Cable-Tec Expo '13 to showcase next-gen industry solutions

October 14, 2013 - 4:24pm
The Cable-Tec Expo '13 is expected to welcome 10,000 attendees, including many broadcast industry leaders.

The upcoming Cable-Tec Expo '13, which will be held October 21 to 24, promises to offer exhibits and demonstrations that address some of the most exciting opportunities and biggest upcoming challenges in the broadcasting industry. This year represents the 30th anniversary for the expo, presented at the Georgia World Congress Center in Atlanta, and nearly 400 of the leading industry technology companies will be on hand to discuss challenges and present solutions to the 10,000 attendees.

The event, produced by the Society of Cable Telecommunications Engineers, is adding even more interactive offerings to its plate this year. The main exhibit hall will be filled with cable telecommunications providers, while a variety of expert presentations and more than 20 technical workshops will offer a closer look at some of the biggest issues affecting the industry, including broadband network optimization, IPv6, QoS monitoring and FTTX. Networking events throughout the four days will facilitate knowledge exchange and allow leaders to share their insights.

Many of the attendees are the top decision makers at their companies, and represent a significant portion of the leading broadcast, communications and network infrastructure companies. Eighty percent of operating attendees are key influencers in their organizations, and nearly 35 percent are at the executive and vice president level at their firms.

Sencore will be located at Booth 1322 in the expo hall for the duration of the event. The company will debut the HEVC analysis capabilities recently developed for its Compressed Media Analyzer CMA 1820, which analyzes compressed media video transport streams. Exhibit attendees can look forward to a live demonstration at Sencore's booth. 

The CMA 1820 is useful for engineers, system integrators and network operators, allowing them to identify and resolve media interoperability problems, verify standards compliance and enhance systems for upcoming CODECs. Along with the new HEVC/H.265 standard, it supports H.264, MPEG2 and VC-1 video. 

Sencore also looks forward to discussing next-generation solutions for signal transmission, video analysis and content monitoring, especially as it pertains to current broadcasting challenges such as IP video transport and over-the-top (OTT) applications. Contact us today to learn more or to schedule a demonstration at the event.

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