technologies & Strategies is a two-day event that takes a deep dive into the opportunities and challenges facing the cable industry and creates a roadmap for the industry's future course.  

Leading cable and video executives gather to discuss and debate the latest technologies and platforms shaping the industry and examine ways to overhaul legacy networks and traditional business models while maintaining the seamless delivery of existing services.

Cable Next-Gen Technologies & Strategies will delve into the strategies behind deploying and monetizing new equipment, software, services and apps, and explore the technologies and architectures key to the continued success of the cable industry, including DOCSIS 3.1, Full Duplex DOCSIS, Coherent Optics, Distributed Access Architecture, Fiber Deep, FTTH, network virtualization, automation, artificial intelligence, OTT video, cloud-based services, IoT, WiFi, cellular backhaul, small cells, Citizens Broadband Radio Service and 5G

Why you can't miss the event in 2019

Key Event Topics

The event will delve into the strategies behind deploying and monetizing new equipment, software, services and apps, and explore the technologies and architectures key to the continued success of the cable industry, including DOCSIS 3.1, Full Duplex DOCSIS, Coherent Optics, Distributed Access Architecture, Fiber Deep, FTTH, network virtualization, automation, artificial intelligence, OTT video, cloudbased services, IoT, WiFi, cellular backhaul, small cells, Citizens Broadband Radio Service and 5G.

Who Should Attend?

The target audiences for this event are cable and video technologists, engineers, marketers, new business developers, strategy makers and financial experts. The secondary audiences are telco, wireless, OTT and broadcasting executives.

Event Host: Alan Breznick

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 Europe and Future of Cable Business Services events, as well as our breakfast workshops at SCTE Cable-Tec Expo, the NAB Show and other industry conferences.