CableNET 2009 Announces Participants & Demos

The telecommunications technology future, presented in the present. CableNET, run in partnership with CableLabs® is a showcase found on The Cable Show ’09 Floor for content and services that cable customers may see and experience in the near future.

CableNET 2009 participants and their demonstrations:

  • Amdocs will demonstrate how a cable customer can self activate services on a tru2way set-top box
  • Aspera will show file transfer technology for cable applications.
  • Aurora Networks will show how an RFoG deployment can be seamlessly extended to an all-IP access network using PON technology. Additionally, it will exhibit key components of its fiber deep solution, showing how bandwidth can be cost-effectively increased while reducing operating expenses.
  • BIAP will exhibit an enhanced binary interchange format (EBIF) system for cable operators.
  • CableLabs will present a group of cable programming networks, including Starz and HSN, which have developed interactive entertainment and shopping applications, running on the ETV/EBIF or tru2way platforms. For example, a Starz EBIF application features a mini-guide that links the Starz linear channel to Starz On Demand content to bring current subscribers more value through an enhanced viewer experience.
  • F-Secure will display security applications.
  • Infinera plans to show digital optical transport systems based on photonic integrated circuits, which enable Digital ROADMs to deliver a full range of services including 40 Gb/s and 100 Gb/s services.
  • IPgallery will demonstrate its converged DTV-IPTV solution delivering Enhanced TV (ETV) services infused with Telco 2.0 and Web 2.0 based on its unique network-centric IMS architecture.
  • Irdeto will exhibit its end-to-end solutions for home networking, and its digital to analog (DTA) converter that includes a state of the art, low cost, high security downloadable CA system.
  • Mixed Signals will demonstrate a solution that provides cable operators with the ability to determine severity of any video problems in the network and how much these errors affect viewers.
  • Motorola will exhibit its NBBS device management software platform. It will also exhibit the benefits of synchronous code division multiple access (SCDMA) as it relates to enhanced upstream data throughput.
  • NDS plans to show a range of set top box and home networking technologies that are made possible by tru2way technology.
  • Netezza will demonstrate a high-performance enterprise-class data warehouse appliance that maximizes the impact of BI.
  • OpenTV plans to showcase EclipsePlus™, their leading campaign management solution as well as a real time Ad Decision Service for a variety of applications, including linear, video-on-demand and addressable advertising.
  • RGB Networks will display a complete cable architecture in three rack units, enabling operators to deliver a full range of revenue generating video services.
  • Samsung plans to display tru2way-based set tops, home networking and portability applications.
  • Sandvine Incorporated will demonstrate how its carrier grade solution can enable a variety of subscriber services by leveraging devices that support standards-based interfaces.
  • Shenick will demonstrate its DOCSIS 3.0 test systems used to determine real performance on a per flow basis for multi-service video, voice and data test systems.
  • Sigma Designs will showcase a DOCSIS 3.0-based set top box client server reference design that supports voice, data, video, and access control as well as simultaneous record capability for multiple video channels.
  • SupportSoft will demonstrate a program that allows cable providers to deliver value-added service such as personalized content, support resolution and software fulfillment with ease.
  • Synacor will showcase its unique ability to enable ISPs to further engage their customers through its online portal, suite of value added services and converged product offerings.
  • thePlatform will demonstrate social media recommendations merged with cable and broadband delivered video.
  • This Technology plans to show its products that help operators manage their supply of advertising opportunities.
  • UniSoft and S&T will demonstrate five tru2way and enhanced TV (ETV) and EBIF application creation, testing and delivery options.
  • Zodiac Interactive will showcase its PowerUp software services framework which promises to enable rapid deployment of tru2way applications and advanced TV and advertising
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1 comment
  1. Ray said:

    i can see some big names in the list.

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