March 20 - 22, 2018
Denver Marriott Tech Center,
Tackling the opportunities and challenges facing the cable industry
Connect with 300+ attendees from across the cable industry and broker a conversation about the industry's next steps.
Leading cable and OTT executives discuss the industry's latest technological thrusts, the strategies behind them and the hurdles in front of them.
ABOUT CABLE NEXT-GEN
This is both an exciting and anxious time for the cable industry. It's an anxious time because consumers are ditching their pay-TV services for rival OTT fare in record numbers while demanding faster broadband speeds and better service from their wireline providers. As a result, cable operators and programmers are under mounting pressure to overhaul both their legacy service delivery networks and their traditional business models as quickly as possible without disrupting their existing offerings.
It's also an exciting time because unprecedented technological advances are rapidly enabling cable operators and programmers to carry out the changes they need to make. With new technologies like Full Duplex DOCSIS, Distributed Access Architecture, coherent optics, SDN, NFV, LoRa, cloud-based video, 5G and others all either available now or coming down the pike soon, cable engineers see plenty of promise for the future.
Back by popular demand for its 11th consecutive year, Cable Next-Gen Technologies & Strategies is a two-day live event that will tackle both the opportunities and challenges facing the cable industry and broker a conversation about what the industry's next steps should be.
Leading cable and OTT executives will discuss the industry's latest technological thrusts, the strategies behind them and the hurdles in front of them. In the process, conference speakers will stimulate a dialogue about how to keep cable in line with market trends and ahead of the competition.
ROADMAPS & BUSINESS CASES
Cable Next-Gen Technologies & Strategies lays out the technology roadmaps and business cases for the cable industry over the next few years. The event takes a comprehensive, big-picture look at cable's efforts to develop, deploy and monetize new technologies, products, services, features and apps.
2017 KEY EVENT STATS
TOPICS TO BE COVERED INCLUDE
What are the prospects for Full Duplex DOCSIS and how long can the cable industry keep riding the DOCSIS train?
What impact will DOCSIS 3.1, Full Duplex, Distributed Access Architecture, Fiber Deep, 5G and other new technologies have on the cable last-mile?
How can cable operators fix their broken pay-TV business model by developing and delivering new video services?
Now that virtualization standards are underway, what are the next steps for cable technologists with SDN and NFV?
How easily can coherent optics be adapted for cable and how much of a difference will it really make?
What are cable's various fiber upgrade strategies and what is the fiber-feeding frenzy fueling?
What role will cable operators play in the emerging IoT market and which applications will take off first?
Where does the industry stand in terms of virtualizing business services and functions?
What are cable's prospects for WiFi-First services, 5G backhaul and small cells?
Where will the industry's future revenue and earnings growth come from?
Featured 2018 Speakers
Thought the conference was really good. I liked the two days as they were jam-packed with great information. I also really liked having the hotel and conference space in one location.
Broadband Product Manager
Excellent cable technology update. Very timely and directional information for service providers to be equipped to better support the MSO/MVPD community.
Level 3 Communications
The quality of the speakers and panelists was excellent. The interaction was exceptional.
Business Development; Cloud And Service Providers
Great event. Venue was great and speakers were top notch!
Director, Delivery Assurance